YANKEV-MOYSHE HOFMAN (b. 1911)
He was born in Stanislav (Stanislavov), eastern Galicia. He studied in religious primary school, yeshiva, and secular subjects with private tutors. Until WWII he lived in Delatin (Delatyn), where he worked as a merchant and as a cultural leader. He belonged to a group of young writers, who gathered around the journal Shtegn (Paths) in Stanislav (1931-1935). He published poetry in Lemberger togblat (Lemberg daily newspaper) and Der moment (The moment), and others. He died in the Holocaust in Poland during WWII.
Source: Information from his sister H. Hahn, Brooklyn, New York.