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us: Silbermann, A. M. (Abraham M.), 1889-1939


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  • Fuller Name

    • Abraham M.
  • Variants

    • us: Silbermann, A. M. (Abraham M.), d. 1939
    • us: Silbermann, Abraham M., 1889-1939
    • us: Zilberman, A. M., 1889-1939
    • us: זילברמן, א.מ, 1889-1939
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1889
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1939
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Hungary
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Berlin (Germany)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) England
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        eng
    • Associated Language

        ger
    • Occupation

        (lcsh) Publishers and publishing
          (lcsh) Lexicographers
            (lcsh) Translators
              (lcsh) Rabbis
          • Earlier Established Forms

              Silbermann, A. M. (Abraham M.), d. 1939Silbermann, A. M.(Abraham M.),d. 1939
          • Sources

            • found: Chumash with Targum Onkelos, Haphtaroth and Rashi's commentary, 1984 or 1985: t.p. (Rabbi A.M. Silbermann) added t.p. (ha-Rav A.M. Zilberman [in Heb.])
            • found: Encyc. Judaica, c1971 (Silbermann, Abraham Moritz, 1889-1939; b. Hungary; publisher, lexicographer, translator)
            • found: NUC pre-56 (Silbermann, Abraham Maurice, 1894-1939)
            • found: Bibliothèque nationale de France, via VIAF, 14 December 2015 (Silbermann, Abraham Moritz, 1889-1939)
            • found: Oztorah.com, 14 December 2015 ("Dr Abraham Moritz Silbermann himself was born in Hungary in 1889 and gained ordination in Berlin. He did not pursue a rabbinical career but concentrated on writing, publishing and selling books. In Germany he was joint editor of a Hebrew-German dictionary and a Talmudic dictionary. When he settled in England he became publishing director of Shapiro Vallentine and issued a number of significant works. He personally produced a Children's Haggadah as well as Vallentine's Jewish Encyclopedia. In all these projects he worked with others: the Haggadah was jointly produced with Arthur Saul Super, the son of Rabbi Isaac Jacob Super of Melbourne, and the Encyclopedia with Albert Montefiore Hyamson, a well known Anglo-Jewish historian; so that collaborating with Morris Rosenbaum on the Rashi project fitted into this pattern. Silbermann died in 1939 and the Bible Readers' Union was founded in his memory.")
          • Editorial Notes

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            • [Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.]
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            • 1995-04-12: new
            • 2015-12-16: revised
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