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  • Q1239915 [add to this item]
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    • Immanuel Jakobovits (it.wikipedia)
      Immanuel Jakobovits, Lord Jakobovits (Königsberg, 8 febbraio 1921 – Greater London, 31 ottobre 1999), considerato la massima autorità spirituale e morale ebraica ortodossa in Gran Bretagna e Irlanda, col titolo di Chief Rabbi of Great Britain and the Commonwealth of Nations dalla sua nomina nel 1966 e fino al 1991. Suo successore è stato l'attuale Rabbino Capo, Sir Jonathan Sacks. Creato Knight Bachelor dalla Regina Elisabetta II nel 1981 e Lord nel 1988, col titolo "Barone Jakobovits di Regent's Park in Greater London", diventando così il primo rabbino a ricevere tale onorificenza. Nel 1987 gli fu conferito un Divinitatis Doctor (DD) dall'Arcivescovo di Canterbury, primo ebreo a riceverlo. Nel 1991 ricevette il Premio Templeton per "Progresso in Religione". == Opere == (EN) Jewish Medical Ethics (1959/1975) Jewish Law Faces Modern Problems (1965) Journal of a Rabbi (1966) The Timely and The Timeless: Jews, Judaism and Society in a Storm-tossed Decade (1977) If Only My People: Zionism in My Life (1984) Dear Chief Rabbi: From the Correspondence of Chief Rabbi Immanuel Jakobovits on Matters of Jewish Law, Ethics and Contemporary Issues, 1980—1990 (1995) Lord Jakobovits in Conversation (2000) == Note == == Bibliografia == Bermant, Chaim. Lord Jakobovits; the Authorized Biography of the Chief Rabbi. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, Limit 1990. ISBN 0-297-81142-8. Jakobovits, Immanuel.
    • Immanuel Jakobovits, Baron Jakobovits (8 February 1921 – 31 October 1999) was the Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth from 1967 to 1991. Prior to this, he had served as Chief Rabbi of Ireland and as rabbi of the Fifth Avenue Synagogue in New York City. In addition to his official duties he was regarded as an authority in medical ethics from a Jewish standpoint. He was knighted in 1981 and became the first Chief Rabbi to enter the House of Lords in 1988 as Baron Jakobovits. == Biography == Jakobovits was born in Königsberg, East Prussia, Germany (now Kaliningrad, Russia), where his father Julius (Yoel) was a community rabbi. The family moved to Berlin in the 1920s, where his father became rabbinical judge on the beth din of the Grossgemeinde, but fled the country in 1938 in time to escape Nazi persecutions. In the United Kingdom he completed his higher education, including a period at the Etz Chaim Yeshiva in London, studying under and receiving semicha (rabbi ordination) from the renowned Rabbis Elya Lopian, Leib Gurwicz and Nachman Shlomo Greenspan. He also studied in Jews' College and the University of London (BA and PhD, University College). He married Amélie Munk of Paris, the daughter of a prominent rabbi, who would support his community work throughout his life. They had six children.
    • Immanuel Jakobovits (fr.wikipedia)
      Immanuel Jakobovits (baron Jakobovits) (8 février 1921, Königsberg, Prusse-Orientale, aujourd'hui Kaliningrad, Russie-31 octobre 1999, Londres, Royaume-Uni) est le grand-rabbin des United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth de 1967 â 1991. Il est auparavant grand-rabbin d'Irlande, puis rabbin de la Fifth Avenue Synagogue de New York. Il est le premier grand-rabbin à la Chambre des lords en 1988 et devient le baron Jakobovits. Il est un spécialiste de la bioéthique et la loi juive (Halakha). En 1991, il reçoit le prix Templeton. Il est le gendre du rabbin Elie Munk. Son épouse est Lady Amélie Jakobovits. == Éléments biographiques == Immanuel Jakobovits est né le 8 février 1921, à Königsberg, en Prusse-Orientale, aujourd'hui Kaliningrad, en Russie,. Il est le fils de Julius (Yoel) Jakobovits, rabbin à Königsberg. La famille Jakobovits s'établit à Berlin dans les années 1920, le rabbin Julius Jakobovits devenant juge au tribunal rabbinique (Dayan).
