Abramas Beilin (1920–1941?) was born in Vilnius, in the family of medic Solomonas (Šolmonas) and Feiga Beilin. In 1930-1938, he studied at the Adam Mickiewicz Gymnasium, with instruction in Polish. In 1939, he started medical studies at Stephen Báthory University. In the light of the start of World War II and the change of the university’s management, he was not transferred to the second year of studies. The numerous requests submitted by him and recommendations in the archives of Vilnius University show that he sought to continue studying medicine at Vilnius University in 1940, but for reasons unknown he was not accepted. He then sought to enter the Department of Economics of Vilnius University and to be transferred to medical studies from there. Initially (on 14 February), his request was denied due to a “lack of places in the Department of Medicine”. However, eventually, the stubborn young man succeeded. On 27 February 1941, Abram Beilin was granted the permission to transfer from the second year of economics to the second year of medical studies, provided that “he passed all the colloquia and the subjects of the first semester of the Department of Medicine by 5 April”. However, Abramas did not begin his studies because on 19 September 1941 he was expelled from the university on the basis of the Order of 17 September 1941 of the Higher Education Department of the Board of Education, under the authority of the National Socialists. According to the Yad Vashem Holocaust victim database, it can be assumed that Abram Beilin was killed during the Holocaust, in 1941.