The Story of the Jewish Legion #2020

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  • Title: The Story of the Jewish Legion
  • Author: Vladimir Jabotinsky
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    1. Vladimir Jabotinsky

      Ze ev Vladimir Jabotinsky was born Vladimir Yevgenyevich Yevnovich Zhabotinsky in Odessa, Russian Empire modern Ukraine into an assimilated Jewish family His father, Yevno Yevgeniy Grigoryevich Zhabotinsky, hailed from Nikopol, Ukraine He was a member of the Russian Society of Sailing and Trade and was primarily involved in wheat trading His mother, Chava Eva Markovna Zach 1835 1926 , came from Berdychiv Jabotinsky s older brother Myron died in childhood His sister, Tereza Tamara Yevgenyevna Zhabotinskaya Kopp, founded a private, female secondary school in Odessa In 1885 the family moved to Germany due to his father s illness, returning a year later after his father s death.Raised in a Jewish middle class home, Jabotinsky was educated in Russian schools Although he studied Hebrew as a child, he wrote in his autobiography that his upbringing was divorced from Jewish faith and tradition Chava Zhabotinskaya opened a store in Odessa selling stationery, and enrolled young Vladimir in the city s gymnasium Jabotinsky did not finish school, having become involved in journalism In 1896 he began writing articles for a major local Russian newspaper, the Odessa Leaflet, and was sent to Italy and Switzerland as a correspondent He also worked with the Odessa News Jabotinsky was a childhood friend of Russian journalist and poet Korney Chukovsky, and attended Chukovsky s 1903 wedding to Maria Goldfeld.Jabotinsky wrote under the pseudonym Altalena swing in Italian also Old Italian in Yiddish His dispatches from Italy earned him recognition as an up and coming Russian language journalist He was a student at the Sapienza University of Rome law school, but did not graduate In the summer of 1901 he returned to Odessa and began working as a journalist at the newspaper Odessa s News Russian Later he edited newspapers in Russian and Hebrew.He married Yohana Galperina in October 1907 They had one child, Eri Jabotinsky, who later became a member of the Irgun inspired Bergson Group Eri Jabotinsky briefly served in the 1st Knesset of Israel he died on June 6, 1969.

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