Rabbi Yehuda Breslauer
יהודה ל ב״ר יצחקRav, Cong Kehillas Yaakov
Date of Death:
Tue. November 15, 1983 -
Kislev 9 5744
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Dr. Yehuda Breslauer presided over the Orthodox congregation. Fuerth was home to seven synagogues in 1933, six of which belonged to the Orthodox community: the Mannheimer (opened in the mid-17th century); the Klaus (1691); the Neuschul, or “new school” (1697); the Weisen-Synagoge (at the orphanage); the Spital-Synagoge (at the hospital); and the Polnische Synagogue (the Polish synagogue). The first four of these synagogues were located in a large yard, referred to as the Schulhof (schoolyard), which also accommodated a mikveh, the community’s offices, and a kosher butcher’s shop.
Source: Destroyed German Synagogues And Communities
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