Zalman Grinberg

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Zalman Grinberg (September 4, 1912 - August 8, 1983) was a medical doctor who served as the chairman for the Central Committee of Liberated Jews in the American sector of Germany and Austria after World War II.

Grinberg was born in Lithuania and was educated as a medical doctor with a specialty in radiology. He was imprisoned in the concentration camp at Dachau and found himself near the monastery of St. Ottilien when the war ended. He managed to set up a hospital at the monastery, recruiting nurses and physicians among the concentration camp survivors.

Subsequently, he was appointed to the Central Committee ("ZK"), which was seated in Munich. He moved to Israel and became the director of the Beilinson Hospital in Petah Tikva. He emigrated to the United States in 1955, where he became a psychiatrist. He died in Mineola, New York.

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