MOYSHE YUNGSHTEYN (June 28, 1914-September 6, 1973)
He was born in Lublin, Poland. Prior to WWII he lived in a string of cities in Volhynia and Poland. He survived the Nazis and left with the Holocaust survivors to Germany, where he was editor of the weekly Af der vakh (On guard), published in Bamberg and Munich. He contributed to Shmerke katsherginski ondenk-bukh (Shmerke Katsherginski remembrance volume) (Buenos Aires, 1956). He lived in Israel and died in Haifa. He worked in the city council of Haifa and wrote from time to time in the Yiddish newspapers in Israel.
Sources: Shmerke katsherginski ondenk-bukh (Shmerke Katsherginski remembrance volume) (Buenos Aires, 1955), p. 430; Y. Gor, in Fun noentn over (New York) 3 (1957), p. 163.