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Ludwig Venetianer, Ph.D.

Rabbi, Ujpest, Hungary.

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GERÖ, KARL – Hungarian dramatist; born at Hévizgyörk Oct. 18, 1856; studied law at Kaschau and Budapest. While still a student he devoted much time to literature and esthetics, attending lectures on those subjects, and frequently visiting...
HALÁSZ (FISCHER), IGNAZ – Hungarian philologist; born at Tés in 1855; died at Budapest April 9, 1901. He studied at the gymnasia of Veszprim and Stuhlweissenburg, and at the University of Budapest. From 1877 to 1892 he taught at the Obergymnasium of...
HAVAS, ADOLF – Hungarian dermatologist; born in Szt. Gál, Hungary, Feb. 14, 1854; studied in Veszprim, Budapest, and Vienna, taking his degree as doctor of medicine in 1880. After a postgraduate course abroad, he returned to Budapest (1883),...
HELLER, ISIDOR – Austrian author; born May 5, 1816, at Jung-Bunzlau, Bohemia; died at Arco, Tyrol, Dec. 19, 1879. He was studying to become a rabbi when (1837) his unsteady disposition drove him to France to join the French foreign legion. After...
HELLER, ẒEBI HIRSCH – Hungarian rabbi; died at Alt-Ofen Oct. 28, 1834. Heller was rabbi at Bonyhád. In 1834 he was called to Alt-Ofen as successor to Moses Münz, but had hardly begun his ministry when he died. Ẓebi Hirsch Chajes, rabbi of Zolkiev; S....
HELTAY, FRANZ – Hungarian deputy; born in Szentes March 15, 1861; studied law and political economy in Budapest. After having become a member of the editorial staff of the "Nemzet" and "Ellenör," he edited (1887-88) the "Nemzet Gazdasági...
HERCZEGHY, MORIZ – Hungarian physician and author; born in Budapest Aug. 19, 1815; died in Vienna Dec. 23, 1884. He studied medicine in Budapest and Vienna, and afterward took part in the Revolution of 1848 in the latter city. He went from Vienna...
HERCZEL, MANÓ DE SZENTPÉTERI – Hungarian physician; born in Szegedin July 1, 1861; studied successively in his native city, in Ujvidék, in Budapest, in Vienna, in Strasburg, and in Paris. After having taken his degree of M.D. (1884), he practised for two...
HEVESI, JOSEPH – Hungarian author and journalist; born March 15, 1857; studied at the high school in Keeskemét, and graduated from the University of Budapest. Hevesi is one of Hungary's most noted novelists. Among his works are the following:...
HIRSCHLER, IGNAZ – Hungarian oculist; born at Presburg 1823; died at Budapest Nov. 11, 1891. He studied medicine at Vienna. After practising for two years at Paris he went to Budapest, where he achieved a reputation as an oculist. He wrote several...
HOLITSCHER, PHILIP – Hungarian land holder and author; born in Budapest Aug. 19, 1822. His parents destined him for a mercantile career, and in 1842 he took over his father's factory. He retired, however, from business about thirty years later, and...
JELLINEK – Austrian family whose name has been rendered illustrious by the great preacher Adolf Jellinek.Adolf Jellinek: Austrian rabbi and scholar; born June 26, 1821, at Drslawitz, Moravia; died Dec. 29, 1893, at Vienna. In 1845 he...
JELLINEK – Austrian family whose name has been rendered illustrious by the great preacher Adolf Jellinek.Adolf Jellinek: Austrian rabbi and scholar; born June 26, 1821, at Drslawitz, Moravia; died Dec. 29, 1893, at Vienna. In 1845 he...
KABOS, EDUARD – Hungarian journalist and writer; born Dec. 2, 1864, at Nagy-Karoly. He entered the University of Budapest for the purpose of studying modern philology, intending to become a teacher, but adopted journalism instead. He at first...
KANITZ, AUGUST – Hungarian botanist; born April 25, 1843, at Lugos; died July 12, 1896, at Klausenburg. While a student at the University of Vienna he wrote "Geschichte der Botanik in Ungarn" (Hanover and Budapest, 1863), and soon after,...
KÁRMÁN, MORITZ – Hungarian educator; born Dec. 25, 1843, at Szegedin. He was brought up under the influence of Leopold Löw. While preparing for the rabbinical career he studied philosophy and philology at the University of Budapest (Ph.D. 1866)....
KISS, JOSEPH – Hungarian poet; born Nov. 8, 1843, at Mezöcsat. Being obliged by the death of his mother and financial ruin of his father to give up his college studies, he engaged in teaching. As tutor in the country he had an opportunity to...
KLEIN, JULIUS – Hungarian rabbi; born Aug. 2, 1850, at Zichyfalva; died July 24, 1895, at Alt-Ofen; educated at the gymnasia at Kecskemet and Nagy-Károly, the Talmud schools of Mayer Perls and Israel Hildesheimer, and the universities of Vienna...
KLEIN, MAX – Hungarian sculptor; born Jan. 7, 1847, at Göncz; son of a poor country school-teacher. He was apprenticed first to a grocer at Kaschau, and then to a watchmaker at Miskolcz; but his love for art caused him to give up his trade...
KLEIN, MORITZ – Hungarian rabbi; born July 7, 1842, at Miskolcz; studied philosophy at the University of Prague, attending at the same time lectures on Jewish theology by Chief Rabbi Solomon Rapoport. In 1863 he received his Ph.D. degree and...
KOHN (PAP), DAVID – Hungarian political economist; born Dec. 2, 1868, at Csecse, Hungary; studied law in Budapest. In 1890 he attracted general attention by his essay "Gabona Határidöüzlet," on buying grain on margin, which was crowned by the...
KÖNIG, JULIUS – Hungarian mathematician; born Dec. 16, 1849, at Raab. He entered the University of Vienna to study medicine, but being more interested in mathematics, he went thence to Heidelberg, and studied physics with Helmholtz and...
KORÁNYI, FRIEDRICH – Hungarian physician and medical writer; born Dec. 20, 1828, at Nagy-Kallo. In 1851 he took his doctor's degree at Budapest, and after practising for two years in the surgical clinic of Professor Schuh at Vienna, he settled as a...
KÖRÖSI, JOSEPH – Hungarian statistician; born April 20, 1844, at Pesth. He was educated privately, and then accepted a position with an insurance company, and also entered the field of journalism. In 1867 he became editor of the department of...
KUNOS, IGNATZ – Hungarian authority on Turkish; born Sept. 20, 1861, at Sámson, Hungary. He attended the gymnasium at Debreczin and the University of Budapest, where he studied linguistics. On receiving his Ph.D. degree he went to the East on a...