Tel Aviv: Mosad Byalik? A. Y. Devir, 1937. Item #24820
(FT) 8vo. 220 pages. Volume 1, part 1 (only) . In Hebrew. SUBJECT(S) : Judaism History. Kaufmann, (1889–1963) , biblical scholar, thinker, and essayist. Born in the Podolia region of the Ukraine, Kaufmann studied in the modern yeshivah of Ch. Tchernowitz (Rav Za'ir) in Odessa and at the advanced courses of Baron David Guenzburg in Petrograd (Leningrad) , and received a Ph. D. From the University of Berne in 1918. After World War I he lived in Berlin, where he began to work on his scholarly writings. In 1928 he migrated to Erez Israel and taught in the Re'ali School in Haifa. In 1949 he was appointed professor of Bible at the Hebrew University, a post he held until his death. (EJ, Gevaryauha) In good condition (heblit1-11).