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J
e w i s h
B
o o k
A
n n u a l
February: 1, Judah Loeb Benjamin Kazenelson; 5, Salomon
Munk;
8
, Saul Ascher; 23, Stefan Zweig.
March: Moses Samuel Zuckermandel; 2, Ignaz Maybaum; 16,
Moises Rosenberg; 17, Victor Emanuel Reichert; 21, Jacob
Zallel Lauterbach.
April: 5,
Jewish Exponent;
11, Abraham Broda; 14, Ludwig Lazar
Zamenhof; 19, Meir Simon Geshuri.
May: 1, Abraham Solomon Freidus; 26, Marcus Melchior; 31,
Anshel Schorr, Solomon Zeitlin.
June: 5, Abraham Goldberg; 7, Jacob Saul Elyashar, Angelo
Paggi, David Tidhar; 20, Leo Jung.
July: 10, Joseph Wohlgemuth; 22, Lazare Eliezer Wogue.
August:
8
, Solomon B. Freehof; 10, David Solomon Sassoon; 11,
Jonah Abravanel; 14, Leon Gellman; 26, Judah Leon Landau.
September:
8
, Abraham Isaac Shinedling; 15, Alexander Sperber;
16, Judah Loeb Gordon; 20, Joseph Leftwich; 28, Hermann
Vogelstein.
October: 4, Moses Bensabat Amzalak; 5, Eduard Kley; 9, Abra­
ham Mapu; 15, Saul Isaak Kaempf; 16, Solomon Judah
Loeb Rapoport; 23, Ephraim Auerbach; 30, Gerson Wolf.
November: 2, Yudel Mark;
6
, Leo Motzkin; 7, Michael Gutt-
mann; 10, Arnold Zweig; 22, Benzion Mossinson; 28, Georg
Caro.
December: 5, Avigdor Aptowitzer, Gershom Gerhard Scholem;
8
, Mendele Mocher Seforim; 13, Hartog Beem; 21, Rudolf
Glanz.
Alphabetical List
J
on ah
A
bravanel
.
300th anniversary of death. Lived in
Amsterdam in the 17th century, died there August 11, 1667.
A nephew of Manasseh ben Israel, he wrote several elegies in
Spanish, and also translated the Book of Psalms into that lan­
guage.
M
oses
B
ensabat
A
m z a l a k
.
75th birthday. Born in Lisbon,
October 4, 1892, he is the outstanding Jewish lay leader in
Portugal. An eminent economist, he also has written about
Portuguese Jewish history and has translated selections of the
Hebrew prayer book into Portuguese.
A
vigdor
A
ptow itzer
.
25th anniversary of death. Born in
Tarnopol, Poland, in 1871, died in Jerusalem, December 5,
1942. For many years he taught Midrash and Jewish philosophy
at the rabbinical seminary in Vienna. In addition to various