Pincus, Louis Arieh
- (1912-73)Israeli lawyer and Zionist, of South African Origin. In 1948 he moved to Israel where he became a legal adviser and general secretary to the ministry of transportation. Later he was appointed managing director of El Al. In 1961 he became a member of the executive of the Jewish Agency. He was acting chairman of the 27th Zionist Congress, and served as chairman of the board of governors of Tel Aviv University.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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PINCUS, LOUIS ARIEH — (Louis Abraham; 1912–1973), Zionist leader. Born in South Africa, Pincus practiced law from 1934 to 1948. He was chairman of the South African Zionist Socialist Party and co founder of Habonim in the country. He was also vice chairman of the… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Pincus, Louis Arieh — (1912–73) Israel Zionist leader. Born in South Africa, Pincus practised law there before settling in Israel in 1948. He was managing director of El Al (1949–56), treasurer of the Jewish Agency Executive from 1961 and its chairman from 1966. He … Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament
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