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Grigore Singurel

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Grigore Singurel
Born
Yefim Krimerman

1923
Other namesEfim Ciuntu-Krimerman
Alma materMoldova State University
OccupationJournalist
EmployerRadio Free Europe
Moldavian State Philharmonic Society

Grigore Singurel (born Yefim Krimerman in 1923 - 2015) was a Bessarabian journalist.

Biography

Grigore Singurel (Yefim Krimerman) was born in Bălţi, in 1923. He graduated from the Philological Faculty of Moldova State University. Singurel worked as a lecturer and musicologist of the Moldavan State Philharmonic Society. In 1980 he moved to Israel, but soon moved to Munich, where he worked for Radio Free Europe.

Works

  • Grigore Singurel, Moldavia on the Barricades of Perestroika, 1989

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