M. GORDON (b. 1909)
He was born in Vilna and graduated as an engineer. In 1922 he was a teacher and lecturer at the Vilna technicum. In 1938 he was a member of the managing committee of the Vilna engineers’ association. He authored a popular book entitled Elektrishe tsentrales (Electrical exchanges), published by the committee of mutual assistance of the Vilna Jewish technicum (Vilna, 1931), 61 pp.; he was possibly also the author of a pamphlet entitled Lomir ale ineynem (Let’s all together) (Warsaw, 1931), 32 pp. In early 1939 he left for Russia. His subsequent career is known.
Sources: Vilner yidisher tekhnikum (Vilna Jewish technicum) 2 (Vilna, 1922); M. Shrayber, in the anthology Vilne (Vilna) (New York, 1935); V. Shuster, in Vilner almanakh (Vilna almanac) (Vina, 1939).