"Artist of the
Yiddish theatre in Baku. In April 1941 Bergolski
arrived in Vilna, according to the processing of
the Jewish State Theatre. He became the darling
of theatre attendees. Self-evacuation was not
possible for him, because a few days after the
outbreak of war his wife had given birth (born
Goldberg, an actress from Baku) to a child.
In the ghetto
Bergolski was beloved by the public, excelled,
and was the avekshtelung from D. Pinski's
'Hihudi hntshkh.' He quickly learned the Hebrew
language and even often recited and sang in the
language. He was killed in a labor camp H. K. P.
a few days after he was released from Vilna
(6.7.1944), together with his wife and two
[It isn't clear if
he had the name of Bergolski or Beregolski. Also
it is possible what people believed,
that his correct family name was Goldberg, came
from a teus, because his wife's family
name was Goldenberg or Goldberg.]
from Israel Segal, Mordechai Hilsberg, Yehoshua
Borodov and Dora Rubina.
from Yona Radinov.
A. Sutzkever -- "Fun vilner
geto," Moscow, 1946, p. 106.
Sh. Katsherginski -- "Khurbn
vilne," New York, 1947, p. 222.
Sh. Katsherginski -- "Lider
fun getos un lagern," New York, 1948.