MIRON NAKHIMZOHN (“SPEKTATOR”) (b. 1880)
He hailed from Libave (Liepāja), Courland. In 1910 he served as a Bundist delegate to the eighth congress of the Socialist International in Copenhagen. He was an editorial board contributor (1916-1917), together with Libman Hersh and Dovid Eynhorn, to the Geneva journal Di fraye shtime (The free voice), in which he published articles under the pen name “Spektator.” He published in Di tsukunft (The future) in New York (1920-1922) a series of essays on political and economic issues in the countries of Europe. Further information remains unknown.