  • Q1099415 [add to this item]
    Jakobovits Miklós Miklós Jakobovits Miklós Jakobovits Miklós Jakobovits Miklós Jakobovits Miklós Jakobovits romániai magyar festőművész, muzeológus, művészeti
    • Miklós Jakobovits (eo.wikipedia)
      JAKOBOVITS Miklós (jakobobiĉ) rumanuja hungara pentristo naskita en Kluĵo la 9-an de aŭgusto 1936 kaj mortis la 16-an de decembro 2012. Li estas la edzo de ceramikistino Márta Jakobovits. == Biografio == Miklós Jakobovits finis la artmezlernejon de Târgu Mureş (1950-1954). Liaj majstroj tie estis István Barabás, kaj Gábor Piskolti. Inter 1954-1959 li studis en Belarta Altlernejo Ion Andreescu de Kluĵo, kie liaj majstroj estis Tibor Kádár, Gábor Miklóssy. Li loksidiĝis en 1959 en Oradea. Li estis ĉefmuzeologo en Oradea (1985-1997), instruis arthistorion. Ekde 1997 li estas prezidento de Barabás Miklós Céh. Kun Sasianu Alexandru li establis la galerion Nagyváradi Egyházművészeti Barokk Képtár en Oradea. == Premioj, distingoj == 1974: Kulturális Érdemrend; 1994: Erdélyi Magyar Közművelődési Egylet "Szolnay Sándor" díja; 1996: Erdélyi Magyar Közművelődési Egylet "Hollósy Simon" centenáriumi emlékérme; 1996: Budapesti örmény kisebbségi önkormányzat "Kiss Ernő-Lázár Vilmos" emlékérem; 1997: Romániai Örmények Szöv.
  • Q2844754 [add to this item]
    Jakobovits Amélie Jakobovits אמילי יעקובוביץ spouse of Immanuel Jakobovits Amélie Munk Lady J Amélie Jakobovits, Lady Jakobovits Amelie Jakobovits Amelie
    • Amélie Jakobovits (fr.wikipedia)
      Lady Amélie Jakobovits (31 mai 1928, Ansbach, Allemagne - 7 mai 2010, Londres, Angleterre) née Munk, connue comme rebbetzin Jakobovits, était la veuve de Lord Immanuel Jakobovits, baron Jakobovits, grand-rabbin du Commonwealth. == Éléments biographiques == === De Ansbach à Paris (1928-1937) === À la naissance d'Amélie (en hébreu, Mayla), le 31 mai 1928, son père, Elie Munk, est le rabbin d'Ansbach, en Bavière. Sa mère est Fanny (en hébreu, Frumet) Goldberger, fille de Nathan Goldberger, le président de la communauté juive orthodoxe de Nuremberg. Le rabbin Munk, né à Paris en 1900, quitte l'Allemagne en 1937, ayant compris l'étendue de la menace nazie. Il est élu rabbin de la synagogue Adas Yereim, appelée aussi synagogue de la Rue Cadet, ou Communauté israélite de la stricte observance (CISO), dans le 9e arrondissement de Paris. Elle a donc neuf ans lorsqu'elle arrive à Paris. === Seconde Guerre mondiale : Suisse et retour à Paris (1939-1949) === Pendant la guerre sa famille se réfugie d'abord à Toulouse. En 1941 elle participe au camp d'été du mouvement Yechouroun, puis sa famille parvient à passer en Suisse. === Mariage, puis l'Irlande, New York, et l'Angleterre (1949-2010) === En 1949, elle épouse le rabbin Immanuel Jakobovits qui devient grand-rabbin d'Irlande (1949-1958), puis de la synagogue orthodoxe de la cinquième avenue à New York (1958-1967), puis finalement grand rabbin d'Angleterre (1967-1999). Elle s'identifie aux positions de son mari, ce qui ne l'empêche pas d'avoir « elle-même, une personnalité hors de l'ordinaire », note le journal anglais The Independent.
    • Amélie Jakobovits (en.wikipedia)
      Amélie Jakobovits (née Munk, 31 May 1928 – 7 May 2010) was a British charity patron, and the wife of Immanuel Jakobovits, Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, and an important figure in Jewish life in the UK in her own right, who was known as the "Queen Mother" of the UK's Jewish community. == Early life == She was born Amélie Munk on 31 May 1928 in Ansbach, Bavaria, Germany, the daughter of Elie Munk (1900–1981), a rabbi and rabbinic scholar, and his wife, Fanny Frumet Munk, née Goldberger (1906–1979). In 1936, they moved to Paris, and after the Nazi invasion, moved to Switzerland in 1940, and remained there until Paris was liberated. == Career == Unusually in Orthodox Jewish life, she mediated between her husband and Menachem Mendel Schneerson, who was the Lubavitcher Rebbe, leader of one of the largest Hassidic groups, on matters relating to Israel. Her husband was far more of a "dove", and Schneerson was quite "hawkish". This was made possible by a longstanding connection between them - she had even played football as a child with Schneerson in pre-war France. She led the first marches in support of the Soviet Jewry movement, supporting Jews being allowed to leave the Eastern Bloc for resettling in Israel. She did extensive charity work, including Yad Sarah, Emunah and Kisharon. After her husband died, she became known as the "Queen Mother" of the UK's Jewish community. == Personal life == She met her future husband Immanuel Jakobovits through a family friend, and Jakobovits proposed to her at the top of the Eiffel Tower.
