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Yiddish Poet; Moishe Kulbak. Born in Smorgon to Solomon and Zelda in 1896. He lived in Vilna and Berlin and later in Minsk.He was taken from Minsk in 1937 to a Soviet camp and died there in 1940 (?)

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Yiddish Poet; Moishe Kulbak. Born in Smorgon to Solomon and Zelda in 1896. He lived in Vilna and Berlin and later in Minsk.He was taken from Minsk in 1937 to a Soviet camp and died there in 1940 (?)

#sm-port-15:Menashe Yoysef Ginzburg. Rabbi in Smorgon for 38 years, and known in Orthodox circles as a genius and a saint. 1924
#sm-port-16:Khaye Rokhl, the wife of the town administrator, and her daughter. 1926
#sm-port-17:Vignetted studio portrait of Sholem Brudno, one of the town's oldest men. 1937.
#sm-port-18Studio portrait of Yerikhim Pomeranc and two other unidentified members of the family. before WWI.
#sm-port-19:Mikhl Gowuszejowicz (seated), Shoyel Plinski, and Kheskl Berlin, members of a Socialist-Zionist organization, posing for a studio portrait with lilacs. 1914.
#sm-port-20:Studio portrait of Mikhl Gowuszejowicz. 1914
#sm-port-21:The family of Beyle Sarachan posing for a portrait in the woods. 1937
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David Moshe Kraines, a shoah survivor from Smorgon. At work in Rishon Letzion, 1970.

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Vileyka

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Link: David Raziel

(1910-1941)

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Zusman Norman was born in Smorgon in 1894. He perished in Vileyka with
his wife Rashka ( nee Alperovich) and his daughter who was 5 years
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