No man controls the will to retain the spirit, and there is no ruling on the day of death; neither is there discharge in war, nor will wickedness save the one who practices it.

Kohelet 8:8

Aaron Shmuel Ben Tsvi-Hersh Kogan

Aaron Shmuel Ben Tsvi-Hersh Kogan

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    Technical
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    • technical designer,
    • technologist,
    • agriculturalist, etc.
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    Whoever did not know him closely and did not have the opportunity to speak with him cannot have any concept of what Jewish humor, Jewish wit and cleverness, are. A smile always spread over his face. And he used to do away with his greatest problems, his worst ordeals, with a joke and a smile. He was brought up by a father who was a teacher, a great pauper, who studied with him. He received his first secular knowledge, like other intellectuals from the old-fashioned kheyder, from the old and new Hebrew literature. However, when he was 20 years old, he traveled to Odessa. There he studied watch-making and became acquainted, moreover, with modern currents of the new Yiddish literature, of which he became an ardent follower. Before the World War he returned to Proskurov, where he worked as a watchmaker, and took a quite significant role in all communal affairs.
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    https://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Khmelnytskyy/khm048.html

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Aaron Shmuel Ben Tsvi-Hersh Kogan

(about 1889about 1889 Gregorian
about 1888 Julian
about 5649 Hebrew
, Proskurov - March, 1919March, 1919 Gregorian
February, 1919 Julian
Adar, 5679 Hebrew
, Proskurov)


(about 1862about 1862 Gregorian
about 1861 Julian
about 5622 Hebrew
, Proskurov - February 15, 1919February 15, 1919 Gregorian
February 2, 1919 Julian
Adar 15, 5679 Hebrew
, Proskurov)


(about 1867about 1867 Gregorian
about 1866 Julian
about 5627 Hebrew
, Proskurov - February 15, 1919February 15, 1919 Gregorian
February 2, 1919 Julian
Adar 15, 5679 Hebrew
, Proskurov)


(about 1896about 1896 Gregorian
about 1895 Julian
about 5656 Hebrew
, Proskurov - )


(19191919 Gregorian
1918 Julian
5679 Hebrew
- )

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