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Moshe Zilberstein of Warsaw with Henia Weinstein.

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Batya Lewinson, a teenaged girl hidden by a Polish family in Warsaw
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Israel Laks and his wife Ester Zilberstein - Laks of Warsaw.

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Bela Weinberg of Warsaw.

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Avraham Weinberg and his wife, Sala Nagel, of Warsaw.

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David Weinberg of Warsaw. He perished in the Holocaust.

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A conference of Korczak orphans in Warsaw.

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Members of the Weinberg family of Warsaw. They perished in the
Holocaust.

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Adela Eisenberg, a contestant in the 'Nasz Przeglad' Miss Judea
Beauty Contest in Warsaw.
1929 Warsaw

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Janina Wilczer, a contestant in the 'Nasz Przeglad' Miss Judea
Beauty Contest in Warsaw.
1929 Warsaw

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Zofia Oldak the winner of the 'Nasz Przeglad' Miss Judea Beauty
Contest.
After 1917 Warsaw

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Before 1905 Warsaw
Vignetted studio portraits of (left) E. Cohen and (right)
twenty-two-year-old Shloyme Margolin, both killed during a
demonstration in April 1905. (From a photo spread on a postcard
printed by the Jewish Socialist Bund.)

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Soup kitchen for Jewish children, established with the aid of the
Great Britian-Poland Association.
1930's Warsaw

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Yozef Weingarten with his wife and daughter and others in his
pharmacy at the corner of Karmelicka and Nowolipki Streets.
1929 Warsaw

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Zofia Oldak the winner of the 'Nasz Przeglad' Miss Judea Beauty
Contest, wearing a gown of silver lame and an ermine wrap fashioned by
M.Apfelbaum, 125 Marszalkowska Street.
1929 Warsaw

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Liza Harkawy, "First Lady in Waiting", in the 'Nasz Przeglad' Miss
Judea Beauty Contest in Warsaw.
1929 Warsaw

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Regina Grynberg, a contestant in the 'Nasz Przeglad' Miss Judea
Beauty Contest in Warsaw.
1929 Warsaw

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Hala Holland, a contestant in the 'Nasz Przeglad' Miss Judea Beauty
Contest in Warsaw.
1929 Warsaw

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Jadwiga Weingarten, a contestant in the 'Nasz Przeglad' Miss Judea
Beauty Contest in Warsaw.
1929 Warsaw

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Mary Lobzowska,"Second Lady in Waiting" in the 'Nasz Przeglad'
Miss Judea Beauty Contest in Warsaw.
1929 Warsaw

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Roma Gliksman, a contestant in the 'Nasz Przeglad' Miss Judea
Beauty Contest in Warsaw.
1929 Warsaw

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Bella Szafran, a contestant in the 'Nasz Przeglad' Miss Judea
Beauty Contest in Warsaw.
1929 Warsaw

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Syma Dynkin, a contestant in the 'Nasz Przeglad' Miss Judea Beauty
Contest in Warsaw.
1929 Warsaw

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In front M. Goldknopf's shop in the Jewish quarter: (Polish and
Yiddish signs, left to right) "Buttons," "Perfume..." "Soap,"
"Thread," "Yarn."
1938 Warsaw

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Yaakov and Reuven Zeilingold

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Naftali Zeilingold

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Jewish children in the Warsaw ghetto in 1940.

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Jews in the Warsaw ghetto

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Yitzhak Gitterman; Polish Jewish leader Director of the JDC in Poland, Gitterman organized Jewish affairs under the German occupation and was active in the Jewish underground. He was killed in a German "Aktion" in the Warsaw ghetto.

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Avraham Levin with his daughter.

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Avraham Levin in the Polish army.

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Frania Levin with a friend.

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Matityau Ron-- came to Rishon Lezion from Warsaw in 1926 wth his brother Levi- after 3 years they moved to Natania
http://www.netanya-moreshet.org.il/

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Izabela Fajzylberg , 10-year-old . Warsaw, 1935.

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11-year-old Lucyna Fajzylberg . Warsaw, 1935.

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Basia Rundo, born in Warsaw in 1921.

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Jerzyk Rundo, born in Warsaw in 1894

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Marysia, daughter of Julia and Jakub Szbfersztein of Warsaw, born in 1910. She spent the War on the Aryan side, in the Polish Home Army, and during the Uprising she served as one of the "Swallow" first aid nurses. After the War, Maria Glowacka-Myslinska was responsible for programming at the National Philharmonic. She died on 1991.

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Jehuda Prywes at the time of his army service. 1930s

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Michal Szwejlich, First Polish Army. Actor in the Jewish Theater in Warsaw. He passed away in 28 December of 1995.

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Josif Edelsztein of Warsaw. Photograph taken in the Udmurt Autonomous Republic of the Soviet Union in 1944.

