MOYSHE SHUSTER (b. October 7, 1911)
He was a journalist, born (with the surname Shusterman) in Yedinets (Edineţ), Bessarabia. He studied at a Hebrew school and with private tutors. He was active in the Jewish labor movement. For a time he lived in Czernowitz and Bucharest. From 1937 he was a political emigrant in France. He took part in the French underground against the Nazis. From 1954 he was an internal contributor to Naye prese (New press) in Paris. He was also a contributor and the last editor of Unzer viln (Our will) in Paris, 4-5 issues per year, with two pages in Yiddish and two pages in French. Pen names: M. Sher, M. Sh., and A Parizer.
Berl Kagan, comp., Leksikon fun yidish-shraybers (Biographical dictionary of Yiddish writers) (New York, 1986), col. 521.