Ettlinger, Jacob

(1798-1871)
   German rabbi and champion of neo-Orthodoxy. In 1826 he was appointed district rabbi for the districts of Ladenburg and Ingolstadt and settled in Mannheim, where he founded a yeshivah. He was appointed chief rabbi of Altona in 1836. He wrote numerous studies of Jewish law.

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  • Aron Freimann — (* 5. August 1871 in Filehne, Provinz Posen; † 6. Juni 1948 in New York) war ein jüdisch deutscher Bibliograph, Historiker und Bibliothekar. Inhaltsverzeichnis …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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