Carlebach, Azriel

(1908-56)
   Israeli journalist. He was born in Leipzig. He was secretary of the International Sabbath League. After serving as a foreign correspondent for several newspapers, he founded and edited Maariv, the most important Hebrew newspaper in Israel.

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  • Azriel — Azriel, Esriel oder Ezriel ist der Vorname folgender Personen: Ezriel Carlebach (Azriel Carlebach, eigentlich Esriel Gotthelf Carlebach; 1909–1956), israelischer Journalist deutscher Herkunft Esriel Hildesheimer (auch: Azriel Hildesheimer oder… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Azriel Carlebach — Ezriel Carlebach, 1942 Ezriel Carlebach (auch Azriel, eigentlich Esriel Gotthelf Carlebach, hebr.: עזריאל קרליבך, jidd.: עזריאל קארלעבאך. Leipzig * 7. November 1909; † 12. Februar 1956 in Tel Aviv, Israel) war ein israelischer Journalist… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Carlebach — ( he. קרליבך, yi. קארליבאך) is a Jewish surname. It may refer to:*Azriel Carlebach, an Israeli journalist and founding member of the Maariv newspaper *Ephraim Carlebach (12 March 1879 1936), a rabbi *Elisheva Carlebach, professor *Emil Carlebach… …   Wikipedia

  • Azriel Carlebach — Dr. Azriel Carlebach (born Esriel Carlebach 7 November 1909 in Leipzig 12 February 1956) was a journalist and editorial writer during the period of Jewish settlement in Palestine and during the early days of the state of Israel. He was the… …   Wikipedia

  • Azriel — The name Azrael is the traditional angel of death in many religions.Azriel and Azrael may also refer to: *Azriel (Jewish mystic) (c. 1160 c. 1238), also known as Azriel of Gerona *Azriel Hildesheimer (1820 1899), German rabbi *Azriel Rabinowitz… …   Wikipedia

  • Esriel Carlebach — Ezriel Carlebach, 1942 Ezriel Carlebach (auch Azriel, eigentlich Esriel Gotthelf Carlebach, hebr.: עזריאל קרליבך, jidd.: עזריאל קארלעבאך. Leipzig * 7. November 1909; † 12. Februar 1956 in Tel Aviv, Israel) war ein israelischer Journalist… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ezriel Carlebach — Ezriel Carlebach, 1942 Ezriel Carlebach (auch Azriel, eigentlich Esriel Gotthelf Carlebach, hebr.: עזריאל קרליבך, jidd.: עזריאל קארלעבאך. Leipzig * 7. November 1909; † 12. Februar 1956 in Tel Aviv, Israel) war ein israelischer Journalist… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Ephraim Carlebach — (March 12, 1879 in Lübeck 1936 in Ramat Gan [http://www.dzb.de/verkauf/zeitschriften/dzbn/0203/index.html (German)] , Eretz Israel), was a German born Orthodox rabbi.Carlebach belonged to a well known German rabbi family. His father Salomon… …   Wikipedia

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