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#krkw_os-1: Beside a newsstand with Yiddish and Polish newspapers. In the photo: a copy of Nowy Dziennik [Polish: The New Daily]. Photographed between the two world wars.
#krkw_os-2: A summer camp of the Freiheit youth movement near Krakow. This camp was held in Radwanowice. In the photo: Avraham Leibowicz, known as "Laban." Photographed in 1938.
#krkw_os-3: The steering committee of a local chapter of the Freiheit youth movement in Krakow. Photographed in 1935
#krkw_os-4: Members of the HaShomer haDati youth movement at a roll call during a camp session of the movement in the Krakow area. Photographed in late 1933 or in 1934,  in Rajcza in the Carpathian Mountains.
#krkw_os-5: A May Day demonstration by members of the Freiheit and Po'alei Zion - Z.S. movements in Krakow. The participants are holding placards in Yiddish and Polish. The placard in the foreground states, in Yiddish, "Long Live Po'alei Zion united with the Zionist Socialist Party." The sign in the center behind it says, in Polish, "Fascism is War," and that on the right, also in Polish: "Down with Jewish Fascism." The demonstration took place on May 1, 1934.
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The placard referring to "Jewish Fascism" may be a reference to the murder of Chaim Arlosoroff in Tel Aviv the previous year on June 16, 1933.
#krkw_os-6: A meeting of members of the He - Chaluts and Freiheit youth movements in Krakow. Present at this meeting, which took place in 1933, was the emissary from Palestine Meir Grabowski.
#krkw_os-7: A meeting of members of the Dror youth movement in Krakow in 1938. Those in the front are holding a placard on which is written, in Hebrew, "Council of Dror, Krakow 1938."
#krkw_os-8: Members of a pioneering training division (plugat hachshara) of the Freiheit youth movement in Krakow. The group lived at 91Wieliczka Street.
#krkw_os-9: A group of members of the Freiheit youth movement in Krakow. Photographed on May 1, 1933.
#krkw_os-10: Members of the Dror youth movement kibbutz (collective) in Krakow in 1939. In the photo: Jzraelewicz (standing, on the right).
#krkw_os-11: A march of members of the HaChaluts movement in Krakow on International Youth Day, May 21, 1934.
#krkw_os-12: Members of the He - Chaluts movement leadership in Krakow. In the photo: Dora Zukeirman, repersentative of HaShomer haTsa'ir (seated, on the right) and Eliahu Hofszteter - Haran, representative of the Akiva movement (standing, on the left). Photographed in 1931.
#krkw_os-13: Members of the Dror movement in the communal dining room of the pioneering training commune (kibbutz hachshara) in Krakow. Photographed in 1936
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#krkw_os-15: Members of the Akiva Zionist youth movement's leadership in Poland. In the photo: Heniek Elbinger (front row, crouching, third from the right), Hillel Seidel (standing, second from the right), Eliahu Daniel (standing, fourth from the right) and Chaim Kermisz (standing, sixth from the right). Photographed in Krakow in 1938.
#krkw_os-16: Three members of the Akiva Zionist youth movement's leadership in Poland. In the photo: Ze'ev Minczeles (on the right), Joel Dreiblat (on the left), and Aharon - Dolek Liebeskind. Photographed in Krakow in 1938.
#krkw_os-17: photomontage of the activities of the Akiva Zionist youth movement in Poland. The photographs include: members of the movement's leadership, various members and activists. The photomontage was prepared by Shimshon Draenger.  Apparently these were Akiva members in Krakow
#krkw_os-18: Members of the editorial board and administration of the journal published by the Akiva Zionist youth movement in Poland. It was called "Divrei Akiva" [Hebrew: the sayings of Akiva].In the photo: Sabina Wulkan (standing, second from the right), Aharon - Dolek Liebeskind (standing, on the left), Regina Ingber (seated, on the left), Yehuda Nichthauser (seated, center), and Gena Rand (seated, on the right). Photographed in Krakow in 1936.
#krkw_os-19: Sukienice Market in Krakow.
#krkw_os-20: Members of the editorial board of "Divrei Akiva," the journal of the Akiva Zionist youth movement, in front of the building in Krakow where they worked. In the photo: Aharon - Dolek Liebeskind, Regina Ingber, Gena Rand, Ewa Kunstler and Klara Wachschal - Ravhon.
#krkw_os-21: Members of the Krakow local chapter of the Akiva Zionist youth movement. In the photo: Heniek Kulin, Dolek Liebeskind (second from the right), Josef Rundstein, Moniek Ingber. Photographed in 1928
#krkw_os-22: Members of the Krakow local chapter of the Akiva Zionist youth movement in 1930. Photographed as a memento for the first group of members leaving to immigrate to Palestine.
In the photo: Yehuda Nichthauser, Sara Ringer, Rina Seelenfreund, Josef Rundstein, Ruzka Gotlib, Shlomo Fleischer, Eli Hofszteter, Peretz Nowomiast, Hela Fleischer, Rachel Kulin, Mosze Singer, Jakov Frand, Yehuda Ornstein, Sender Wasserteil, Eliahu Hofman, Joel Dreiblat, Hela Osem, Minka Liebeskind, Rachel Horowic.
#krkw_os-23: Dolek Liebeskind (on the right), Melech Eichenbaum (center) and Josef Kreis. Photographed in 1937
#krkw_os-24: A bicycle rallye for members of the Krakow local chapter of the Akiva Zionist youth movement. Photographed in 1937
#krkw_os-25: Sabina and Motek Grossman Krakow, 1937.
#krkw_os-26: Delegates from the Akiva Zionist youth movement in Krakow at the 18th Zionist Congress in Prague. The sign is in Czech, Yiddish and Polish. In the photo: Dolek Liebeskind, Josef Rundstein, Chaim Sternheim - Dvir and Yehuda Ornstein. Photographed in 1933.
#krkw_os-27: Delegates from the Akiva Zionist youth movement in Krakow at the 17th Zionist Congress. The sign is in Hebrew. In the photo: Efraim Krummholz, Rachel Horowic, Bulek Tiles, Mania Peri. Photographed in Basel in 1931
#krkw_os-28: Ze'ev Jabotinsky visiting the Akiva Zionist youth movement's local chapter in Krakow. In the photo, Jabotinsky is seated in the bottom row, third from the right.
#krkw_os-29: The Austrian journalist Irena Harand visiting the Akiva Zionist youth movement's local chapter in Krakow. In the photo: Irena Harand (in the center, in the broad - brimmed hat), Yehuda Ornstein, Josef Rundstein and Yehuda Nichthauser. Photographed in 1934. Irena Harand was an anti - Nazi Austrian journalist and supporter of Zionism. After the war she emigrated to the USA.
#krkw_os-30: Dancing the hora in the yard of the Akiva Zionist youth movement's local chapter in Krakow
#krkw_os-31: Members of the Akiva Zionist youth movement's "Ratzon ha - Am" [Hebrew: the people's will] group in Krakow. Photographed on March 16, 1935.
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Sukkot, Krakow 1937

