Julius Galliner was born on February 3, 1872 in Zinten, East Prussia (Kornevo, Russia). After working as a teacher and a cantor in Schwerin, he continued his studies in Berlin, at the university as well as at the Hochschule für die Wissenschaft des Judentums. After graduating in 1897, he started his career as an educator and a rabbi in Berlin-Charlottenburg, also preaching at the synagogues on Fasanenstraße and Prinzregentenstraße. Galliner emigrated to England in March 1939 before moving to New York City to be with his two children. Julius Galiner died in New York on September 7, 1949.
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Julius Galliner, Leo Baeck Institute, F 3425.