- Breuer, Solomon
- (1850-1926)German rabbi. He served as rabbi in Frankfurt am Main and founded the Association of Orthodox Rabbis in Germany. He was president of the Free Union for the Advancement of Orthodoxy and co-founder of the Agudat Israel movement. In 1890 he founded and directed a yeshivah. With Phinehas Kohn he published the periodical Judische Monatshefte from 1913 to 1920.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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BREUER, SOLOMON — (1850–1926), rabbi and author, leader of German Orthodoxy (Trennungsorthodoxie). After studying at the Pressburg yeshivah under A.S.B. Schreiber and at German universities, Breuer officiated as rabbi in Papa, Hungary. He married the youngest… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
BREUER, ISAAC — (1883–1946), theoretician and leader of German Orthodoxy; son of Solomon Breuer and grandson of samson raphael hirsch . Born in Papa, Hungary, Breuer was brought as a child to Frankfurt, where he studied at his father s yeshiva and became a… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
BREUER, JOSEPH — (1882–1980), Orthodox rabbi; son of Solomon Breuer and grandson of samson raphael hirsch . Breuer was born in Papa, Hungary. In 1906, he became a lecturer at the yeshivah founded by his father in Frankfurt on the Main and became its head after… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
BREUER, RAPHAEL — (1881–1932), district rabbi at Aschaffenburg, Bavaria; son of solomon breuer . His candidacy for the succession to his father s office led to a bitter struggle in the Frankfurt congregation in which the majority, the Israelische… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Solomon Breuer — Shlomo Zalman (Solomon) Breuer (Pilisvörösvár, Hungary 1850 Frankfurt 1926) was a Rabbi, initially in Pápa, Hungary and from the early 1890s in Frankfurt as a successor of his father in law Samson Raphael Hirsch.cite book |author=Dovid Landesman … Wikipedia
Breuer — A number of notable people are known by the surname Breuer* Carolyn Breuer, German musician * Eric Breuer, Swiss archaeologist and historian * Jim Breuer, American comedian * Josef Breuer, physician and physiologist * Joseph Breuer, rabbi * Lanny … Wikipedia
Breuer, Isaac — (1883 1946) He was the leader of Orthodox Jewry of Hungarian origin, the son of Solomon Breuer. He lived in Frankfurt am Main where he was active in Jewish organizations. When Agudat Israel was founded in 1912 he became one of its ideologists … Dictionary of Jewish Biography
Joseph Breuer — (1882 1980) was a rabbi community leader in Germany and the United States. He was a Rabbi of one of the large Jewish synagouges founded by German Jewish refugees fleeing Nazi oppression that had settled in Washington Heights, New York. He had… … Wikipedia
ROSOWSKY, SOLOMON — (1878–1962), composer and musicologist. Born in Riga, the son of the noted cantor Baruch Leib Rosowsky, he studied at St. Petersburg under Rimsky Korsakov, Glazunov and Liadov. He was a cofounder of the society for jewish folk music in St.… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
SONNENFELD, JOSEPH ḤAYYIM BEN ABRAHAM SOLOMON — (1849–1932), first rabbi of the separatist Orthodox community in Jerusalem. Born in Verbó (Slovakia), Sonnenfeld was orphaned at the age of four. As a child he studied both in a talmud torah and in a general school, but in his youth he decided to … Encyclopedia of Judaism