adler, nathan marcus

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adler, nathan marcus - Adler, nathan marcus (1803-90);
adler, nathan marcus - Jewish scholar. Born at Hanover and educated in Germany, he was in turn chief rabbi of Oldenburg and of Hanover. In 1844 he became chief rabbi in London where he promoted union among the various Jewish congregations, and organized Jewish schools. He published a Hebrew commentary on the Pentateuch. He died Jan. 21, 1890.

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