Given name: Baruch Family name: Trzebucki
A writer. One of the most popular 'literary paupers' in Warsaw, Before the war he was called 'Gandhi' due to his appearance and frequent periods of starvation. Due to an unknown illness he became a semi-disabled person. People connected with the Jewish press and literature supported him. He spoke very indistinctly. Married. Had children. After the war broke out he and his family were in a very difficult situation. Since the opening of the kitchen at Leszno Street No. 40, which was run by R. Auerbach, he was its regular client. Died before the liquidation action.