Vitali Hakko

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Vitali Hakko (İstanbul b. 1913 – d. 10 December 2007) was a Turkish Jewish businessman, founder of the Vakko clothing business.[1][2]

He was laid to rest at the Ulus Sephardi Jewish Cemetery in Istanbul following the religious funeral ceremony held at the Neve Shalom Synagogue.[3] He was survived by his son Cem Hakko.[4]

References

  1. Rifat Bali Model Citizens of the State: The Jews of Turkey during the ... 2012 - Page 477 "Adnan Kahveci was Minister of Finance; Vitali Hakko (1913–2007) was a Jewish businessman and one of the"
  2. Yalçın Küçük Tekeliyet: ansiklopedi 2003 - Volume 1 - Page 421 "Bu tarih sorulanndan sonra, "cem" adına gelebiliriz; sabetayistlerin ve Ya- hudiler'in, Cem Hakko var, "cem" adına düşkünlükleri hâlâ tatminkar çözümünü bulamadığım bilmecelerden birisidir; Cem Boyner'i, Cem Uzan'ı ve sa- betayist bir baba ..."
  3. "Türkiye moda devini uğurladı". Hürriyet (in Turkish). 2007-12-12. Retrieved 2013-10-28.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
  4. Jürgen Gottschlich, Dilek Zaptcioglu Istanbul. Con atlante stradale 2011 Page 19 "Uomini d'affari ebrei come Ishak Alaton, che opera nel campo dell'elettronica, e l'imperatore della moda Cem Hakko (Vakko) sono attualmente tra i personaggi più noti di İstanbul. Gli armeni furono decimati dalle persecuzioni del 1915 ..."