Landau, Judah Loeb (Leo)
- (1866–1942)South African rabbi. Landau, who hailed from Galicia, became chief rabbi in Johannesburg, South Africa (1915), and professor of Hebrew at Witwatersrand University. He wrote Hebrew drama and poetry.
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