Montor, Henry

(1905-82)
   American Zionist, of Canadian origin. He was assistant editor of the journal New Palestine from 1926 to 1930. He served with the United Palestine Appeal (1930-9), and was then executive vice-president and chief executive of the American Financial and Development Corporation for Israel.

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