Mannheimer, Isaac Noah

(1793-1865)
   Austrian preacher and liturgist. He was born in Copenhagen, where he taught religion and held services for adherents of Reform Judaism. In 1824 he became a preacher at the new Seitenstetten Synagogue in Vienna. He later adopted a more Conservative approach to Reform Judaism, and translated the prayerbook and the festival prayers into German. In 1848 he was elected to the Reichstag where he advocated Jewish rights.

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