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Jakobovits, Immanuel, Baron Jakobovitslocked

(1921–1999)
  • Albert Friedlander

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Jakobovits, Immanuel, Baron Jakobovits (1921–1999), chief rabbi, was born in Königsberg, East Prussia, on 8 February 1921, the son of Rabbi Julius Jakobovits and his wife, Paula Wreschner. Named after the great Königsberg philosopher Immanuel Kant, he was the scion of a distinguished line of rabbis. Growing up in ...

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