KHAYIM-MEYER ROZENBLAT (b. February 16, 1911)
Born in Kovle (Kovel), Volhynia, he received a traditional Jewish education. He graduated from high school and studied philosophy and history at Warsaw University. From 1947 he was living in Paris. He debuted in print in Kovler shtime (Voice of Kovel) in 1929. He contributed historical works to: Moment (Moment) and Bleter far geshikhte (Pages for history), vol. 2—both in Warsaw; Kiem (Existence) in Paris; Kovel, sefer edut vezikaron likehilatenu sheala aleha hakoret (Kovel, a volume of testimony and remembrance for our community that was burnt down) (Tel Aviv, 1956/1957); Almanakh (Almanac) (Paris, 1962). In Paris he also wrote for: Unzer vort (Our word) and Unzer veg (Our way). He had prepared for publication a volume of essays. His pen names include: M. Ben-Mikhl and M. Firmikh.
Dr. Noyekh Gris