ALEKSANDER ZISKIND PUNYANSKI
He was born in Bialystok. He studied in religious elementary school and in a Hebrew high school. From 1918 he was living in London, where he was a contributor to the editorial board of ITA (Jewish Telegraphic Agency) and secretary of Haolam (The world). In 1934 he became editor of Di post (The mail) in London, for which he wrote daily editorials. He published correspondence pieces and articles in a variety of newspapers in New York, Warsaw, the land of Israel, and also in Bialystok’s Unzer lebn (Our life). No further information is available.
Sources: Byalistoker leksikon (Bialystok handbook) (Bialystok, 1935); A. Sh. Hershberg, in Pinkes byalistok (Records of Bialystok) (New York) 1 (1949), p. 422.