Sachs, Michael Jehiel
- (1808-1970)German rabbi. Born in Glougau, Silesia. He was a preacher in Prague, and later in Berlin where he also served as dayyan of the bet din. He was an opponent of the Reforming influence of Samuel Holdheim and his Berlin congregation.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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