He survived several concentration camps and ultimately was in Auschwitz and Buchenwald. After the war he settled in Brooklyn. He published a book about his experiences, entitled Dos kol fun blut, a megile fun yomer un shoyder (The voice of blood, a discourse of lament and horror) (New York, 1965), 135 pp.
Source: Yitskhok Shmulevitsh, in Forverts (New York) (May 22, 1966).
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