AVROM SLUKHOVSKI (ABRASHA SLUCHOWSKI) (b. May 5, 1907)
He was born in Loshits (Losice), Shedlets (Siedlce) region, Poland. He studied in religious elementary school. He left for Warsaw and became a knitter. In late 1939 he escaped to Minsk. In 1943 he fled from the Minsk ghetto to join the partisans. In 1946 he came to Paris. In book form: Fun geto in di velder (From the ghetto to the woods) (Paris: Oyfsnay, 1975), 217 pp., which also appeared in French in 1979.
Source: B. Grin, in Morgn-frayhayt (New York) (February 29, 1979).
Berl Kagan, comp., Leksikon fun yidish-shraybers (Biographical dictionary of Yiddish writers) (New York, 1986), col. 406.
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