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Szmul and Menasze Tencer, sons of Chaim Lejb and Golda (ne Ajzenberg), the only members of an extended family, who managed to survive the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, Majdanek, Auschwitz and Mauthausen. After the War, fate separated them. Szmul remained in Udi, Menasze emigrated to Brazil. We who loved them still recall their warm family homes." Their children: Golda of Warsaw, Golda of Tel Aviv, Jankiel of Lund (Sweden), Lejb and Abram of Sao Paulo (Brazil)
http://motlc.wiesenthal.com/site/pp.asp?c=jmKYJeNVJrF&b=479415

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Jakob Szlifersztein. Warsaw, 1928. Active member of the Polish Socialist Party. In 1944, as the Soviet Army was entering Lublin, he attempted to pull a man out of an oncoming tank and was himself killed by the tank. He was the second husband of the maternal grandmother of Irena Winawer.

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Edmund Winawer, called up to service as an officer of the Russian army at the time of the Russo-Japanese War, 1905. The grandfather of Irena Winawer of Warsaw.

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Samuel Moses Landau from Plock, son of Lea and Jakob Landau. He died in 1913 at the age of 69. His great-granddaughter lives in Warsaw.

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Warsaw Ghetto, 1942. "At that time I was a student in the state photography school, situated not far from the Ghetto. At the very beginning, when the Ghetto was not yet cut off from the rest of the world, my friends and I would walk through and take pictures." Wojciech Stablewski, Warsaw

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Jerzy Rundo, son of Zygmunt. Photograph from World War I, when he was studying at the Zurich Polytechnic. He died in 1929 at the age of 34. His daughters, grandchildren, and great - grandchildren live in Warsaw.

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Zygmund Rundo, a grandson of Samuel Orgelbrand. He was the owner of a printing-house in Warsaw. His father, Dawid, wrote books that were supposed to bring Jewish culture closer to Poles. He himself was a supporter of total assimilation. To protect his granddaughters from discrimination, he converted to Catholicism. He died in February 1939, at 75.
http://motlc.wiesenthal.com/site/pp.asp?c=jmKYJeNVJrF&b=479387

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Abraham Prywes, Ita's father. "From our father, we have only his engineer's diploma and a beautiful night gown. He died just after finishing his studies in Zurich in 1916. He wasn't even 30 then." Ita Kowalska, Warsaw

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Henryk Filozof, employee at the Lilpopp factory in Warsaw. Born 1870, died 1909

Krakow

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Khanokh Todres was born in Postov in 1914 to Notel and Mina. He was a journalist working for the paper "Folks Tzeytung" . Prior to WWII he lived in Warsaw. During the war he was in Warsaw, Poland. Khanokh perished in 1941 in Kovno

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Dora (sitting) Scheller nee Aleksandrovich was born in Krakow, Poland
in 1883 to
Zeev and Regina. She was a housewife and married to Gustav (sitting on
the right) and had one
daughter. Prior to WWII she lived in Krakow, Poland. During the war
she was in Warszawa, Poland. Dora was murdered/perished in 1943 in
Warszawa, Poland with husband and son in law; Aleksander Anhalt (standing). her
daughter; Dr. Urszula Anhalt (standing ) was born in 1917 in Kraków. In
1944 (age 27) she hid in Warsaw. She was Murdered by the Nazis Just
before the liberation of Warsaw (She escaped and had papers as a non
Jew, an old classmate from Krakow recognized her walking down the
street and reported her to a Nazi who killed her on the spot))

Romm
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Stefania Rom was born in Warszawa, Poland in 1906 to Rafael and
Natalia. She was a clerk and single. Prior to WWII she lived in
Warszawa, Poland. During the war she was in Warszawa, Poland. Stefania
was murdered in 1941 in the Shoah. This information is based on a Page
of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted by her niece.

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Rakhel Rikhtman nee Altenberg was born in Warszawa, Poland to Leib and Khashka. She was married to Avraham. Prior to WWII she lived in Radom-Korona, Poland. Rakhel was murdered/perished in 1941 in Radom, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony ( submitted by her granddaughter Rachel Sela

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Avraham Rikhtman was born in Radom, Poland to Zeev and Iuta. He was married to Rakhel nee Altenberg. He was murdered/perished in 1941 in Radom, Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony ( submitted by his granddaughter Rachel Sela

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Khashka Rikhtman was born in Warsaw, Poland to Avraham Yekhiel and Rakhel. Prior to WWII she lived in Radom, Poland. Khashka was murdered/perished in 1942 in Poland. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted by her niece

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Marc Jarblum (1887–1972) emigrated to France in 1907. Jarblum was a
Zionist leader, editor of two Po’alei Zion Yiddish newspapers in Paris
and active in the Resistance during World War II. In 1953 he
immigrated to Israel with his wife Laura.
Pictured; Mark Jarblum in a demonstration calling for lifting the
restrictions on immigration to Palestine.

