MAKS ALEKSANDROVITSH (ALEKSANDROWICZ) (July 1902-November 10, 1968)
Born in Krokow, Galicia. He attended secular high school and a business academy in Krakow and Vienna. At age fourteen, he joined the socialist movement. He was an active leader among the Jewish youth and a member of the central committee of the Bundist youth group “Tsukunft” in Poland. He was a member of the Krakow committee of the Bund. He was chairman of the Jewish people’s educational association in Krakow. From 1941 he was in the United States where he was active in the Bund and the trade union movement. He began publishing articles concerning various issues in Yugnt-veker (Youth alarm) in Warsaw. He also contributed to Krokever veker (Krakow alarm), Unzer tsayt (Our times) in New York, and Foroys (Forward) in Mexico. He died in New York.