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JEWISH BOOK ANNUAL
to have Jewish studies recognized as an independent academic
subject. Zionism and the establishment of Israel went hand in
hand with the revival of the Hebrew language and a new secular
Hebrew literature. Nahum Sokolow, Shelomo Zemach, and Ga­
briel Preil represent different stages in this development.
Indispensable to the friend of the book is the collector and the
bibliographer. Here David Oppenheim, Bernhard Friedberg,
Pinchas Jakob Kohn, and Shoshanah Halevy have rendered
great service. Our legacy is precious indeed.
CHRONOLOGICAL LIST
January: 2, Moyshe Leyb Halpern; 4, Moses Mendelssohn; 13, Jacob
Zerubavel; 14, Isaac Lewin; 27, Bernhard Friedberg.
February: 2, Zerah Warhaftig; 5, Koppel S. Pinson; 12, Peter Wiernick;
24, Reuben Weissman.
March: 3, Jehiel Brill; 5, Jacob R. Marcus, Joseph Rozin; 18, Leopold
Zunz, 20, Samuel Eisenstadt; 26, Ludwig Blau.
April: 10, Isaac Rosengarten.
May: Ruth YanaitBen-Zvi; 6, Ludwig Boerne; 11, Isidor Kalisch; 17, Na­
hum Sokolow; 21, David Gordon; 22, Richard Gottheil; 30,
Shoshanah Halevy; 31, Judah Even-Shemuel.
June: 2, Shelomo Zemach; 3, Bernhard Brilling; 11, James K. Gutheim;
12, Moshe Davis; 28, Benjamin Mazar.
July: 1, Isaac Katzenelson; 2, Immanuel Olsvanger; 7, Hillel Bavli; 14,
Henry Hurwitz; 18, Hermann Adler; 31, Solomon Ganzfried.
August: 2, Aharon Reuveni; 8, Pinchas Jakob Kohn; 21, Gabriel Preil.
September: 12, David Oppenheim; 17, Sheldon H. Blank, Abraham
Firkovich; 18, Yehuda Burla; 27, S. Yizhar.
October: 9, Levi Aryeh Arieli; 16, David Ben-Gurion; 18, Barnett A.
Elzas, Jacob Tsur; 20, Louis Hurwich.
November: 8, Jacob B. Agus; 10, Jacob Hamburger; 11, Osias Thon; 12,
Jehiel Brill; 13, Naphtali Herz Tur-Sinai; 17, Samuel Klein; 19,
Henry Hurwitz; 23, Leopold Kompert.
December: 7, Mordecai ben Hillel Hacohen; 13, Isaac Rosengarten; 15,
Joseph Seh-Lavan; 24, Joseph Opatoshu; 26, Fanny Goldstein.
ALPHABETICAL LIST
H e r m a n n A d l e r .
75th anniversary o f death. Born in Hanover,
Germany, in 1839, died in London, England, July 18, 1911. He
came to England when his father, Nathan Marcus Adler, became