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GORDON, DAVID — (1831–1886), Hebrew journalist and editor; one of the early supporters of Ḥibbat Zion. Born in Podmerecz near Vilna, he studied in a yeshivah and later turned to Haskalah and took up secular studies. In 1849 he settled in Sergei (Serbei), earning … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Gordon, David — (1831 86) Hebrew journalist and editor. He was born in Podmerecz and settled in Sergei, where he worked as a teacher. In the mid 1850s he emigrated to England, where he taught Hebrew and German. In 1858 he moved to Lyck, where he was assistant … Dictionary of Jewish Biography
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