Arthur Rosenthal was born in 1885 in Coethen (Anhalt), the son of Rabbi Luwig A. Rosenthal. He studied in Berlin and Heidelberg, receiving his doctorate in 1912 and passing his rabbinate exam in 1915. He worked as a rabbi in Rybnik, Berlin-Gesundbrunnen, Beuthen, and Berlin-Lichtenberg until his emigration to England in 1939. In London he was employed as a teacher and rabbi. In addition to his rabbinical work, Arthur Rosenthal was known for his journalistic endeavors. Arthur Rosenthal moved to New York in 1951 and died there the same year.
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Rabbi Arthur Rosenthal, Leo Baeck Institute, F 2916.