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Lipski [formerly Lobulsk], Israellocked

  • Martin L. Friedland


Lipski [formerly Lobulsk], Israel (1865–1887), convicted murderer, was born Israel Lobulsk in Warsaw, Poland, in 1865. He had three sisters and two older brothers and had a traditional Jewish upbringing. The family was very poor and Israel became apprenticed to a lathe turner. When he was sixteen the Christmas pogrom of 1881 took place in ...

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