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Isaac Dov Berkowitz

3.6/5 (5 ratings)
Born
October 15 1885
Died
2828 03 19671967
Isaac Dov Berkowitz was born in Slutsk, Russian Empire. He immigrated to Mandatory Palestine in 1928.

Berkowitz's first short story, On the eve of Yom Kippur , was published in the Warsaw Hebrew newspaper HaTzofe in 1903. In 1905, Berkowitz moved to Vilna, where he worked as an editor for HaZman. It was there that he met and later married Sholom Aleichem's daughter in 1906.

In 1910, Berkowitz published his first Collected stories and soon thereafter he began to translate Sholom Aleichem's writings from Yiddish into Hebrew. Two years later, he translated Leo Tolstoy's Childhood from Russian into Hebrew. Berkowitz emigrated to the United States on the eve of the First World War, and in 1916 he founded and became editor of HaToren. Four years later, he became the editor of Miklat.

After arriving in Palestinian Mandate in 1928, he co-edited the weekly newspaper Moznayim with Fishel Lachower, while also adapting to the stage several of Sholom Aleichem's plays for Habima Theater.

Isaac Dov Berkowitz

3.6/5 (5 ratings)
Born
October 15 1885
Died
2828 03 19671967
Isaac Dov Berkowitz was born in Slutsk, Russian Empire. He immigrated to Mandatory Palestine in 1928.

Berkowitz's first short story, On the eve of Yom Kippur , was published in the Warsaw Hebrew newspaper HaTzofe in 1903. In 1905, Berkowitz moved to Vilna, where he worked as an editor for HaZman. It was there that he met and later married Sholom Aleichem's daughter in 1906.

In 1910, Berkowitz published his first Collected stories and soon thereafter he began to translate Sholom Aleichem's writings from Yiddish into Hebrew. Two years later, he translated Leo Tolstoy's Childhood from Russian into Hebrew. Berkowitz emigrated to the United States on the eve of the First World War, and in 1916 he founded and became editor of HaToren. Four years later, he became the editor of Miklat.

After arriving in Palestinian Mandate in 1928, he co-edited the weekly newspaper Moznayim with Fishel Lachower, while also adapting to the stage several of Sholom Aleichem's plays for Habima Theater.

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