YEDIDYE-BERL SHTREYMAN (b. Ḥeshvan [= November] 1892)
He was a poet, born in Godev (Godów), near Radom, Poland. He was a butcher his whole life. He published two volumes of poetry: Herbst-layden (Autumns sorrows) (Warsaw, 1914); and In di flamen (In the flames) (Radom, 1920). In his journal Naye vintn (new winds) (Radom) 4 (1926-1927), he published stories about the life of butchers. He brought out and edited Literarishe groupe (Literary group) in Radom (August 1930-March 1931). He died in the Radom ghetto.
Sources: Zalmen Reyzen, Leksikon, vol. 4; Seyfer radom (Volume for Radom) (Tel Aviv, 1961).
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