Alfonz Luzsénszky

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Alfonz Luzsénszky-s talmud translation

Alfonz Luzsénszky *13. January, 1876, Budapest, +after 1946 ) Journalist. He was a monk first in the Servita order. He was released because of illness. He became journalist and he also developed medicine from plants.

He translated the parts of talmud, that are interesting for christs. 1924 Jews processed him for racist hatred, however, in the process experts stated, that his translation is completely correct, he did not add anything to the text or did not cut it purposedly.

After 1945 the bolshevistic Jews becoming power, processed him again and he was convicted to 10 years prison for his talmud-translation. It is not known, when and how he died.

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