AVROM PSHEDBORSKI (A. PSZEDBORSKI) (1912-July 14, 1975)
He was born in Radom, Poland. He attended religious elementary school, later a Polish school. He became a publisher. He spent the years of WWII in the Soviet Union. Over the years 1946-1949, he lived in Stuttgart, Germany, and from there he moved to Australia. He contributed poetry to the survivors’ press in Germany. He also published a chapter of memoirs from WWII to a publication out of Stuttgart. In book form: Lider (Poems) (Stuttgart, 1948), 32 pp. He died in Melbourne.
Sources: Meylekh Ravitsh, in Yorbukh (Yearbook), vol. 2 (New York: Yidish bikher rat, 1949-1950), p. 108; Hersh Berger, in Pinkes (New York) 1 (1965), p. 289
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