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Jacob Meyer Levy (Hebrew: יעקב מאיר לוי Ya'akov Me'ir Levi; May 14, 1894 – September 8, 1956) was an Israeli educator, historian, translator and writer.Born in the Ukrainian village of Nesolon (then in the Russian Empire) to a religious Jewish family. At the early age of 12 he was studying at the Novograd-Volynsky Yeshiva (usually attended by much older students) but at the age of 19 he became an ardent Zionist and immigrated to Ottoman Palestine. In 1914 he enrolled at the Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium, where he studied for two years (grades X and XI). In 1916, presented with the choice of becoming an Ottoman citizen or being deported back to Ukraine, he chose the former and was promptly drafted into the Ottoman army and sent, along with his classmates, to officers' school in Istanbul. Following World War I he led a school for abandoned children, war orphans in Turkey. In 1925, after completing his studies at the Sorbonne in Paris, he was invited by the Jewish Consistory of Bulgaria to be the superintendent of the Jewish schools in Bulgaria.
Rok wydania: 1883 Wydawnictwo: Wydawnictwo Band Stan: UżywanaRodzaj okładki: Miękka Wymiar: 20x36cm Ilość stron: 735 Waga: 1 kg TIN: T00703651