Davis Trietsch

Davis Trietsch (January 4, 1870 – January 31, 1935) was a German-born Jewish writer, publisher, and intellectual who was a leading member of the Zionist movement in the early 20th century.

An attendee at the First Zionist Congress in 1897, Trietsch was a self-described ‘Zionist maximalist’ who advocated immediate settlement throughout ‘Greater Palestine,’ focusing initially on Cyprus and then concentrating on Palestine. Having been born in Dresden, Trietsch traveled throughout Europe as a young man and lived in New York City for most of the 1890s before relocating to Berlin, where he co-founded the magazine Ost und West, the Jüdischer Verlag, and the organization Juedische Orient-Kolonisations-Gesellschaft. Trietsch himself emigrated to Palestine in 1932 and died there a few years later. 

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