LUSTIG, MOSES (1906–1976), German journalist. Born in Tarnobrzeg, near Cracow, Lustig worked for the Polish press in Lodz from 1926. From 1933 to 1939 he co-edited a Polish weekly in Nowy-Sacz. After World War ii he became the editor of the dpExpress and was on the editorial board of Ibergang and other dp publications in Munich, Germany. In 1951 he founded the weekly Muenchener Juedische Nachrichten which he published until his death.
Der Journalist, 11:2 (1961), 29.
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