Ivan Greenberg, a prominent journalist and Zionist, died here today at the age of 69. He was a former editor of the Jewish Chronicle here.
Born in London, Mr. Greenberg joined the staff of the Jewish Chronicle in 1926 and served as the paper’s editor from 1936 to 1946. He was active in the Revisionist movement and translated the writings of Revisionist leader Menahem Beigin into English.
Mr. Greenberg was the son of Leopold Greenberg, one of the early British Zionists and a collaborator of Theodor Herzl. During the last years of his life, he remained intensely interested in Israel and was connected with Israeli activities in many ways.
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