NOKHUM (NACHUM, N.) AYBESHITS (b. 1900)
He lived in Warsaw between the two world wars. He translated Friedrich Nietzsche’s Ecce homo as Vi m’vert, vos men iz (Warsaw, 1929), 152 pp.; and of Dionysos-Dithyramben as Dionizos-difirambn (Warsaw, 1929), 49 pp. He died in the Warsaw ghetto.
Sources: Y. Turkov, Azoy is es geven (That’s how it was) (Buenos Aires, 1948), p. 245; Ber Mark, “Umgekumene shrayber fun di getos un lagern” (Murdered writers from the ghettos and camps), Dos naye velt, no. 30 (311) (1949); Literarishe bleter (April 19, 1929).
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