Solomon Hirschell

Solomon Hirschell

Solomon Hirschell

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Rabbi Solomon Hirschell (1761, London – 31 October 1842, London) was the Chief rabbi of Great Britain, 1802-42. He is best remembered for his unsuccessful attempt to stop the spread of Reform Judaism in Britain by excommunicating its leaders.

His name is also spelt Hirschel and Herschell.

His father was a Polish Jew from Galicia Hirschel Levin, Chief rabbi of London and Berlin and a friend of Moses Mendelssohn. His older brother was Talmudist Saul Berlin.


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