Jews’ College Jubilee Volume, London, 1906.

Jews College, London, which was a college of the University of London until recent years and has been renamed the London School of Jewish Studies and moved to Hendon, was founded in 1855 as a Rabbinical College in London. This Jubilee book commemorates the first fifty years of Jews College, and starts with a detailed … Continue reading Jews’ College Jubilee Volume, London, 1906.

Order of Service to be used at the Great Synagogue on Tuesday, June 23rd, 5651 – 1891, at the installation of The Rev. Dr. Hermann Adler as Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the British Empire.

This item, scanned below, speaks for itself.  Click here to read about how Hermann Adler received both Semicha (his Rabbinical Diploma) and a Doctorate during his 18 month stay in Prague.

Tzelach (Tzion Lenefesh Chaya) by Rabbi Yechezkel Halevi Landau, Sudlikov 1832 – and Rabbi Dr. Hermann Adler.

In 1966 the Jewish Historical Society of England published a book "Remember the Days" consisting of essays in honour of the historian, Cecil Roth.  One of the essays, by Adolf Schischa, is entitled Hermann Adler, Yeshiva Bahur.  Hermann Adler, the younger son of the Chief Rabbi of the British Empire, Dr. Nathan Marcus Adler (who … Continue reading Tzelach (Tzion Lenefesh Chaya) by Rabbi Yechezkel Halevi Landau, Sudlikov 1832 – and Rabbi Dr. Hermann Adler.