Jabotinsky, Vladimir

(1880, Odesa, Imperio ruso–3 ago. 1940, cerca de Hunter, N.Y., EE.UU.).

Líder sionista ruso y fundador del movimiento sionista revisionista. Se convirtió en un conocido periodista y editorialista, y en 1903 ya exponía sobre el sionismo. En 1920 organizó y dirigió la Haganá, una milicia judía. Sionista revisionista, defendió con vehemencia la creación de un estado judío al este y oeste del río Jordán. See also Irgún Tzevaí Leumí.

Enciclopedia Universal. 2012.

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  • JABOTINSKY, VLADIMIR — (Ze ev; 1880–1940), Zionist activist, soldier, orator, writer and poet; founder of the jewish legion during World War I. Jabotinsky greatly influenced a large section of the Jewish people and as head of the betar   movement was the undisputed… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Jabotinsky, Vladimir (Ze’ev) — (1880–1940)    Zionist leader and founder of the Revisionist movement. Jabotinsky was the most controversial figure in the pre State Zionist movement. He was gifted in exposition, bold and imaginative in his ideas, and had great energy and charm …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Jabotinsky, Vladimir — born 1880, Odessa, Russian Empire died Aug. 3, 1940, near Hunter, N.Y., U.S. Russian Zionist leader and founder of the Zionist Revisionist movement. He became a popular journalist and editorialist and by 1903 was expounding Zionism. In 1920 he… …   Universalium

  • Jabotinsky, Vladimir Ze'ev — (1880 1940)    Born in Odessa, Russia, Jabotinsky was the founder of the World Union of Zionist Revisionists in 1925, which later branched off into the New Zionist Organization. The union advocated the establishment of a Jewish state, increased… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • Jabotinsky, Vladimir — (1880 1940)    Russian Zionist leader, soldier and writer. Born in Odessa, he first worked as a foreign correspondent in Berne and Rome. After returning to Odessa, he formed a Jewish self defence group there. During World War I he advocated the… …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • Jabotinsky — Vladimir Jabotinsky Zeev Vladimir Jabotinsky Zeev Vladimir Jabotinsky (Жаботинский, Владимир Евгеньевич, Jabotinsky Vladimir Evgenevich), né en Ukraine le 18 octobre 1880 et décédé le 4 août 1940, était un leader de l aile droite du mouvement… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Vladimir Jabotinsky — Zeev Vladimir Jabotinsky Zeev Vladimir Jabotinsky (Жаботинский, Владимир Евгеньевич, Jabotinsky Vladimir Evgenevich), né en Ukraine le 18 octobre 1880 et décédé le 4 août 1940, était un leader de l aile droite du mouvement sioniste et le… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Vladimir — /vlad euh mear /; Russ. /vlu dyee mirdd/, n. 1. Saint. Also, Vladimir I, Wladimir. (Vladimir the Great)A.D. c956 1015, first Christian grand prince of Russia 980 1015. 2. a city in the W Russian Federation in Europe, E of Moscow. 343,000. 3. a… …   Universalium

  • Vladimir — ► C. de Rusia, cap. de la prov. homónima, junto al río Kljazma, al NE de Moscú; 350 000 h. Ind. textil, química, mecánica y alimentaria. * * * (as used in expressions) Bechterev, Vladimir (Mijáilovich) Horowitz, Vladimir Jabotinsky, Vladimir… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Vladimir Jabotinsky — Wladimir Zeev Jabotinsky Wladimir Zeev Jabotinsky (hebräisch: זאב ז בוטינסקי, russisch: Владимир (Зеэв) Евгеньевич Жаботинский; * 18. Oktober 1880 in Odessa; † 8. August 1940 in Hunter[1], USA) war ein führender …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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