Bloch, Ivan

(1836-1901)
   Russian pacifist, financier and writer. Born in Radom, Poland, he became a banker and was involved in the construction and operation of the Russian railway system. As a pacifist, he published a study of war; this multi-volume work helped convince Tsar Nicholas II to convene the 1899 Hague Peace Conference. Although he converted to Calvinism, he was concerned with Russian Jewry and campaigned on their behalf. A friend of Theodor Herzl, he introduced him to important Russian authorities.

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  • Ivan Nagel — (born June 28, 1931 in Budapest) is a German theater scientist, critic and former theater director of Hungarian origin.LifeIven Nagel came from a Jewish family who had to disappear because of the Second World War and so survived the Holocaust.… …   Wikipedia

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