biographical name Henrietta 1860-1945 American Zionist & founder of Hadassah

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  • Szold — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Benjamin Szold (1829–1902), ungarisch amerikanischer Rabbiner, Vater von Henrietta Szold Henrietta Szold (1860–1945), Aktivistin des frühen Zionismus Szold ist der Name folgender Orte: Kfar Szold, Kibbuz …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Szold — may refer to:* Henrietta Szold, founder of the Hadassah Women s Organization * Kfar Szold, a kibbutz in Israel * Benjamin Szold, an American rabbi …   Wikipedia

  • Szold — [zōld] Henrietta 1860 1945; U.S. Zionist leader …   English World dictionary

  • Szold — n. family name; Henrietta Szold (1860 1945), American zionist, founder of Hadassah , head of the Youth Aliyah Movement …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Szold — /zohld/, n. Henrietta, 1860 1945, U.S. Zionist: founded Hadassah in 1912. * * * …   Universalium

  • Szold — [[t]zoʊld[/t]] n. big Henrietta, 1860–1945, U.S. Zionist …   From formal English to slang

  • Szold — /zohld/, n. Henrietta, 1860 1945, U.S. Zionist: founded Hadassah in 1912 …   Useful english dictionary

  • SZOLD, HENRIETTA — (1860–1945), founder of hadassah , the Women s Zionist Organization of America, and organizational leader and political figure in Palestine. Szold was born in Baltimore, Maryland. Her parents, Sophie (Schaar) and Rabbi Benjamin Szold, had arrived …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • SZOLD, ROBERT — (1889–1977), U.S. lawyer and Zionist. Szold, who was born in Streator, Illinois, graduated from Knox College in Illinois (1909). He served as assistant attorney general in Puerto Rico (1915) and assistant to U.S. Solicitor General John W. Davis… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • SZOLD, BENJAMIN — (1829–1902), U.S. rabbi and scholar. Szold was born in Nemiskert, Hungary, where his family owned land. Although they were the only Jews in town, he received an excellent Jewish education from the rabbis in the area. At the age of 16, or 14… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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