The preacher and Rabbi Isaak Noah Mannheimer was born in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1793. Following Denmark’s emancipation of its Jewish citizens, Mannheimer became its first, royally appointed, Jewish “catechist” in 1816. After serving in Berlin and Hamburg, Mannheimer became rabbi at the Jewish congregation in Vienna in 1824. Rabbi Isaak Noah Mannheimer died in Vienna in 1865.
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Isaak Noah Mannheimer, Leo Baeck Institute, F 1821.