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Maurycy Allerhand, Professor of Jurisprudence, the former Chairman of the Lviv Jewish Community, out (1868 -- 1942) | Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

Name: Maurycy Allerhand, Professor of Jurisprudence, the former Chairman of the Lviv Jewish Community, out (1868 -- 1942)


Historical Note:

Professor Maurycy Allerhand, born in 1868 in Rzeszow, died in 1942 in Lviv (Lwow)

Professor Allerhand gained doctorate in Vienna University in 1892. In 1909 received habilitation of the Lwow University for a scholarly volume. He remained professor of Lviv (Lwow) University until the time of German occupation. Professor Allerhand published over one thousands scholarly works. In 1929, Professor Allerhand served as Chairman for the Executive Office of Lviv Jewish Community. He also held official and public offices related to jurisprudential activity.

In October 1941, he and his wife were forced to live in the Lviv ghetto. On September 10, 1942, Professor Allerhand and his wife were transported to Janowska Road Concentration Camp in Lviv. They both were murdered in the camp. His son Joachim (1897 – 1970), son’s wife Zina (1908 – 1978) and grandson Leszek (born in 1931) survived the Holocaust.



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