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THE SILBERFELD MEN
for more information go to:
http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/pfh.krakow_silberfeld.htm

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Taube Silberfeld

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The Silberfeld Family- for more information go to:
http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/pfh.krakow_silberfeld.htm

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65th wedding anniversary of Lazar and Taube Silberfeld
For information go to: http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/pfh.krakow_swa.htm

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65th wedding anniversary of Lazar and Taube Silberfeld
For information go to: http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/pfh.krakow_swa.htm

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The Honigwak family

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Regina and Stefania Hofman

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most likely related to the
Pelikan family from Krakow http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/pfh.krakow_pelikan.htm

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most likely related to the
Pelikan family from Krakow http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/pfh.krakow_pelikan.htm

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Molly and Mary Hochberg
For more information go to: http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/pfh.krakow_hochberg-mm.htm

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NACHMAN & KENDAL KLUGER HOCHBERG
For more information go to: http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/pfh.krakow_hochberg.htm

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The Messinger Children
For more information go to: http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/pfh.krakow_messinger.htm

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http://www.museumoffamilyhistory.com/pfh.krakow-feuer-liba.htm

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Krakw, 1935. Chaja Tendler from Skala (on the right) with her friends
from http://motlc.wiesenthal.com/site/pp.asp?c=jmKYJeNVJrF&b=478621

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Krakw-Podgrze, 11 Limanowski Street, 1936
http://motlc.wiesenthal.com/site/pp.asp?c=jmKYJeNVJrF&b=478633

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Ozjasz Kosches with his wife and sons. Krakw, 1904

http://motlc.wiesenthal.com/site/pp.asp?c=jmKYJeNVJrF&b=479105

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Dora Kraus with her son Jzef and his Polish nursemaid. Krakow, 1917
http://motlc.wiesenthal.com/site/pp.asp?c=jmKYJeNVJrF&b=479133

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On the reverse: "Auntie Cecia with Uncle Albert, Director of the Malopolska Bank in Krakw". They were related to the Abranowicz family. http://motlc.wiesenthal.com/site/pp.asp?c=jmKYJeNVJrF&b=479241

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The family of Doctor Jzef Leider from Krakow on vacation, August 1924
http://motlc.wiesenthal.com/site/pp.asp?c=jmKYJeNVJrF&b=479285

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On the reverse: "Kazimierz, July 30, 1922. 01a, Jacobsson (?), Bronka Edelsztejn, Mary Szyfrys, Hala Goldstein." In the back, stands Ola Minz from Warsaw.
http://motlc.wiesenthal.com/site/pp.asp?c=jmKYJeNVJrF&b=479271

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Jacek Goldman and his sister Wanda. Krakw, 1924. "My mother Wanda Meloch (nee Goldman) was killed in Bialystok after the Germans invaded in the summer of 1941. Jacek left the Warsaw Ghetto to join the partisans and nobody ever heard from him again. I received this photograph from my family in New York." Katarzyna Meloch, Warszawa
http://motlc.wiesenthal.com/site/pp.asp?c=jmKYJeNVJrF&b=479223

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From left bottom; Rabbi Shmuel Kurnitzer ( son of the
last Rabbi of pre war Krakow; Rabbi Yosef Nechemia), Rabbi Shabtai
Hacohen Rapoport, ? , The head of the Jewish community in Krakow

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Attorney Raphael Landau, others unknown, please let us know if you
recognize others. Picture taken c 1935.

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Zakopane, Cracow, Poland, 1937

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On the right is Fela Gross and on the left is Chava Dochleuter.

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Chava Dochleuter is second from the right. Gizella Bond is
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Zakopane, Cracow, Poland, 1932, Chava Dochleuter, first on the right.

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The Monrer family in 1924, before they left Krakow to go to
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Dvora Handfeld's book about her life in Krakow during the Holocaust.

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Macabee parade in Krakow before the war.

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Purim 1934.

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Krakow soccer team ( for names go to Krakow Newsletters)

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Workers at the N.Telz printing house in 1936.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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Krakow 1933. The wedding of Stella Wohl and Salo Wieseberg.

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1937 Members of Kadima ( a Zionist organization of students in Krakow)

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Bialik visits Krakow

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1936 members of the scouts in Krakow

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Bialik in Krakow before the war

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Abraham and Regina Hollander with their children Dolek ( standing on the right), Banek on the left, Jacob (bottom right) . Jacob is the only one who survived the holocaust. He became a well known musician/ composer in Israel.

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