Rabbi Ephraim Zvi Einhorn (1904-24 of Tammuz 1901) was a Rosh Yeshiva and head of a court in the Mstów community in the Province of Silesia, Poland.
Rabbi Ephraim Zvi Einhorn (24 of Tammuz 1901) was a Rosh Yeshiva and head of a court in the Mstów community in the Province of Silesia, Poland.
Remains of his teachings were published in 1957 in the book "She'erit Ephraim-Dov", which also includes remains from the innovations of his son, Rabbi Dov Brish.
He was a disciple of Rabbi Yehoshua of Kutna. Near the age of twenty he moved to Lodz. He tried to engage in the field of wine, and when he had difficulty making a living, he saw it as a sign from heaven that he should remain in the tent of Torah.
Among his students were his son and his successor, Rabbi Dov Brish Einhorn, Rabbi Aryeh Zvi Fromer and Rabbi Shlomo Hanoch HaCohen Rabinowitz of Radomsk.
May the merit of the tzadik Rabbi Ephraim Zvi Einhorn protect us all. Amen