Moshe Rolnik, a Yiddish poet active in the Jewish cultural life in Brazil, has died here at the age of 65. Born in Poland, he came to Paris before World War II where he was a teacher in a Jewish school and lectured in West European Jewish communities on Yiddish literature. He escaped from Paris when the Nazis invaded France and came to the United States after the war where he worked for the Jewish Encyclopedia. Rolnik come to Brazil in 1951.
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