biographical name Sir Hermann 1852-1930 English Semitic scholar

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  • Gollancz — ist der Name von Sir Israel Gollancz (1864 1930), englischer Literaturwissenschaftler und Shakespeare Forscher Sir Hermann Gollancz (1852 1930), Rabbiner in Großbritannien und Hebraist Sir Victor Gollancz (1893 1967), britisch jüdischer Verleger …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Gollancz —   [gə lænts], Sir (seit 1965) Victor, englischer Verleger und Schriftsteller, * London 9. 4. 1893, ✝ ebenda 8. 2. 1967; gründete 1927 in London den Verlag Victor Gollancz, Limited und 1936 den sozialistischen Left Book Club. Gollancz war Pazifist …   Universal-Lexikon

  • GOLLANCZ, SIR VICTOR — (1893–1967), English publisher and author. The grandson of a ḥazzan and nephew of Rabbi sir hermann gollancz and sir israel gollancz , Victor Gollancz early rejected his family s religious Orthodoxy and all middle class conservatism. Appalled by… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Gollancz (disambiguation) — Gollancz often refers to the British publishing house Victor Gollancz Ltd.Gollancz, a family name originating from the Polish town Gołańcz ( Gollantsch or Schwertburg near Wągrowiec, Wielkopolska), is mainly known as the name of a prominent… …   Wikipedia

  • GOLLANCZ, SIR ISRAEL — (1864–1930), English literary scholar. Gollancz, son of the Rev. Samuel Marcus Gollancz, minister of the Hambro Synagogue in London and a brother of Rabbi sir hermann gollancz , was lecturer in English at University College, London (1892–95), and …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • GOLLANCZ, SIR HERMANN — (1852–1930), rabbi and teacher. Gollancz was born in Bremen and was the brother of sir israel gollancz . He officiated at the Bayswater Synagogue (1892–1923) and taught Hebrew at University College, London (1902–24). In 1897, when he received the …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Gollancz, Sir Victor — born April 9, 1893, London, Eng. died Feb. 8, 1967, London British publisher, writer, and humanitarian. Born to a family of orthodox Jews, Gollancz evolved a religious outlook strongly influenced by Christian ethics. In 1928 he founded the… …   Universalium

  • Gollancz, Sir Victor — (9 abr. 1893, Londres, Inglaterra–8 feb. 1967, Londres). Editor, escritor y filántropo británico. Nacido en una familia de judíos ortodoxos, Gollancz evolucionó hacia una visión religiosa muy influida por la ética cristiana. En 1928 fundó la… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Gollancz, Sir Victor — (1893–1967)    English publisher. Though his family included distinguished rabbis and Jewish scholars, Gollancz turned away from Judaism and became the leading British publisher of socialist literature. In 1936 he formed the influential Left Book …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Gollancz, Hermann — (1852 1930)    British rabbi and teacher, brother of Israel Gollancz. He was born in Bremen and settled in London. He officiated at the Bayswater Synagogue (1892 1923) and taught Hebrew at University College, London (1902 24). He published… …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

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