Daniel Auster

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Daniel Auster

Daniel Auster (Hebraice דניאל אוסטר natus in Galicia tunc ad Imperium Austro-Hungaricum pertinente die 7 Maii 1893; mortuus die 13 Februarii 1962) fuit rerum politicarum peritus Israelianus qui primus Iudaeus Hierosolymae urbis praefectus fuit.


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Praefecti urbis Hierosolymorum
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Praefecti urbis Hierosolymorum:
Imperium Ottomanicum (1517–1917) Musa al-Alami (NA) • Ahmad Agha Duzdar Al-Asali (1838-1863) • Abdelrahman al-Dajani (1863–82) • Salim al-Husayni (1882–97) • Yousef al-Khalidi (1899–1907) • Faidi al-Alami (1907–09) • Hussein al-Husayni (1909–17)

Palaestina (mandatum Britannicum) (1917–48) Aref al-Dajani (1917–18) • Musa al-Husayni (1918–20) • Raghib al-Nashashibi (1920–34) • Hussein al-Khalidi (1934–37) • Daniel Auster (1937–38) • Mustafa al-Khalidi (1938–44) • Daniel Auster (1944–45)

Hierosolymorum regio occidentalis (Israel) (1949–67) Daniel Auster (1949–50) • Zalman Shragai (1951–52) • Yitzhak Kariv (1952–55) • Gershon Agron (1955–59) • Mordechai Ish-Shalom (1959–65) • Teddy Kollek (1965–67)

Hierosolymorum regio orientalis (Iordania) (1949–67) Anwar al-Khatib (1948–50) • Aref al-Aref (1950–51) • Hannah Atallah (1951–52) • Omar Wa'ari (1952–55) • Ruhi al-Khatib (1957–67) • Amin al-Majaj (1967–99) (titular)

Israel (1967–) Teddy Kollek (1967–93) • Ehud Olmert (1993–2003) • Uri Lupolianski (2003–08) • Nir Barkat (2008–)