Ludwik Holcman (1889- August 1942) was a Jewish-Polish violinist.
Holcman was a violinist in the Warsaw Ghetto Symphony Orchestra that was led by Simon Pullman. He was transported to Treblinka extermination camp with all the members of the orchestra early in August 1942, where they were killed, presumably shortly after their arrival.
- Eisenberg, Azriel Louis (1981). Witness to the Holocaust. Pilgrim Press. ISBN 0-8298-0432-3.
- Friedman, Philip (1954). Martyrs and fighters. pg. 321: F.A. Praeger.
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