Mavro Frankfurter
Mavro "Moše" Frankfurter (1875–1942) was known Croatian and Vinkovci rabbi who was killed during the Holocaust at the Jasenovac concentration camp.Frankfurter was born in Holešov, Czech Republic (then...
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Moshe Dovid Winternitz
Rabbi Moshe Dovid Winternitz, (1855–1944), was Head of Beth din (Rabbinical Court) in Satmar, Hungary (this position was second to the Rabbi of the city) and one of the greatest scholars of his time. ...
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Miroslav Šalom Freiberger
Miroslav Šalom Freiberger (Hebrew: שלום פרייברגר‎; January 9, 1903 Zagreb, Croatia – c. 01943-05-08-0000May 8, 1943 Auschwitz) was chief rabbi of Zagreb, catechist, translator, writer ...
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Leib Weissberg
Leib Weissberg (January 9, 1893 Probuzina, Poland – 1942 Jasenovac concentration camp) was Slavonski Brod rabbi who was killed during the Holocaust.Weissberg was born in Galicia (Eastern Europe)...
Riccardo Pacifici
Riccardo Reuven Pacifici (18 February 1904 in Florence, Italy — 11 December 1943 in Auschwitz) was a rabbi from an Italian Jewish family of ancient Sephardic origins, with roots in the Jewish Spanish ...
Alexander Zusia Friedman
Alexander Zusia Friedman (Hebrew: אלכסנדר זושא פרידמן‎) (9 August 1897 – November 1943) was a prominent Polish Orthodox Jewish rabbi, communal activist, educator, journalist, and Torah...
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Bereck Kofman
Bereck Kofman (October 10, 1900–1943) was a French Hasidic orthodox rabbi, independent from the consistory, born in Poland, deported and murdered in Auschwitz.Rabbi Bereck Kofman was born in Sobienie-...
Joseph Carlebach
Joseph Hirsch (Tzvi) Carlebach (Karlebach) (January 30, 1883, Lübeck, German Empire – March 26, 1942, Biķerniecki forest, near Riga, Latvia) was an Orthodox rabbi and Jewish-German scholar and natural...
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Simon Ungar
Dr. Simon Ungar (1864–1942) was a doctor of oriental medicine and rabbi of the Osijek Jewish Community who was killed during the Holocaust.Ungar was born in Sighetu Marmației, Romania to an Orth...
Yekusiel Yehuda Teitelbaum (II)
Yekusiel Yehuda (Zalmen Leib) Teitelbaum (1911– 18 May 1944) was Chief Rabbi of Sighet, Romania, from 1936-1944.
Teitelbaum was the eldest son of Rabbi Chaim Tzvi Teitelbaum (Atzei Chaim - d. 1926...
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Kalonymus Kalman Shapira
Kalonymus Kalman Shapira (or Klonimus Kalmish Szapiro) (or "Shapiro," a more common transliteration of the Polish spelling of his name "Szapiro") (1889–3 November 1943), was the Grand Rabbi of P...
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Aryeh Tzvi Frumer
Aryeh Tzvi Frumer (Hebrew: אריה צבי פרומר‎; also spelled Fromer or Frommer; 1884 –2 May 1943) was a leading Orthodox rabbi, rosh yeshiva, and posek (halachic authority) in 20th-century...
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Dénes Friedmann
Dénes Friedmann (1903-1944) was an Hungarian writer and Chief Rabbi in Újpest (today part of Budapest), Hungary.He was co-editor of Magyar Zsidó Szemle.The Nazis killed Friedmann's son in his presence...
Sándor Büchler
Alexander Büchler, or Bűchler Sándor (September 24, 1869 in Fülek (Fiľakovo), Kingdom of Hungary – July 1944, in Auschwitz) was a Hungarian rabbi and educator.He is a son of the Talmudist rabbi ...
Regina Jonas
Regina Jonas (3 August 1902 – 12 December 1944) was a Berlin-born rabbi. In 1935, she became the first woman to be ordained as a rabbi (though there had been some previous women, such as the Maiden of...
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Yissachar Shlomo Teichtal
Rabbi Yisachar Shlomo Teichtal (1885-1945) was one of the few European rabbis to break ranks with Ashkenazi Orthodox Judaism to support an active effort to settle the land of Israel. He was murdered ...
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Shimon Sofer (II)
Shimon Sofer (II) (1850 – 2 June 1944) was the Rav of the Hungarian city of Eger (Erlau) and the progenitor of the Erlauer Hasidic dynasty. His grandson, Rabbi Yochanan Sofer, is the present-day...
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Yitzchok Breiter
Yitzchok Breiter (1886-1943?) was a Breslover Hasidic rabbi who spread the teachings of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov beyond their origins in Ukraine to the country of Poland during the 1920s to 1930s.
Moshe Sofer (II)
Rabbi Moshe Sofer (II) (1885–1944) (Hungarian; Moses Schreiber) was a prominent Orthodox Jewish (Charedi) Rabbi in the early 20th century. He was Dayan of Erlau, Hungary and author of a Halachic respo...
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