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Jewish: modern Hebrew name meaning ‘son of Zion’ (cf. BATZION (SEE Batzion)).

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  • Benzion Netanjahu — (2007) Benzion Netanjahu (* 25. März 1910 in Warschau, Russisches Reich, als Benzion Mileikowsky) ist ein israelischer Historiker und zionistischer Aktivist. Er war tätig als Sekretär Zeev Jabotinskys, des Vaters des revisionistischen Zionismus …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Benzion Kellermann — (* 1869 in Gerolzhofen; † 1923 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Philosoph (Neukantianer, Marburger Schule). Leben Ab 1901 besuchte er die jüdische Knabenschule in Berlin, seit 1917 war er als Rabbiner in Berlin tätig. Hauptwerke Der wissenschaftliche …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Benzion Miller — Cantor Benzion Miller ( he. בֶּן צִיּוֹן מילר, yi. בֶּן־צִיּוֹן מי(ל)לעֶר was born at the Dachau concentration camp). He is an American Cantor (chazzan) , and a son of the very popular Cantor Mohel, Reb Aaron Miller.Benzion Miller s singing… …   Wikipedia

  • Benzion Rakow — Rabbi Benzion Rakow, (1925 1985), was a communal rabbi and rosh yeshiva of Chayei Olam Yeshiva in Golders Green, London. He was also active in Agudas Yisroel of Great Britain.Born in Frankfurt, Germany into a distinguished rabbinical family,… …   Wikipedia

  • Benzion Freshwater — R Benzion Freshwater is a multi millionaire property investor. His father, Osias Shea Freshwater came to England from Gdansk in Poland in 1939 as the Nazis stepped up their persecution of the Jews. His first wife and their children did not escape …   Wikipedia

  • DINUR (Dinaburg), BENZION — (1884–1973), historian and educator. Dinur received his education in Lithuanian yeshivot, at Berne University, at the Berlin Hochschule, and at Petrograd University. He taught in several Jewish schools; at Jewish teachers training colleges; and… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ISRAELI (Chernomorski), BENZION — (1887–1954), pioneer of the Second Aliyah. Born in Glukhov, Ukraine, Israeli settled in Ereẓ Israel in 1906, working in Petaḥ Tikvah and Reḥovot as an agricultural laborer and guard. He returned to Russia for a time and served in the army. Upon… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Yaakov Benzion Mendelson — Rabbi Yaakov Benzion HaCohen Mendelsohn (Hebrew: יעקב בן ציון הכהן מענדעלסאן) (October 12 1875 ndash;August 5 1941) was a renowned Orthodox communal rabbi, Talmudist, Halachist, rabbinical author and scholar. Rabbi Mendelson was born in 1875, in… …   Wikipedia

  • ALFES (Alfas), BENZION — (1850–1940), Yiddish and Hebrew writer. Born in Vilna, Alfes settled in Palestine in 1924; his earlier attempt to do so in 1871 had failed for family reasons. In Vilna he worked as a proofreader and for many years managed his wife s stocking… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • BENJAMIN, BARUCH BENZION — (1904–?), Indian government official. Born in Bombay, of the bene israel community, Benjamin joined the Indian government service following independence in 1947 and was made deputy chief controller of   imports and exports in 1953. From 1955… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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