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Moshe Ajzenbud Moshe Ajzenbud i(A2645 works by) (a.k.a. Moshe Ayzenbud; Meyshe(h) Ayzenbud; M. Ayzenbud; M. Ajzenbud)
Born: Established: 1920 Niesviez,
Eastern Europe, Europe,
Gender: Male
Arrived in Australia: 1950
Heritage: Jewish
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Moshe Ajzenbud was educated in a Yiddish secular school, a Polish school, and at a technical college. He began to write in a displaced persons' camp in Germany, where he spent four years following the end of WW II. He worked as a correspondent for a Paris Yiddish daily newspaper. In Australia, he worked in the metal trades and as a storeperson while following his interests as a novelist, short-story writer, critic, and editor.

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  • Author publishes in these languages: YIDDISH, ENGLISH
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