David Bloch-Blumenfeld

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David Bloch-Blumenfeld
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2nd Mayor of Tel Aviv
In office
1925–1927
Preceded by Meir Dizengoff
Succeeded by Meir Dizengoff
Personal details
Born 1880
Motal, Russian Empire (present-day Belarus)
Died 27 November 1947(1947-11-27) (aged 66–67)
Tel Aviv, Mandatory Palestine (present-day Israel)
Political party Poale Zion
Labor Zionism

David Bloch-Blumenfeld (Hebrew: דוד בלוך-בלומנפלד‎; 1880 – 27 November 1947), sometimes simply David Bloch, was one of the leaders of the Labor Zionism movement in Mandate Palestine and mayor of Tel Aviv in 1925–27. Moshav Dovev in northern Israel is named after him.

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