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Noah Meisel

Noah Meisel (1891–1956) was a Jewish Bundist politician and doctor in Latvia. He worked in the Latvian Department of Health.[1] Meisel, also a Daugavpils city council member, was elected for the Bund in the three first Latvian Parliament in 1922, 1925 and 1928, but was not reelected in 1931.[2]

Meisel was arrested and deported by the Soviet authorities after the Soviet annexation of Latvia in 1940. He died in Northern Russia in 1956.[1]


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