Grusenberg, Oscar Osipovich
- (1866–1940)Russian lawyer. As a brilliant St Petersburg trial lawyer, Grusen-berg championed political and civil liberties. The highlight of his career was the successful conduct of the defence in the BEILIS blood libel case of 1913. In 1929, when he was living in exile, he was a member of the Jewish Agency Council on behalf of Latvian Jewry.
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GRUSENBERG, OSCAR OSIPOVICH — (1866–1940), advocate in Russia also active in Jewish communal affairs, born in Yekaterinoslav. After completing his legal studies at the University of Kiev in 1889, he was invited to prepare for a professorship at the university on the condition … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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