ELYE PALUSHAK (ELIAS PALUSZAK) (d. February 1964)
From WWI he was living in Germany. He was a heavy laborer. After WWII he was rescued to London, and there he was an active contributor to the journal Loshn un lebn (Language and life) with essays and articles. He died in London. Among the books he published: Shuldik oder nisht shuldik?, der fal fun dr. rudolf kastner (Guilt or innocent? The case of Dr. Rudolf Kasztner) (London, 1955), 32 pp.; Berlin-moskve-yerusholaim, tsaytfragn fun undzer velt (Berlin-Moscow-Jerusalem, real questions for our world) (London, 1956), 51 pp. He also left behind a manuscript of a novel entitled Unter fremde himlen (Under alien skies). Further biographical details remain unknown.
Sources: A. Goldberg, in Loshn un lebn (London) (February 1964); Y. Byetsh, in Loshn un lebn (February 1964).