List of Ukrainian Jews

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List of Ukrainians

Presented below are lists of famous or notable Ukrainian people of Jewish descent and other Jews born in the territory of present-day Ukraine.

Politicians[edit]

Russian/Soviet politicians[edit]

Israeli politicians[edit]

Israeli military persons[edit]

Soldiers and Revolutionaries[edit]

Other Historical figures[edit]

Business figures[edit]

Natural scientists[edit]

Mathematicians[edit]

Social scientists[edit]

Musicians[edit]

Performing and fine artists[edit]

Writers and poets[edit]

Chess players[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Encyclopedia of Ukraine
  2. ^ Russian Jewish Encyclopedia
  3. ^ a b Russian Jewish Encyclopedia
  4. ^ Russian Jewish Encyclopedia
  5. ^ a b FJC | News | A Jewish Renaissance in Russia
  6. ^ "Trotsky was born of Jewish parents in the S Ukraine." "Trotsky, Leon", The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05.
  7. ^ "His father was a prosperous Jewish farmer. After attending a Jewish primary school, Trotsky became a student at a state school in the city of Odesa (Odessa) in 1888..." "Leon Trotsky", Encarta, 2007. Archived 2009-11-01.
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  12. ^ Encyclopædia Britannica: Zinovyev was born to lower middle-class Jewish parents"
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  14. ^ Menachem Begin
  15. ^ Yitzhak BenZvi
  16. ^ Shemuel Dayan
  17. ^ a b Russian Jewish Encyclopedia
  18. ^ Levi Eshkol
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  22. ^ Golda Meir
  23. ^ Online NewsHour: Natan Sharansky - July 22, 1997
  24. ^ Moshe Sharett
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  33. ^ Ze'ev (Vladimir) Jabotinsky
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  42. ^ Bernard Delfont. "Bernard Delfont in Brick Lane". eastlondonhistory.com. Archived from the original on 1 October 2005. 
  43. ^ Producers
  44. ^ Max Levchin likes the edge / Starting another company was the natural thing to do for PayPal co-founder
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  46. ^ Board of Trustees of the Jewish community of Dnepropetrovsk
  47. ^ Krivoy Rog Jewish community Sponsors
  48. ^ Unknown Archived 2008-04-09 at the Wayback Machine.
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  57. ^ Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: "born in Kharkov, Ukraine ... the only child of prosperous Jewish parents"
  58. ^ Jewish Economists
  59. ^ [5] "Jascha Heifetz, Fritz Kreisler, Mischa Elman... were all Jews, too"
  60. ^ [6] "Anthony Federov: I'm like half Christian, half Jewish. I'm like a mix."
  61. ^ Jewish Pianists
  62. ^ Samuil Yevgen´yevich Feinberg (1890‚1962) was regarded as one of the most gifted pianists of his day; his compositions, however, have only recently begun to be heard after many years of silence. His parents were of Jewish origin and in 1894 they moved from Odessa to Moscow.
  63. ^ He was born Samuil Hilels in Odessa to a musical Jewish family; both his parents were musicians.
  64. ^ [7] "Ukrainian Jewish singer is country's star" [8] "A Ukrainian Jewish woman, Tanya Liberman, who performs under the name Tina Karol, came in seventh."
  65. ^ Across the Former Soviet Union Ukrainian Singer with Jewish Roots and New Name Takes Country by Stor, Jewish Telegraphic Agency (23 March 2006)
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  67. ^ Fleeing revolution torn Russia, internationally known pianist Leo Sirota, a Russian Jew, settled in Vienna, where his only child, a daughter, was born. Archived 2009-09-05 at the Wayback Machine.
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  69. ^ All About Jewish Theatre - Abraham Goldfaden : A Theater Pioneer Gets His Due
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  73. ^ Branson Missouri News Article: "Smirnoff, birth name Yakov Naumovich Pokhis, was born in a Jewish family in Odessa, Ukraine". Accessed 30 Oct 2006.
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  77. ^ Levi, Tilda (14 October 2009). "Bir deryaydı Erol Güney". Şalom (in Turkish). Retrieved 26 June 2015. 
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  80. ^ "Shaul Tchernichovsky was born in Mikhailovka, Crimea, and grew up in a religious home that was open to the ideas of the Enlightenment and Zionism. He attended a modern Hebrew school, where he studied mainly Hebrew and Bible, and at ten entered a Russian school."
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