April 25, 2016, 18:28 | France | literature | Martin Gray
French writer of Polish origin Martin Gray died in Belgium on the 94 th year of life. He was at his home in the town of Blue (Province of Namur).
The writer found in the pool. According to preliminary forensic estimates, there are no signs of violence in the death.
Martin Gray was born in Warsaw in 1922, he managed to survive the Holocaust. He fought in the Red Army ranks, participated in the liberation of Poland and the Battle of Berlin.
In 1946, Martin Gray emigrated to the United States, and in 1960 moved to the south of France. In 2001, the writer settled in Brussels, and then, 11 years later -. In the Walloon Blue in 2012.
He wrote in French. In his book “For those I loved” Grey said, he lost his family – in the Nazi concentration camps and during major forest fires in the south of France in 1970. Writer Dina Gray created Foundation, whose aim was to fight forest fires and human rights violations.