FROYM-FISHL MAMET (April 1, 1913-1989)
He was born in Ludmir (Volodymyr Volyns’kyi; Pol., Włodzimierz), Volhynia. He came from a Hassidic family. He studied in religious elementary school and in the yeshivas of Mir and Baranovitsh, and he graduated from a Polish high school. He spent WWII in Soviet Russia, later joining the refugees in Munich, and from late 1947 he was in the state of Israel. He wrote articles for: Dos yudishe togblat (The Jewish daily newspaper) in Warsaw; Dos vort (The word) in Vilna; Idishe shtime (Jewish voice) and Unzer veg (Our way) in Munich; Letste nayes (Latest news) in Tel Aviv, with a column on the weekly portion read in synagogue; Unzer vort (Our word) in Paris (from 1973); Di shtime (The voice) in Mexico City; and Hatsofe (The spectator) in Tel Aviv. He used the pseudonym: A. Sh. Raziel.
Berl Kagan, comp., Leksikon fun yidish-shraybers (Biographical dictionary of Yiddish writers) (New York, 1986), cols. 362-63.