Löw, Leopold

(1811-75)
   Hungarian scholar. He served as a rabbi in several Hungarian commu-nities. From 1850 he officiated at Szeged. He was an extreme reformer and engaged in controversy with the Orthodox. He wrote studies of the history of Hungarian Jewry. In addition he was the publisher of a journal of Jewish studies (Ben Hananiah) from 1858 to 1867.

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  • Löw — Löw, auch Loew oder Lőw, ist ein Familienname, der vor allem im deutschsprachigen Raum vorkommt. Bekannte Namensträger: Dieter Loew (* 1936), Schweizer Mediziner Emanuel Löw (1834–1908), schweizerischer Politiker Emil Löw (1892–19**), deutscher… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Leopold Mannes — Leopold Damrosch Mannes (December 26, 1899 – August 11, 1964) was an American musician, born in New York City, who, together with Leopold Godowsky, Jr., created the first practical color transparency film, Kodachrome. Mannes and Godowsky s… …   Wikipedia

  • LOW — (Loewe), British family of Hungarian origin which became prominent in journalism and literature. MAXIMILIAN LOEWE (1830–1900) was born in Hungary and joined the Nationalist party led by Louis Kossuth. After the failure of the 1848 revolution in… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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