Jewish-Canadian Families: Bronfman Family, Carlebach Family, Hart Family, Azriel Carlebach, Ezekiel Hart, Shlomo Carlebach, Edgar Bronfman, Jr.

Jewish-Canadian Families: Bronfman Family, Carlebach Family, Hart Family, Azriel Carlebach, Ezekiel Hart, Shlomo Carlebach, Edgar Bronfman, Jr.

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Editorial Reviews - Jewish-Canadian Families From the Publisher Chapters: Bronfman Family, Carlebach Family, Hart Family, Azriel Carlebach, Ezekiel Hart, Shlomo Carlebach, Edgar Bronfman, Jr., Aaron Hart, Moses Hart, Joseph Carlebach, Benjamin Hart, Felix Carlebach, Charles Bronfman, Samuel Bronfman, Edgar Bronfman, Sr., Emil Carlebach, Adolphus Hart, Jan Aronson, Aaron Ezekiel Hart, Theodore Hart, Phyllis Lambert, Elisheva Carlebach Jofen, Naftoli Carlebach, Reichmann Family, Samuel Hart, Peter Bronfman, Edward Bronfman, Andrea Bronfman, Ephraim Carlebach, Neshama Carlebach, Ephraim Hart, Gedaliah Finkel, Saidye Rosner Bronfman, Karlibach. Excerpt: Dr. Ezriel Carlebach (also Azriel, born Esriel Gotthelf Carlebach, Hebrew: , Yiddish: . Leipzig 7 November 1909 12 February 1956 Tel Aviv, Israel) 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 founder and first editor of the newspaper Ma'ariv. Ezriel Carlebach was born in the city of Leipzig, Germany, in 1909; descendant of a family of rabbis. His parents were Gertrud Jakoby and Ephraim Carlebach (1879-1936), a rabbi and founder of Höhere Israelitische Schule in Leipzig. Ezriel had two sisters, Hanna and Cilly, and two brothers, David and Joseph. He studied at two yeshivot in Lithuania. First at the Slobodka yeshiva in Kaunas' suburb Slobodka (now Kaunas-Vilijampol), then with Rabbi Joseph Leib Bloch at the Rabbinical College of Telshe (Hebrew: ) in Teliai. He recalled this time in two articles in the journal Menorah. In 1927 he immigrated to Palestine, there learning in Abraham Isaac Kook's Mercaz haRav yeshiva, though afterwards becoming secular. In Jerusalem, one family regularly invited him as usual for Talmud students - on Shabbat for a free meal. His host had... More: http://booksllc.net/?id=8484435 Synopsis Chapters: Bronfman Family, Carlebach Family, Hart Family, Azr
Book Details
ISBN-13: 9781157861768
Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series
Binding: Paperback
Language: English
Returnable: N
Spine Width: 2 mm
Width: 186 mm
ISBN-10: 1157861768
Publisher Date: 14 Aug 2011
Height: 242 mm
No of Pages: 30
Series Title: English
Weight: 73 gr
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