Weekly Freebies: Rosh Hashanah Machzor

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Here is a Hebrew-English machzor for Rosh Hashanah. It has no publication date but the title page includes the name of Chief Rabbi Hermann (Naftali) Adler (1839-1911). You can download the book here: link

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3 comments

  1. Ben Elton commented on Facebook: It is the Routledge (Service of the Synagogue) machzor from about 1906. The editors were Arthur Davis, a self-taught grammarian and Herbert Adler, who was a cousin of the Chief Rabbi.

  2. MiMedinat HaYam

    was this herbert adler related to previous chief rabbis named adler (and if so, then related to r nosson adler from frankfurt)?

  3. R. Shmuel Singer adds a further correction. Herbert Adler was the nephew of Chief Rabbi Hermann Adler.

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