B. DUBINSKI (1883-February 1, 1940)
He was born in Ekaterinoslav, into an Orthodox family. After graduating from the local high school, He studied at Kharkov University and later in Berlin. He was a medical doctor by profession. In 1938 he moved to Paris. Over the years 1939-1940, he worked as a leader of OZE (Obschestvo zdravookhraneniia evreev—Society for the Protection of the Health of the Jewish Population) in Riga. He was co-publisher of the Riga Frimorgn (Morning) (1926-1928). He wrote on medical topics. He authored the volume Di higyene fun der froy (Female hygiene). He died in Riga, Latvia.
Sources: Undzer vort (Riga) (February 2, 1940); M. Gerts, 25 yor yidishe prese in letland (25 years of the Yiddish press in Latvia) (Riga, 1933), p. 58.