Pollak is a surname, and may refer to:

* Burglinde Pollak - German athlete
* Jacob Pollak - founder of the Polish method of halakic
* Joachim Pollak - Jewish Scholar
* Jonathan Pollak - an Israeli anarchist
* Kay Pollak
* Kevin Pollak
* Mimi Pollak
* Otto Pollak

ee also

* Pollack

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  • Pollak — oder Pollák ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Adolf Pollak von Rudin (1817–1884), österreichischer Unternehmer Andreas Pollak (* 1960), deutscher Politiker der Partei Bündnis 90/Die Grünen Arnold Pollak (* 1945), österreichischer Mediziner …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Pollák — Jaroslav Pollák Spielerinformationen Geburtstag 11. Juli 1947 Geburtsort Nižný Medzev, Tschechoslowakei Position Mittelfeldspieler Vereine in der Jugend 1957 1965 VSS Košice …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Pollak — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Pollak est le nom de plusieurs personnes : Adorf Pollak von Rudin (1817 1884), entrepreneur autrichien Burglinde Pollak (*1951), athlète allemande… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Pollak — This surname was one of the earliest German surnames into the United States of America, see below, and is associated with the period of Independence (1771 1783). It was also one of the earliest surnames in Europe, and were it not for the fact… …   Surnames reference

  • Pollak — Pọllak,   Oscar, Pseudonyme O. Paul, Austriacus, österreichischer Publizist, * Wien 7. 10. 1893, ✝ Hinterstoder (Oberösterreich) 28. 8. 1963; war 1931 34 und 1945 bis 1961 Chefredakteur der Wiener »Arbeiter Zeitung«, 1936 45 im Exil (Brüssel,… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Pollak — Pola(c)k …   Wörterbuch der deutschen familiennamen

  • POLLAK, MIKSA — (1868–1944), Hungarian rabbi and historian; born in Beled, Hungary. He was a rabbi in Sopron from 1894 until he was killed in Auschwitz. His main works are Die Juden in Wiener Neustadt (1927, earlier in Hung., 1892) and Die Geschichte der Juden… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • POLLAK, MOSES HA-LEVI — (1845–1888), Hungarian rabbi. Born in Szerdahely, Pollak studied under Judah Aszod and Abraham Samuel Sofer. In 1872 he was appointed rabbi of Bonyhad, where he established a yeshivah which attracted pupils from all parts of Hungary. He was one… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • POLLAK, WALTER HEILPRIN — (1887–1940), U.S. attorney. Born in New Jersey, Pollak was admitted to the New York bar in 1911 and entered private practice in New York City. During World War I he worked on the legal staff of the War Industries Board. He was a special assistant …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • POLLAK, ZALMAN — (1901–1985), cantor, composer, and instructor of cantorial music. Born into a rabbinic family in Patrovosla, then Hungary and later part of Yugoslavia, he studied in a ḥeder, and then in yeshivot, including the Pressburg   yeshivah. He began… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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