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Noach (Nojach) Pryłucki or Noach Prilutski (1 October 1882 in Berdichev – 12 August 1941 in Vilnius) was a Jewish Polish politician from the Folkspartei. He was also a Yiddish linguist, philologist, lawyer and scholar of considerable renown. Pryłucki was a respected attorney and was said to have had "leadership over the scattered (non-Zionist) national clubs, societies, and groups". After Soviet forces took Vilna in January 1941, he was appointed the head of the YIVO Institute. He was murdered by the Gestapo in Vilnius (Wilno) in August 1941.

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  • Noah Pryłucki, auch Noaḥ Prilutsḳi, (geboren 1. Oktober 1882 in Berdytschiw, Russisches Kaiserreich; gestorben 12. August 1941 in Wilna) war ein jiddischer Philologe, Rechtsanwalt und polnischer Politiker der Folkspartei.
  • Noach (Nojach) Pryłucki (jidysz נח פּרילוצקי; ur. 1 października 1882 w Berdyczowie, zm. 1941 lub w 1942 w Wilnie) – polski polityk – fołkista, dziennikarz i adwokat żydowskiego pochodzenia, poseł na Sejm Ustawodawczy i Sejm I kadencji.
  • Ной Германович Прилуцкий (идиш ‏נח פּרילוצקי‏‎ — Ноях (Нойех) Прилуцкий, польск. Noach Pryłucki; 1882, Бердичев — 12 августа 1941, Вильнюс) — польский филолог, фольклорист, политический деятель, журналист. Специалист в области идиша и еврейской этнографии.
  • Noach (Nojach) Pryłucki or Noach Prilutski (1 October 1882 in Berdichev – 12 August 1941 in Vilnius) was a Jewish Polish politician from the Folkspartei. He was also a Yiddish linguist, philologist, lawyer and scholar of considerable renown. Pryłucki was a respected attorney and was said to have had "leadership over the scattered (non-Zionist) national clubs, societies, and groups". After Soviet forces took Vilna in January 1941, he was appointed the head of the YIVO Institute. He was murdered by the Gestapo in Vilnius (Wilno) in August 1941.
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  • Noah Pryłucki, auch Noaḥ Prilutsḳi, (geboren 1. Oktober 1882 in Berdytschiw, Russisches Kaiserreich; gestorben 12. August 1941 in Wilna) war ein jiddischer Philologe, Rechtsanwalt und polnischer Politiker der Folkspartei.
  • Noach (Nojach) Pryłucki (jidysz נח פּרילוצקי; ur. 1 października 1882 w Berdyczowie, zm. 1941 lub w 1942 w Wilnie) – polski polityk – fołkista, dziennikarz i adwokat żydowskiego pochodzenia, poseł na Sejm Ustawodawczy i Sejm I kadencji.
  • Noach (Nojach) Pryłucki or Noach Prilutski (1 October 1882 in Berdichev – 12 August 1941 in Vilnius) was a Jewish Polish politician from the Folkspartei. He was also a Yiddish linguist, philologist, lawyer and scholar of considerable renown. Pryłucki was a respected attorney and was said to have had "leadership over the scattered (non-Zionist) national clubs, societies, and groups". In 1910–1936, Pryłucki was the editor of the Folkist newspaper Warszawer Togblat (The Warsaw Daily), later renamed as Der Moment. In 1916 he was the founder and then became the leader of the Jewish People's Party in Poland (Folkspartei), and was elected the same year at the municipal elections (under German occupation), where the Folkspartei gained 4 seats in Warsaw. In 1918 he became a member of the Provisional Council of State of the Kingdom of Poland. Elected as a member of the Legislative Sejm in 1919, he had to resign his seat because he was not a Polish citizen. After obtaining Polish citizenship, in 1922–1927 he was reelected to the Sejm on the Bloc of National Minorities list. Pryłucki authored numerous books on Yiddish folklore, philology, culture and theatre, published in Warsaw. He once said of Yiddish theatre that it did not arise simultaneously with theatre in other European "national" languages; he conjectured that this was at least in part because the Jewish sense of nationality favoured Hebrew over Yiddish as a "national" language, but few Jews of the period were comfortable using Hebrew outside of a religious/liturgical context. After Soviet forces took Vilna in January 1941, he was appointed the head of the YIVO Institute. He was murdered by the Gestapo in Vilnius (Wilno) in August 1941.
  • Ной Германович Прилуцкий (идиш ‏נח פּרילוצקי‏‎ — Ноях (Нойех) Прилуцкий, польск. Noach Pryłucki; 1882, Бердичев — 12 августа 1941, Вильнюс) — польский филолог, фольклорист, политический деятель, журналист. Специалист в области идиша и еврейской этнографии.
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