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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.[1] 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.[2]

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  1. Eisenberg, Azriel Louis (1981). Witness to the Holocaust. Pilgrim Press. ISBN 0-8298-0432-3. 
  2. Friedman, Philip (1954). Martyrs and fighters. pg. 321: F.A. Praeger. 

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