Friedmann, David Aryeh
- (1889-1957)Israeli critic and editor. After studying medicine at Moscow University, he emigrated to Palestine in 1925, where he practised ophthalmology. He published studies on Hebrew and world literature, art criticism, and the history of Jewish medicine.
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