Daniil Samoilovich Pasmanik ( 1869 , Gadyach - 1930 , Paris ) - Russian journalist and public figure of Jewish origin, doctor, privat-docent of the medical faculty of the University of Geneva ( 1899 - 1905 ), activist of the Zionist movement.
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He graduated from the medical faculty of the University of Zurich, worked as a doctor in Bulgaria, in 1899-1905. - Associate Professor, School of Medicine, University of Geneva. Since 1905 he lived in Russia, member Central Committee of the Zionist Party (1906-17). An employee of the magazines " Jewish Life ", "Dawn", the author of works on medicine.
In the years 1915-17. - Doctor of a field hospital during the First World War. Since 1917 - member The Central Committee of the Cadet Party. Member of the White movement .
On February 20, 1917, seriously ill patients were taken to the Yalta hospital. March 3 this year, joined the Constitutional Democratic Party and sided with its right wing. In Yalta, he edited the Yalta Voice , and after moving to Simferopol, he edited the Tavricheskiy Golos provincial newspaper of the cadets. He was an opponent of the power of the Soviets and the Provisional Government , supported Kornilovsky putsch . Assisted General M.V. Alekseev in the fight against Bolshevism. He lived in Crimea until April 3, 1919  .
In France since 1919. Editor (together with V. L. Burtsev ) of the newspaper "General business". The author of the article “What are we trying to achieve?”, Published in the collection “Russia and the Jews” (Berlin, 1924 ), and many other works.
- "Revolutionary years in the Crimea." Paris, 1926. 212 p.
- "What is Judaism?"
- V.I. Korolev, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of Donetsk State University of Economics and Trade named after M.I. Tugan-Baranovsky. CRIMEA 1917 IN MEMORIES OF LEADERS OF THE CADET PARTY // Journal "Historical Heritage of Crimea". - 2006. - No. 15 .
- The Pasmanik Daniel article in the Jewish Electronic Encyclopedia