Chaim

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Stac Dhòmhnaill Chaim
... Stac Dhòmnuill Chaim, or Stac Dhòmhnaill Chaim, is a fortified promontory located near Mangursta (or Mangersta, Scottish Gaelic Mangarstadh) on ...
Chaim Janowski
... Chaim (Chajkel) Janowski (ca ... Chaim twice took fourth in 1897 and 1898 (Wiktor Abkin and Gersz Salwe won, successively), won followed by Samuel Rosenblatt, W ... Chaim Janowski became the second (after a Russian colonel Konstanty Manakin) president of the Łódź Chess Club (Łódzkie Towarzystwo Zwolenników Gry Szachowej) in 1907-1912 ...
Chaim Zhitlowsky
... Chaim Zhitlowsky (Yiddish חײם זשיטלאָװסקי Russian Хаим Осипович Житловский) (April 19, 1865 - May 6, 1943) was a Jewish socialist ... Chaim Zhitlowsky was also a vice-president of the important conference on the Yiddish language held in Chernivtsi, 1908 ...
Chaim Pinto Synagogue
... The Chaim Pinto Synagogue, an historic site in Essaouira, Morocco, formerly known as Mogador, Morocco, was the home and synagogue of Rabbi Chaim Pinto ...
Mekor Chaim - History
... Mekor Chaim was established in 1926 by the religious Zionist Mizrahi movement ... He arranged for the Hamekasher bus company to open a regular route between Mekor Chaim and the city center ... of Malha and Beit Safafa, and far from other Jewish neighborhoods, Mekor Chaim was exposed to Arab sniping and endured a lengthy siege that began in December 1947 ...