Soviet City Names Street After Jewish Resistance Hero

A street in Pinsk, a Soviet city occupied by the Germans in World War II, has been named for Sasha Berkowich, a Jewish resistance hero, it was reported here today from Moscow.

Berkowich was secretary of the underground committee in Pinsk during the occupation. He was a member of an underground unit which clashed with a Nazi detachment. After using most of his ammunition, he killed himself with his last bullet.

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