Greenberg

Greenberg is a surname common in North America, with anglicized spelling of the German Grünberg (green mountain) or the Jewish Ashkenazi Yiddish Grinberg, an artificial surname.

Notable people with the surname Greenberg include:

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L. J. Greenberg
... Greenberg, born Leopold Jacob Greenberg (1861–1931), was an accomplished British Jewish journalist ...
L. J. Greenberg - Political Persuasion
... The lawyer Greenberg chose to draw up the Articles of Association of the Jewish Chronicle (JC) was a Liberal Member of Parliament (MP) by the name of David Lloyd George ... rose to became Secretary for the Colonies in 1902, and Greenberg felt he could approach him with the request that he give the Jewish people a homeland, somewhere in the British Empire ... Then, in 1903, Chamberlain offered Greenberg the colony of Uganda as a Jewish home ...
Greenberg - S–Z
... Seymour Greenberg, tennis player Shawn Greenberg, Manitoba judge Stan Greenberg, American political strategist Steven Greenberg (musician), American ...
Sidney Greenberg - Biography
... Rabbi Sidney Greenberg was one of Conservative Judaism’s most respected writers on Jewish prayer, holidays and spirituality ... A native New Yorker, Greenberg served as rabbi of Temple Sinai, now in the Philadelphia suburb of Dresher, for more than 50 years ... In addition to his 20-plus books on various Jewish topics, Greenberg was well known for his sermons ...
L. J. Greenberg - The Jewish Chronicle
... Greenberg stressed the need for a platform ... Then, in 1904, Greenberg decided to float a company to finance the purchase ... Greenberg became the Chronicle's editor in 1907, a position he held the rest of his life ...