LYUBA PLUDERMAKHER (b. July 28, 1904)
He was born in Vilna, Lithuania. After surviving Nazi concentration camps and ghettos, he came in 1946 to Paris, where he was active in the Jewish cultural realm. He was a Yiddish teacher in the supplementary schools of leftwing Jewish groups. Together with Leyzer Vaynapel, he compiled and edited the school reader for children, 9-14 years of age, entitled Ikh lern yidish (I am studying Yiddish) (Paris, 1947), 171 pp. This book is the first Yiddish textbook published after the war in Paris. He was last living in Paris.
Sources: Noyekh Gris, in Naye prese (Paris) (March 26, 1947); Leksikon fun der nayer yidisher literatur (Biographical dictionary of modern Yiddish literature), vol. 3, under the biography for Leyzer Vaynapel: http://yleksikon.blogspot.com/2016/05/leyzer-vaynapel.html.
Khayim Leyb Fuks
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