Moritz Mordechai Moredechai Duschak, Dr. (Rabbi)

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Moritz Mordechai Moredechai Duschak, Dr. (Rabbi)

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Birthplace: Triesch (Třešť), Mähren
Death: Died in Wien, Österreich
Place of Burial: Zentralfriedhof 1. Tor, 6-30-30
Immediate Family:

Son of Moises Tuschak and Bela Duschak
Husband of Veronika (Waronika) Duschak
Father of Simon Duschak; Selma Duschak; Dr. Jakob Duschak and Erna Duschak
Brother of Emanuel Duschak and Kathi Rusli Chaya Reif

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About Moritz Mordechai Moredechai Duschak, Dr. (Rabbi)

DUSCHAK, MORITZ, by Isidore Singer, Peter Wiernik, in Jewish Encyclopedia:

Dr. Moritz Duschak, Austrian rabbi and author; born in Triesch, Moravia, Nov. 14, 1815; died in Vienna July 21, 1890. He was a pupil in Talmud of R. Moses Sofer of Presburg, and was for a long time rabbi at Gaya, Moravia. In 1877 he became preacher in Cracow and teacher of religion at the gymnasium of that city. He was a modern preacher and the author of works in the German language. Although engaged to deliver his sermons at the Temple, his sympathies were mostly with the old-style Orthodox people of the "Klaus," who could better appreciate his Talmudical knowledge. His position as preacher was thus somewhat anomalous; and after several years' service he left Cracow and settled in Vienna, where he spent his last days in neglect and disappointment.

Duschak wrote much for various periodicals, and was, besides, the author of the following works: "Mor Deror," on Josephus and tradition, Vienna, 1864; "Das Mosaisch-Talmudische Eherecht mit Besonderer Rücksicht auf die Bürgerlichen Gesetze," Vienna, 1864; "Gideon Brecher, eine Biographische Skizze," Prossnitz, 1865; "Gesch. und Darstellung des Jüdischen Cultus," Mannheim, 1866; "Das Mosaisch-Talmudische Strafrecht," Vienna, 1868; "Zur Botanik des Talmuds," Budapest, 1871; "Schulgesetzgebung und Methodik der Alten Israeliten," Vienna, 1872; "Die Biblisch-Talmudische Glaubenslehre," etc., ib. 1872; "Die Moral der Evangelien und des Talmuds," Brünn, 1878. He also wrote "Jerushalayim ha-Benuya," a commentary on the Mishnah, treatise Mo'ed, Cracow, 1880.

Bibliography:

  • Ha-Asif, 1894, pp. 139-140;
  • Ha-Ẓefirah, xvii., No. 183.

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Moritz Mordechai Moredechai Duschak, Dr. (Rabbi)'s Timeline

1815
November 14, 1815
Triesch (Třešť), Mähren
1860
January 25, 1860
Age 44
Kyjov, Hodonín District, South Moravian Region, Czech Republic
1861
June 28, 1861
Age 45
Gaya / Kyjov, Hodonin District, South Moravia
1862
November 30, 1862
Age 47
Kyjov, Hodonín District, South Moravian Region, Czech Republic
1863
November 28, 1863
Age 48
Kyjov, Hodonín District, South Moravian Region, Czech Republic
1890
July 21, 1890
Age 74
Wien, Österreich
July 23, 1890
Age 74
Zentralfriedhof 1. Tor, 6-30-30