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date: 27 February 2021

Daube, Davidlocked

(1909–1999)
  • Tony Honoré

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Daube, David (1909–1999), jurist, was born in Freiburg im Breisgau, in Baden, Germany, on 8 February 1909, the younger son of Jakob Daube (1875–1954), a wine merchant, and his wife, Selma, née Ascher, from Nördlingen. Both parents were Orthodox Jews. Throughout his life he remained a loyal Badener and a loyal Jew, rigidly Orthodox in his youth and middle years, though with some relaxation in later life. The family was comfortably off. In ...

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Proceedings of the British Academy
University of Southampton Library
Bodleian Library, Oxford
(1920–)
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