MEYER NAVRONSKI (b. November 19, 1914)
He was born in Riga. He spent WWII in Memel (Klaipėda) and Kovno. After the war, he was in Camp Feldafing near Munich and in Munich itself. He published articles in the survivors’ press, such as in Yidishe velt (Jewish world). He was the editor of camp newspapers: Dos fraye vort (The free word) and Untervegs (Pathways)—in Romanized Yiddish.
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