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Yaakov Grosman was born in 1928
He perished in the shoa

 

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Berta Bremler (Philippsborn)

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Emil Bremler

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Rosa Friedland perished in the warsaw ghetto.

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Bronia Feigenbaum perished in Warsaw

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Isidor Neurath
Place of Burial:
Perished in the Holocaust
Birth: July 23, 1872
Death: after April 25, 1942 (69) 
Warsaw Ghetto, Poland

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Rabbi Menachem Ziemba (1883–1943) was a distinguished pre-World War II Rabbi, known as a Talmudic genius and prodigy. He was gunned down by the Nazis in the Warsaw Ghetto.
Rabbi Ziemba was born in Praga, a suburb of Warsaw, in 1883. His father, Elazar, died while Menachem was still a young boy and the orphan was brought up by his grandfather Rabbi Avraham Ziemba. Rabbi Avraham had been a chassid of the Kotzker Rebbe and a student of the Chiddushei Harim, and was now a follower of the Sfas Emes of Gur.

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My Great Grandmother - Felicia (Fayga) Elbaum Kierer Bergman (born 1839). This photo is in1890. She was a concert pianist in Warsaw

A. Bergman

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Avigor Brumel from Ivye. 1845-1933

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Faibe Brumel

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Mozes Berenblut was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1857 to Avraham. He was married Leah nee Shcarlet. Prior to WWII he lived in Antwerpen, Belgium. During the war he was in Camaret sur Aigues, France.

Mozes was murdered in the Shoah. 

This information is based on a Page of Testimony .submitted by his granddaughter Rivka, a Shoah survivor.

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Yehudit Klajnlerer nee Berenblut was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1893 to Mozes and Chaya nee Shcarlet. She was married Shmuel. Prior to WWII she lived in Warsaw, Poland. During the war she was in Warsaw, Ghetto.

Yehudit was murdered in the Shoah. 

This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted by her daughter, a Shoah survivor.

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Shmuel Klajnlerer was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1891. He was married Yehudit nee Berenblut. Prior to WWII he lived in Warsaw, Poland. During the war he was in Warsaw, Ghetto.

Shmuel was murdered in the Shoah. 

This information is based on a Page of Testimony  submitted by his daughter Rivka , a Shoah survivor.

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Moshe Yacoboski of Warsaw in Palestine/ Israel with two of his sons.

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Sheindl Waicman was born in Warszawa, Poland in 1922 to Yosef and Golda. She was a pupil. Prior to WWII she lived in Warszawa, Poland. During the war she was in Warszawa, Poland.

Sheindl was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed here) submitted by her sister, Tzipora Waicman Hamburg Veitzman

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Mordechai Wajcman was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1888 to Volf and Lea. He was a tailor and married to Yeta. Prior to WWII he lived in Warsaw, Poland. During the war he was in Warsaw, Poland.

Mordechai was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed here) submitted by his daughter, Tzipora Hamburg Veitzman

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Khana Stein was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1917 to Mordechai and Golda. She was married to Yitzkhak. Prior to WWII she lived in Warsaw, Poland. 

Khana was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed here) submitted by her sister, Tzipora Hamburg Veitzman

On Sat, Mar 4, 2017 at 11:04 PM, Eilat Gordin Levitan <eilat.gordinlevitan@gmail.com> wrote:
Mindl Fragman nee Veitzman was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1912 to Mordechai and Golda. She was married to Shaia(also pictured). Prior to WWII she lived in Warsaw, Poland. 

Mindl was murdered in the Shoah with her husband and child.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed here) submitted by her sister, Tzipora Hamburg Veitzman

On Sat, Mar 4, 2017 at 10:48 PM, Eilat Gordin Levitan <eilat.gordinlevitan@gmail.com > wrote:
1.Ruthi Fragman was born in 1934 . She perished in the holocaust.
2. Rojza Fragman nee Kotlina was born in Varsovie, Poland in 1902. She was a seamstress and divorced. Prior to WWII she lived in Varsovie, Poland. During the war she was in Paris, France.

Rojza was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed here) submitted by her son, Simon Fragman

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Samuel Fragman was born in Warszawa, Poland in 1901 to Reuben and Miriam nee Bronitz. He was married to Stefania. Prior to WWII he lived in Wilno, Poland. During the war he was in Poland.

Samuel was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed here) submitted by his nephew, Robert Fragman

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Ruthi Fragman was born in 1934 . She perished in the holocaust.

Rojza Fragman nee Kotlina was born in Varsovie, Poland in 1902. She was a seamstress and divorced. Prior to WWII she lived in Varsovie, Poland. During the war she was in Paris, France.

Rojza was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed here) submitted by her son, Simon Fragman

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