Tuesday, 27 February 2018


            He was born in Radom, Poland.  He received a Jewish and a general education, later becoming a bookkeeper.  He cofounded drama circles.  He authored one-act plays, sketches, and humorous pieces, which he staged in Radom and other towns.  He was the correspondent from Radom to Nayer folksblat (New people’s newspaper) in Lodz (1923-1939).  He published poems and humorous sketches in Leyb Malakh’s Radomer vokhnblat (Radom weekly newspaper) in 1921, Radomer lebn (Radom life), and Radomer-keltser lebn (Radom-Kielce life), among other serials.  He was confined in the Radom ghetto; he later worked in the ammunitions factory of Radom and to a forced labor camp in Częstochowa.  He was murdered by the Nazis in the winter of 1943.

Sources: Dos yidishe radom in khurves (Jewish Radom in ruins) (Stuttgart, 1948), p. 25; information from Sh. Vaysman in Tel Aviv and from N. D. Korman in Philadelphia.
Khayim Leyb Fuks

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