Dénes Friedmann

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Dénes Friedmann (1903-1944[1]) was a Hungarian writer and Chief Rabbi in Újpest (today part of Budapest), Hungary.[2][3]

He was co-editor of Magyar Zsidó Szemle.[4]

The Nazis killed Friedmann's son in his presence after which he was deported to the Auschwitz concentration camp where he was killed.[1][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Patai, Raphael (2000). Apprentice in Budapest: Memories of a World That Is No More. 148: Lexington Books. p. 526. ISBN 0-7391-0210-9.
  2. ^ Valley, Eli (1999). The Great Jewish Cities of Central and Eastern Europe: A Travel Guide and Resource Book to Prague, Warsaw, Crakow, and Budapest. Jason Aronson. p. 538. ISBN 0-7657-6000-2.
  3. ^ a b Braham, Randolph L. Braham (1966). Hungarian-Jewish Studies. 336: World Federation of Hungarian Jews. p. 346.
  4. ^ Landman, Issac (1943). The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia. 333.