Soloveichik, Isaac Ze'ev
- (1886-1959)Lithuanian rabbi and halakhist, son of Hayyim Soloveichik. He was born in Volozhin, and became rabbi at Brest-Litovsk in 1918 after the death of his father. During World War II he feld to Vilna, and he later settled in Jerusalem, where he founded a kolel (academy for advanced study of the Talmud).
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