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Hermann Adler (1839–1911)

Adler, Hermann (ä’dler). A German writer; born in Hanover, May 29, 1839; died in 1911. He lived most of his life in England, where he held many positions of high trust connected with his race, having been from 1891 chief rabbi of the British empire. Besides sermons, lectures, etc., he wrote: ‘The Jews in England’; ‘The Chief Rabbis of England’; ‘Soloman Ibn Gabirol, the Poet Philosopher,’ etc.