Yiddish Writer Dies in Warsaw at 45
Menu JTA Search

Yiddish Writer Dies in Warsaw at 45

Leon Leski-Koprowski, well known Polish-Jewish journalist, died here today at the age of forty-five.

Mr. Leski-Koprowski had been for many years on the editorial staff of the Nasz Prezeglad, a Polish-Jewish daily in Warsaw. He was also the expert political writer of the Moment, one of the largest Yiddish daily newspapers in Poland.

Mr. Leski-Koprowski was interested in the Zionist movement. He had been assigned by his paper to cover the World Zionist Congress which opens in Lucerne August 20. The Association of Jewish Journalists in Poland is making the arrangements for his funeral.

Take action. Take control. Get screened to protect the health of your future family. Request your kit at Jscreen.org!