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      • Elemér Jakobovits (eo.wikipedia)
        JAKOBOVITS Elemér jakoboviĉ, plumnomo Jákó Elemér, estis rumanihungara ĵurnalisto, sportverkisto naskita en Nagyvárad la 5-an de junio 1897 kaj mortinta en Oradea la 26-an de januaro 1979. == Kariero == Jakobovits Elemér pro la unua mondmilito devis interompi siajn jurajn studojn kaj de 1930 li fariĝis kunlaboranto kiel sportrubrikestro de la gazetoj Nagyvárad, poste Szabadság. . == Verkoj == Ada-Káhlén és a Kazán-szorosnál,(Nv. 1932); Számum...(Nv. 1936); 15 esztendő a zöld-fehérek kapujában (Nv.
    Milton Range | Search manually | Search Google | Create new item
    Milton Range is a rifle range east of Gravesend. It was formerly served by Milton Range Halt. == Police Training Centre == There is an establishment for the training of specialist police officers. It includes a mock high street with replicas of shops such as a Post Office, a Barclays bank & a Your Move estate agents. There are also 2 trains, a London Underground 1959 stock, & a BR Class 303 driving trailer unit.
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      Milton Range Milton Range Milton Range Milton Range berg in Australië جبل في أستراليا mountain in Australia کوهی در استرالیا অস্ট্রেলিয়ার পর্বত Milton
      • Q6861404 [add to this item]
        Milton Range Halt railway station station Milton Range Halt gare ferroviaire britannique spoorwegstation in het Verenigd Koninkrijk イングランドの鉄道駅 stasiun
        • Milton Range Halt was a halt between Denton Halt and Hoo Junction Staff Halt on the Hundred of Hoo Railway. It opened in July 1906 and closed to public use on 17 September 1932, although it remained open by special arrangement after that date until some time after 1956. It served Milton Range rifle range. The station was constructed on a low embankment to the south of the Thames and Medway Canal beyond Higham, where the line climbs at 1 in 215 and then falls in a short cutting at 1 in 267. Initially, an island platform was provided, but this was removed in 1914 to be replaced by 400 ft (120 m) wooden facing platforms. These were later rebuilt in concrete and survived beyond official closure to passenger traffic in 1932. At the eastern end of the platforms was a gated sleeper crossing which carried a public footpath over the line. Ostensibly provided to serve the adjoining rifle range, Milton Range Halt was more frequently used by platelayers and railway workmen who would unload tools and materials at this desolate spot. For many years there was a long engineer's siding behind the down platform. The station took on greater importance early in the First World War when around 200 soldiers travelled on weekdays to Milton Range Halt from Chatham on the 0750 service from Cannon Street, returning on the 1325 Charing Cross to Maidstone West, which had three extra third class carriages attached for the use of the soldiers.
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        the Range The Law of the Range The Law of the Range film del 1911 diretto da Milton J. Fahrney Film von Milton J. Fahrney (1911) 1911 film by Milton J.
        • The Law of the Range est un film muet américain réalisé par Milton J. Fahrney et sorti en 1911.
        • The Law of the Range è un cortometraggio muto del 1911 diretto da Milton J. Fahrney. == Trama == == Produzione == Il film fu prodotto dalla Nestor Film Company, una compagnia fondata dai fratelli William e David Horsley. == Distribuzione == Distribuito dalla Motion Picture Distributors and Sales Company, il film - un cortometraggio di una bobina - uscì nelle sale cinematografiche USA il 13 dicembre 1911. == Voci correlate == Filmografia della Nestor Film Company == Collegamenti esterni == (EN) The Law of the Range, su Internet Movie Database, IMDb.com.
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        Strayed from the Range film cortometraggio del 1910 diretto da Milton J. Fahrney Film von Milton J. Fahrney (1910) korte stomme film uit Verenigde Staten
        • Strayed from the Range (it.wikipedia)
          Strayed from the Range è un cortometraggio muto del 1910 diretto da Milton J. Fahrney. == Trama == == Produzione == Il film fu prodotto dalla Nestor Film Company. == Distribuzione == Distribuito dalla Motion Picture Distributors and Sales Company, una compagnia attiva dal 1909 al 1912, il film - un western in una bobina - uscì nelle sale cinematografiche USA il 21 settembre 1910. == Note == == Voci correlate == Filmografia della Nestor Film Company == Collegamenti esterni == (EN) Strayed from the Range, su Internet Movie Database, IMDb.com.
      • Q17554093 [add to this item]
        Range Of Stables And Smithy To East Of Milton Hall