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Solomon David Sassoon (1915–1985)

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Solomon David Sassoon was a member of the fabulous Sassoon family of Jewish merchant princes that arrived in England in 1858. He was a rabbi, educator, philanthropist, and collector of Jewish manuscripts.He made original contributions to linguistic analysis, philosophy, and Biblical criticism.  He served as president of the largest Sephardic seminary in the world, now in Israel. ┬áHis son Isaac S.D. Sassoon also became a rabbi and author.
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