Bessarabian Jews: Lewis Milestone, Ben Gold, Alexandru Nicolschi, William F. Friedman, Sholom Schwartzbard, Iona Yakir, Z'ev ben Shimon Halevi

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9781157548652: Bessarabian Jews: Lewis Milestone, Ben Gold, Alexandru Nicolschi, William F. Friedman, Sholom Schwartzbard, Iona Yakir, Z'ev ben Shimon Halevi
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 50. Chapters: Lewis Milestone, Ben Gold, Alexandru Nicolschi, William F. Friedman, Sholom Schwartzbard, Iona Yakir, Z'ev ben Shimon Halevi, Iosif Chi?inevschi, Yankev Shternberg, Werthein Family, Lee Krasner, Hayim Greenberg, Meir Dizengoff, History of the Jews in Moldova, Samuel Bronfman, Martin Abern, Robert Frimtzis, Sam Zemurray, Mikhoel Felsenbaum, Gary Bertini, Yehuda Leib Maimon, Boris Katz, Giora Feidman, Nachum Gutman, Idel Ianchelevici, Grégoire Michonze, Haia Lif?i?, Yvonne Jospa, Lev Berg, Alexander Frumkin, Avraham Granot, Leonid Soybelman, Joseph Rabinowitz, Mona May Karff, Grigore Singurel, Ada Maimon, David Kessler, Nadejda Grinfeld, Baruch Kamin, Zvi Guershoni, Abraham Baratz, David Solomon Eibenschutz, Jewish gauchos, Sacha Moldovan, Maurice Raizman, Robert Steinberg, Jacobo Fijman, Briceva, Nissan Spivak. Excerpt: Benjamin Gold (1898-1985) was an American labor leader who was prosecuted for his communist political views under McCarthyism. He was president of the International Fur and Leather Workers Union from 1937 to 1955. Ben Gold was born September 8, 1898 to Israel and Sarah (Droll) Gold, Jews living in Bessarabia, a province of the Russian Empire. His father was a jeweler, active in the revolutionary movement and a member of the local Jewish self-defense corps, institutions which existed in many towns as a precaution against pogroms launched by anti-semitic Black Hundreds groups. The Golds emigrated to the United States in 1910, where 12-year-old Ben took a variety of jobs to help support his family, working in box factories, making pocketbooks, and working in millinery shops. He eventually became an operator in a fur shop. In 1912, the 14-year-old joined the Furriers Union of the United States and Canada, which changed its name a year later to the International Fur Workers Union of the United States and C...

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