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Rabbi Dies in Berlin Synagogue While Delivering Sermon

October 1, 1954
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Dr. Hermann Schreiber, resident of London and onetime rabbi in Potsdam, died of a heart attack while delivering a sermon during the Rosh Hashanah services in the Pestalozzi Strasse Temple here. He was 72.

Dr. Schreiber had been active in the affairs of the West London Synagogue for many years. In recent years he had made it a practice to return to Berlin to attend Rosh Hashanah services with the Liberal congregation here.

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