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educator , writer

Herman Taube, Polish, American writer, educator. Certified teacher, New York. Board directors Histadrut Foundation, Baltimore, 1965-1968, Washington, 1968-1970; member Democratic National Committee, Washington, since 1992; board directors Capitol Camps, Rockville, Maryland, since 1994, Montgomery County Commission on the Humanities, 1990-1994; member festival committee Rockville Jewish Community Center, since 1986.

Background

Taube, Herman was born on February 2, 1918 in Lodz, Poland. Came to the United States, 1947. Son of Aaron and Miriam Mandel.

Education

Master of Arts, American University, 1978.

Career

Correspondent Baltimore Washington editions The Juris Doctor Forward, since 1948. Director community development United Jewish Appeal Federation Greater Washington, 1970-1990. Member faculty College Jewish Studies, Rockville, Maryland, since 1982.

Instructor department Jewish studies American University, Washington, 1986-1992. United States Congress correspondent Algemeiner Journal, New York, 1983-1991. White House correspondent The Forward Newspaper, since 1992.

Member advisory board United States Holocaust Museum, Washington, 1982-1989.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher, New York.

Works

Membership

Board directors Histadrut Foundation, Baltimore, 1965-1968, Washington, 1968-1970. Member Democratic National Committee, Washington, since 1992. Board directors Capitol Camps, Rockville, Maryland, since 1994, Montgomery County Commission on the Humanities, 1990-1994.

Member festival committee Rockville Jewish Community Center, since 1986.

Connections

father:
Aaron Mandel

mother:
Miriam Mandel