This was Rabbi Levine's first book, printed in 1903 at the Bril press, which also printed the newspaper 'Telefon'. Rabbi Arieh Leib Levine, known as Lewis Levine was born in Traby, near Ivye in the district of Grodno in 1861. He emigrated to England in the 1890s, and when this book was published, he was … Continue reading Beis Yisroel by Rabbi Lewis (Arieh Leib) Levine of Liverpool, London 1903.
Rabbi Rabinowitz was born in Kelme, Lithuania, in 1857. He was a member of the Zionist group, Chovevei Zion (Lovers of Zion), attended the second Zionist Congress, and was elected to the Zionist General Council. He was one of the founders of the Mizrachi movement and was appointed Rabbi of Liverpool in 1906. He was … Continue reading LiTekufot Hayamim, The Cycle of Seasons by Rabbi Samuel Jacob Rabinowitz of Liverpool, London, 1917.
Palestina was the journal of the Chovevei Zion (Lovers of Zion) Association. This was formally founded in 1884 and was at one time a large, strong international movement, with branches called 'Tents' in major Jewish communities throughout Great Britain and Ireland. However, they gave only a reluctant … Continue reading Palestina – The Chovevei Zion Quarterly, September 1897
This is an early Narodiczky press publication (number 46 in Moshe Sanders list), written by Rabbi Arieh Leib Levine, known as Lewis Levine. Rabbi Levine was born in Traby, near Ivye in the district of Grodno in 1861. He emigrated to England in the 1890s, and when this book was published, he was Rabbi of … Continue reading Marche Lev by Rabbi Arieh Leib (Lewis) Levine of Liverpool, London 1907
Yeshresh Yaacov, a volume of essays and addresses by Rabbi Samuel Jacob Rabinowitz of Liverpool was published in 1925 by the Rabbi S. J. Rabinowitz Memorial Publication Fund. It has a foreword by Rabbi Isser Yehuda Unterman and a long list of subscribers, providing the names and addresses of many of the leading members of … Continue reading Yeshresh Yaakov by Rabbi Samuel Jacob Rabinowitz of Liverpool, 1925