Remez (Drabkin), Moshe David
- (1886–1951)Israel politician. Remez’ career followed the general pattern of the Second Aliyah. He belonged to the Poele Zion in Russia, settled in Palestine in 1913 and worked as an agricultural labourer there for five years. During the Mandatory period he emerged as a prominent figure in the Jewish labour movement, and served as secretary-general of the Histadrut (labour union) from 1935–45. From 1944–8 he was chairman of the Va’ad Leumi (the Jewish National Council). He was minister of transport in the first Israel government and was later minister of education.
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REMEZ (Drabkin), MOSHE DAVID — (1886–1951), labor leader in the Jewish yishuv and Israeli politician, member of the First Knesset. Born in Kopys in the Mohilev district in Belorussia, Remez attended a ḥeder, and then studied at a gymnasium in the town of Yeltz. He was a member … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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ZIONIST SOCIALIST WORKERS' PARTY — (or SS, the initials of Zionists Socialists in Russian), territorialist group in Russia founded at a conference held (interrupted as a result of the arrests of its participants) in Odessa, in January–February 1905. The party was the outcome of… … Encyclopedia of Judaism