Rosenblum

Rosenblum
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  • Rosenblum — is a surname that refers to: *Adi Rosenblum (b. 1962), Part of the collaborative artist team of Muntean and Rosenblum *Gay Rosenblum Kumar (contemporary), United Nations bureaucrat *Hayley Rosenblum (contemporary), American radio station public… …   Wikipedia

  • Rosenblum — est un nom de famille germanique. L étymologie renvoie à un toponyme allemand signifiant la colline de roses (Rosen), ainsi qu à quelques patronymes prussiens. La symbolique de la rose est très appréciée des communautés Ashkénaze et de nombreuses …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Rosenblum — ist der Familienname von Adi Rosenblum (* 1962), israelisch österreichischer Künstler Arnold Josef Rosenblum, siehe Arnold Rosé Heinrich Rosenblum (1892–1938), jüdisches Opfer der SA in Bremen am 10. November 1938 Mendi Rosenblum, siehe Mendi… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Rosenblum — In its basic form as Rose this very old German surname is one of the very first on record. As a compound with two or more elements it is what is known as ornamental , in that whilst it translates literally as one who resided by a place or area of …   Surnames reference

  • ROSENBLUM, FRANK — (1887–1973), U.S. labor leader. Born in New York, Rosenblum moved with his family to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he learned the trade of cloth cutting and joined Local 110 of the United Garment Workers (UGW). In 1908 he settled in Chicago… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ROSENBLUM, HERZL — (1903–1991), Israeli journalist. Born in Latvia, Rosenblum studied law at the University of Vienna. An associate of Ze ev jabotinsky , he made aliyah in 1935, after which he worked as a journalist on the Revisionist newspaper Ha Boker. He was a… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ROSENBLUM, SIGMUND GEORGIEVICH — (known as Sidney Reilly and often referred to as Reilly, Ace of Spies ; 1874–1925?), British spy. Born in Bedzin, Russian Poland, as Shlomo ben Hirsh Rozenblum (and a descendant of the Vilna Gaon), Rosenblum came to London around 1895, and from… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Rosenblum Cup — is Open Teams event held every four years as part of the World Bridge Championships. The event was added to the world championships in New Orleans in 1978 to commemorate Julius Rosenblum, who served as president of the World Bridge Federation… …   Wikipedia

  • Rosenblum Bernard — Bernard Rosenblum Pour les articles homonymes, voir Rosenblum. Bernard Rosenblum, Maître Artisan d Art Bernard Rosenblum (né à Paris en 1927, décédé en 2007) est un Maître Artisa …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Rosenblum, Pnina — (1954 )    A former model and millionaire owner of her own line of cosmetics. She led her own political party, the Tnufa Party, into the May 1999 Knesset election for the 15th Knesset. The Tnufa Party did not win a Knesset seat, failing to meet… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Rosenblum — n. family name …   English contemporary dictionary

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