This Day in Jewish History 1910: ‘Trashy’ Yiddish Playwright of Dubious Character Dies

Did Moshe Horowitz really convert to Christianity, or was that an evil tale spread by his haters? Whatever the case, he didn’t mind utilizing the rumor for his own ends.

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On March 4, 1910, the Yiddish playwright Moshe Horowitz, who did not cavil at pleasing the masses, died in New York at the age of 76.