Danon Dr Jakov - Jadovno 1941.


Danon Dr Jakov - Jadovno 1941.

decreased because of moving away mostly because of further education of the youth to

Sarajavo, Belgrade, Zagreb as well as business opportunities in other cities, so the war found

them in those cities.

City 1879 1885 1895. 1910. 1930. 1941. Killed

. .

Doboj 13 18 46 101 124 105 93%

Mirko Jeleč, the journalist from Doboj, in

the local papers "Glas Komune" No. 1645 as of

29.8.1989, had an interview with Josip Elazar, a

native from Doboj stated that the life and work of

the Jews from Doboj, between two world wars,

were running and reflecting in existence of big

Jewish families, the tradesmen - brothers Pesah,

Joze f and Albert who came to this area from the

Direction of Derventa that was much more

developed compared to Doboj; the tradesmen Isak

Levi, Salamon Elazar, the printing official Moric Trinki, the Engineer Zadik Danon, the

Agricultural Mordo Atijas, the Tradesman L. Levi, the Bank Clerk Emil Abelsberg, the

Innkeeper Adolf Icković Vojislav, Dr. Ileš, Engineer Mojsije Levi, the Tradesmen Majera The

house of Pesah brothers, before WII and Santa Altarac, the Innkeeper Jakob Flajšerthe whole

sale Tradesman Vatroslav Pub Angelus, the Tradesman Majer Jozef and Albert Pesah, The

Teacher Albert Vajs the Tradesman Leopold Renert and Isidor Finci, Jakica Finci - the Pesah

Brothers’ employee for wholesale of tobacco. It is assumed that thebuilding next to it

belonged to Pesah’s because the Jew Leopold Renart the Tradesman for Constructing

Material lived on the ground floor; Avram Ozmo the owner of the cinema, Max Griza the

owner of the first the Pesah brothers’ working environment hotel, the Jew A. Icković who had

a famous inn "Kod Cice" within his ground floor house; he had a garden where the theatre

plays were performed. The inn was destroyed during the Allies bombing of Doboj in the year

of 1944. Josip and Tereza Angelus were trading fruits and vegetables and they had a

partnership with a Serb Dojčin Petrović with whom he shared a one-floor house and the

additional business premise as well.

Moric Trinki owned a printing office

located on the ground floor of his house whilst he

lived with his family on the first floor. He was

married to a sister of the rich brothers Pesah. The

printing office Trinki Moric was opened in Doboj

in 1930 and operated in smaller capacity and

worked under the name "Trinki Moric" that printed

various documents, leaflets, posters and programs

for Doboj newspapers. After the war it was

renamed - "Narodna Štamparija" (Engl. Public

Printing Office). 154

Abelsberg was the Jew, the first Director of

the Credit Bank in Doboj. There was a building

owned by the Bank in which the plums were dried.

According to our resource, the building on the Usora, Sarajevska Street (Nikola Tesla)

was an inn known as "Kod Špinke" (engl "at Špinko’s") who was the Jew, his origins were

from Germany.

154 Đorđe Pejanović, Printing Offices in Bosnia and Herzegovina from 1529 to 1951, Doboj


Printing Office Moric Trinki

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