YITSKHOK ZAM (1907-December 25, 1935)
He was born in Rovno, Volhynia district, Ukraine, into a well-off family. He was orphaned early on his father’s side. He received both a Jewish and a general education, graduating from a Polish senior high school. He graduated from Warsaw University in 1933 with a doctoral degree in law. From 1928 until his death, he was a contributor to the economics and statistical bureau at Cebeka (Central Education Committee) in Warsaw and placed work in: Dos virtshaftlekhe lebn (The economic life) and Folkshilf (People’s assistance), among others in Warsaw and Vilna. He was author of a monograph on Rovno in Polish (Warsaw, 1934). He died in Warsaw.
Source: Dos virtshaftlekhe lebn (Warsaw) (July-December 1935).