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REINACH German family which emigrated to France in the first half of the nineteenth century. As its most eminent members may be mentioned:Jacques Reinach, Baron: French financier; uncle and father-in-law of Joseph Reinach; born at
REINES, ISAAC JACOB B. SOLOMON NAPHTALI Russian rabbi, and founder of the "Mizraḥi," or Orthodox, branch of the Zionist organization; a descendant of Saul Wahl; born in Karlin, government of Minsk, Oct. 27, 1839. His father, a native of Wilna, who lived several years
REINES, MOSES Russian scholar and author; born at Lida (where his father, R. Isaac Jacob Reines, was rabbi) in 1870; died there March 7, 1891. Moses Reines was the author of: "Ruaḥ ha-Zeman," material for the history of Jewish culture in
REINOWITZ, JACOB (REB YANKELE) Member of the London bet din; born at Wilkowisk, Poland, in 1818; died in London May 17, 1893. At twenty-eight years of age he was appointed rabbi in his native town, and held the office for thirty years. In 1876 he accepted the
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