Agron (Agronsky), Gershon
- (1894-1959)Jerusalem editor and mayor, of Ukrainian orign. His family went to the US when he was 13. He settled in Palestine during World War I. In 1932 he became the founder and editor of the Palestine Post. In 1949 he organized and directed the Israel Government Information Services, and later became mayor of Jerusalem.
Dictionary of Jewish Biography. Dan Cohn-Sherbok.
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AGRON (Agronsky), GERSHON — (1894–1959), Israeli journalist and mayor of Jerusalem. Agron was born in Mena, Ukraine, and was brought to the United States as a child. During World War I he served with the jewish legion in Palestine. In 1920–21 he was employed by the Zionist… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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