Tamara Deutscher

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Tamara Deutscher (1 February 1913 – 7 August 1990) was a Polish-British writer and editor who researched the leaders of Soviet Communism, together with her husband Isaac Deutscher.

She was born Tamara Lebenhaft in Łódź, then in the Russian Empire. She was educated in Brussels and arrived in Britain after the fall of France to Nazi Germany.

Her first marriage to Hilary Frimer ended in divorce. She married Isaac Deutscher in June 1947.

She died in London.

See also[edit]

External links[edit]