Goldsmid ist der Familienname folgender Personen:

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  • Goldsmid-Linie, 1871 von Großbritannien festgelegter Grenzverlauf zwischen dem Iran, Afghanistan und Britisch-Indien (heute Pakistan)
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  • Goldsmid-Linie — bezeichnet den 1871 von Großbritannien festgelegten Grenzverlauf zwischen dem Iran, Afghanistan und Britisch Indien (heute Pakistan). Die Goldsmid Linie ist nach dem britischen Generalmajor Frederic Goldsmid benannt, der 1870 von der britischen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • GOLDSMID, ALBERT EDWARD WILLIAMSON — (1846–1904), English soldier. Born at Poona, India, Goldsmid entered the British Army in 1866, reached the rank of colonel in 1894, and served with distinction in the Boer War. Born of a long assimilated family connected with the illustrious… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • GOLDSMID-STERN-SALOMONS, SIR DAVID LIONEL — (1851–1925), British innovator in electronics and automobiles. He was born in London, the son of Philip Salomons (1796–1867) and the nephew of sir david salomons ; his mother was the daughter of jacob montefiore . He was educated at Cambridge and …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Goldsmid Family — (18–19th century)    English Jewish financiers. The history of the Goldsmid family in England starts with Aaron (d. 1782), who came to London from the Netherlands in 1765. His sons Benjamin (1755–1808) and Abraham (1756–1810) became the largest… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Goldsmid, Sir Isaac Lyon, 1st Baronet — ▪ British political activist born Jan. 13, 1778, London died April 27, 1859, London       financier, Britain s first Jewish baronet, whose work for Jewish emancipation in that nation made possible the passage of the Jewish Disabilities Bill of… …   Universalium

  • Goldsmid, Albert Edward Williamson — (1846–1904)    English soldier and Zionist. Born in Poona, India, into an assimilated Anglo Jewish family, Goldsmid became a regular soldier and served as a staff colonel in the Boer War (1899– 1902). He reasserted his Jewish identity in adult… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Goldsmid, Benjamin and Abraham — ▪ British financiers Respectively,   born 1755, Amsterdam died April 15, 1808 born 1756, Amsterdam died Sept. 28, 1810, Morden, Surrey, Eng.       financiers and philanthropists who, as associates of the British prime minister William Pitt the… …   Universalium

  • Goldsmid, Sir Frederick John — ▪ British military officer born May 19, 1818, Milan died Jan. 12, 1908, Brook Green, Hammersmith, Eng.       major general in the British Army who, through negotiations with several Asian countries and supervision of a cross continental… …   Universalium

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