- for others with the same name see Meyer Rosenbaum
Chief Rabbi Meyer Rosenbaum was the spiritual leader of the Kehilla Adath Israel and the Chief Rabbi of Cuba from 1942 to 1958. Rabbi Rosenbaum was the founder of the Tahkemoni School in Havana . He also authored many scholarly works in Hebrew, Yiddish, and Spanish.
Chief Rabbi Rosenbaum was a son of Rebbe Issamar of Nadvorna. He was the only child of Rebbe Issamar not to be a Hasidic Rabbi. He was forced to flee Cuba in 1958 when the Batista regime was overthrown by Fidel Castro's socialist government. He is now buried at the Mount of Olives near Jerusalem in Israel.
- History of the Jews in Cuba
- List of Latin American Jews
- List of Cubans
- Ashkenazi Jews
- Hasidic Judaism
- Chief Rabbi
- ↑ www.ajcarchives.org/AJC_DATA/Files/1951_8_LatinAmerica.pdf
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