Rafael Abramovich Grugman (1948) received recognition as a Russian book writer, programmer, engineer, teacher and journalist. Grugman received his education at Novosibirsk Electrotechnical Institute (NETI) in Russia. He worked as a journalist and in 1971 returned to Odessa. He worked as an engineer for over 20 years and contributed to diverse scientific articles in Moscow. In the mid-1980s during the USSR social-political reforms he returned to journalism again. He also became the first editor of a Jewish newspaper named Ha-Meletz. He wrote a series of fiction and non-fiction books, for example, Bride of the Sea (1994), Non-Traditional Love (2008), Woman and War (2018) and others.
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