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Martin Buber / מרטין מרדכי בובר MP (1878 - 1965)

Martin Buber (Hebrew: מרטין בובר‎; February 8, 1878 – June 13, 1965) was an Austrian-born Jewish philosopher best known for ...

? Pollak (Buber) (deceased)

? Buber (deceased)

Abraham Buber (deceased)

Adele Buber (Weiser) (1830 - 1911)

Solomon Buber, Galician scholar and editor of Hebrew works, born in Lvov married at twenty to Adele (Udel) and entered the commercial world becoming "Handelskammerath" and auditor of the Austro-Hungari...

Adolf Markus Buber (c.1836 - 1908)

Alexander (Olek) Buber (b. - 2000)

Anna Waschitz (Buber) (deceased)

Annie Buber (Blumenthal) (deceased)

Berta Buber (Eisenmann) (c.1859 - 1930)

Berta Popper (Buber) (deceased)

Camila Correa Ochoa (buber.net) (1844 - 1902)

Channe Rifke Scherman (Buber) (1845 - d.)

Charlotte Szancer (Buber) (1858 - 1942)

Charlotte Szancer was born in Lwow in known Buber family. She married Artur Szancer, mill owner in Tarnow and lived there until her death. She was killed, with thousands of Jews from Tarnow nearby Zb...

Dora Buber (deceased)

Dr. Leopold Buber (deceased)

Dr. Manko Buber (deceased)

Dr. Marcell Buber (deceased)

Dr. Oskar Buber (c.1869 - 1910)

Dr. Oswald Buber (deceased)

Elisabetha Roller (Büber) (deceased)

Elise Buber (Wurhaft) (1858 - d.)

Martin Buber's parents (Carl Buber and Elise née Wurgast) separated in 1882. For the next ten years, Martin lived with his paternal grandparents. Elise remarried ? Brick and had three childr...

Eva (Chava) Strauss-Steinitz (Buber) (b. - 1991)

George Buber (deceased)

Gitchi Buber (deceased)

Harri Udo BUBER (1936 - 2002)

Ilse Martha Segal / Segall (Buber) (deceased)

Inge Esther Porgas (Buber) (deceased)

Ira Buber (deceased)

Irene Halpern (Buber) (deceased)

Rabbi Isaiah Abraham Buber (b. - 1870)

Ita Donner (Buber) (deceased)

ITZHAK Buber (deceased)

Izidor Buber (deceased)

Jane Buber (Lieberman) (1920 - 2002)

Josef Buber (c.1847 - 1910)

Joseph Dale Buber (1848 - 1899)

Juraj Buber (deceased)

Jurij Buber (1950 - 1998)

Kalman Karl Buber (1848 - 1935)

Martin Buber's parents (Carl Buber and Elise née Wurgast) separated in 1882. For the next ten years, Martin lived with his paternal grandparents. At 14 Martin Buber went back to live with ...

karel BUber (deceased)

Laura Olbert (Buber) (deceased)

Lea Rubinzahl (Buber) (deceased)

Lena Buber (deceased)

Ludwika Ulatowiecka (Buber/Bober) (deceased)

Maks / Max / Majer Buber (c.1850 - 1896)

Marceli Buber (b. - 1943)

Member of the Jewish Council of Lvov. Murdered by the Germans on 4 February 1943 Source The Holocaust - Martin Gilbert, page 532

Margarete Gertroud (Greta) Buber - Neumann (deceased)

Maria Buber (deceased)

Maria Buber (c.1875 - d.)

Marianna Gałązka (Bubr/Buber/Bober) (deceased)

Marie Mester (Buber) (deceased)

Martha Buber (Brooks) (deceased)

Martin Buber (deceased)

Martin Buber (deceased)

Mary Hritz Buber (deceased)

Meir (of Zolkiew) Buber (deceased)

Michal Buber (deceased)

Mikhail Buber (1924 - 2011)

Minna Buber (Halpern) (c.1861 - 1931)

Moses Buber (deceased)

Nelly Braude (Buber) (1894 - d.)

Nely Braude (Buber) (deceased)

Paula Judith Buber (Winkler) (1877 - 1958)

One of the writers for Die Welt was Paula Winkler, a brilliant, aristocratic Roman Catholic. She subsequently was married to Professor Buber (then, in 1901, the Editor of "Die Welt", converting to Juda...

prof. Martin Buber (deceased)

Rafael Buber (1900 - 1990)

Sabina Berta Buber (Brecher) (deceased)

Immigrated to Chile. Later moved to Israel.

Salomon Buber (1827 - 1906)

Death notice in the Neue Freie Presse - Solomon Buber, Galician scholar and editor of Hebrew works, born in Lvov on February 2nd, 1827 and died just short of his eightieth birthday. His father who ...

Sarah Leah Rubinstein (deceased)

Sigmund Buber (deceased)

Sofie Buber (Bach) (b. - 1905)

Sofie Buber (deceased)

Sonia Susanna Wohlmann (Buber) (c.1871 - 1918)

Susanna M Buber (1921 - d.)

susanna m buber (1921 - d.)

William Buber (deceased)

Joseph Zvi Halevi (deceased)

Zlata Falk (Buber) (deceased)