Schiller (Formerly Blankenstein), Solomon
SCHILLER (formerly Blankenstein), SOLOMON
SCHILLER (formerly Blankenstein ), SOLOMON (1879–1925), Hebrew educator and Zionist writer. Born near Bialystok, Schiller moved to Lvov to avoid conscription. His pamphlet in Polish on Jewish nationality and his articles dealt with the ideological basis for Zionism. He participated in the First Zionist Congress in Basle (1897) and laid the foundations for a nationalist Hebrew education in Galicia. In 1910 Schiller emigrated to Ereẓ Israel and settled in Jerusalem, where he was a teacher and later principal of the Jerusalem Reḥavyah Gymnasium. His published articles were collected and edited by Rabbi Binyamin in Kitvei Shelomo Schiller (1927).
D. Sadan, Goral ve-Hakhra'ah, Mishnato shel Shelomo Schiller (1943), incl. bibl. p. 167–75.
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