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Bernhard Templer, Ph.D.

Rabbi, Vienna, Austria.

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HEINE, GUSTAV, FREIHERR VON GELDERN – Austrian publicist; born June 18, 1812, at Düsseldorf; died Nov. 15, 1886, at Vienna; brother of Heinrich Heine. On completing his preliminary education at Hamburg he studied at the universities of Halle and Göttingen. He first...
HERZ, ELISE, VON LÄMEL – Austrian philanthropist; born at Prague Dec. 20, 1788; died at Vienna July 25, 1868. Her home in Prague was an intellectual center. On the death of her husband in 1850 she went to Vienna, where she became an honorary member of...
HIRSCHEL, MOSES (CHRISTIAN MORITZ) – German writer; born at Breslau Sept. 13, 1754; continued to live in that city. On being baptized (1804) he took the name of "Christian Moritz." He published the following works: "Das Schach," Breslau, 1784; "Kampf der Jüdischen...
HÖNIG, ISRAEL (EDLER VON HÖNIGSBERG) – Austrian tobacco-manufacturer; born at Kuttenplan, Bohemia, Oct., 1724; died at Vienna Jan. 19, 1808. He is noteworthy in the history of the Austrian Jews as the first among them to be ennobled. The son of a poor merchant, he...
JEITELES, ALOIS – Austrian physician and poet; born June 20, 1794 (or 1795), at Brünn, Moravia; died there April 16, 1858. He studied philosophy at Brünn and Prague, and medicine at Vienna (M.D. 1819). Stimulated by his intercourse with men like...
KRAUSS, FRIEDRICH SALOMON – Austrian folklorist; born at Pozega, Slavonia, Oct. 7, 1859. He studied classical philology at the University of Vienna (Ph.D.), and then devoted himself to South-Slavonian folk-lore, which he was the first to investigate...