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Plonsk Holocaust survivors now living in other countries

who were born or lived in Plonsk, Poland

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Rachel and Yechezquel with their youngest She takes the name Beit Halachmi (nee Nelkin)

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Rachel Beit Halachmi with her daughter Esther and Tirtza. Rachel was born in Plonsk.

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Sylvia Klopman in Plonsk


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Family at Camila Rochwerger's Bat Mitzva Jan 2008


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Oded Degani sent this picture to Ana Nuta. His mother Rivka was is in the center, top row, and besides her is his uncle Abraham. Below his mother center, and sitting, are his paternal grandparents.


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Gedalie Rzezak with his sisters Inde and Dobze Rzezak in Plonsk.

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Krasner emigrated to Palestine

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Micheline and George Rotblut

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Ana Nuta dancing with her beloved father Maier Nuta.

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Aryeh & Yehudit Wanderman

Aug 2005

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David, Sarah, Norma, and Kenneth Wanderman.

1931

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David, Rhea, and Herman Wanderman

1915

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David and Herman

Wanderman

1909

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Yosef Kohn

1934

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Yehutiel Kaufman Levkovitz

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Shoshana Rushka Margulis Kohn

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Shlomo Levkovitz Lavi

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Sarah Blachman Levkovitz

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Rivka Beile Levkovitz Kohn

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Rachel Zisla

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Rachel Ruchla Charzynska (Avraham Eliyahu) Levkovitz

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Gertrude, Ida, Dorothy and Jenny Drozdowitz

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Sarah and Samuel Drozdowitz

1892 Chicago

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Sonia Ajlenberg Brzezinska Szwarc (L) with her niece Clara Szwarc da Silva

 

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Sarah (Sally) Falk Fogler

and her son Joe

Miami Beach, FL c1950.

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Gadalie and his wife Berta Rzezak at their wedding.

1939

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Larry, Nicole, and Kandi Dach; Debbi, Aharon and Charles at the Bat and Bar Mitzva of Nicole Dach and Aharon Sugarman

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Larry Dach with his mother Marrian Dach (L) and Helen Schwartz nee Simon (R)

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Brothers Zeligman; Jacobo, Sergio y Mario

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Regina W. and Salek

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Riwka Kamiliarz

Came to Argentina in 1938 with their
daughter, one year old Flora, is alive and knew Ana's parents.

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Plonsk friends including Seine Lente and Bajla Szajnbaum

1925

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Hersh-Shaja-Szajnbaum

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Avram Szajman, circa early 20th century

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Avram Szajman

and his family

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The three brothers

Szabsaon the left, Morris in center, Tovia on the right,
with their mother Deborah

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Members of the family Zsajman in Plonsk

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Bela Koshich, Salucha or Sarita Szajman, Suche
Furmanski and another friend; all born in Plonsk,
and were in Auschwitz Camp and four other Camps until
their liberation in Germany. This picture was taken in
Germany two years after their liberation.

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Hanka Koszich and her husband Goldberg with
their son in 1947.

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Lonia Kronenberg and her husband and a friend
Haskel Braverman, all from Plonsk, after the WWII

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Sarucha or Sarita Gelbard (nee Szajman) was a
survivor from Auschwitz and four Camps more, because
she must maked the Death March and in Germany she and
her friends were liberated. She lives in Buenos Aires,
Argentina, and this photo was in a wall from the Museum of Holocaust in Buenos Aires. She was a close friend of Ana Nuta's parents and now of Ana.

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Hashaskel Blum was born in Plonsk and went to
Argentina before WWII. In this picture he was in Israel

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Hesheskel Blum and his wife in Argentina 1951. Both were born in Plonsk and married in Plonsk, then they went to Argentina

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Hesheskel Blum and wife Hene Szajman. She was a cousin of Morris Dach

 

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Hersheskel Blum, his wife and their four sons
in Argentina

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Maier Kroneneberg
taken in Plonsk for his passport to Argentina.

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Bronia Sopek nee Kronenberg with her child in Plonsk

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Bronia Kronenberg and her sons in Plonsk

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Bela Koshich and her husband on their
wedding day, after WWII when she was liberated

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Bela Koshich, her husband and daughter. She was from Plonsk.

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Isaac Waszertzuk from Plonsk, he was in
Argentina.

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Ester Miler with her daughter in Paris. She was born in Plonsk

 

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Bernardo Roskovski, his wife and daughter,
with Sarita Szajman, in Argentin

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Bela Koshich with her son in USA

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Bela and Hanka Koshich with their husbands and
childrens. This picture was send to Sarita Szajman
from Montreal, Canadá

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Reuben Spodek and his wife Bronia Kronenberg
with their children when they arrived in Bolivia 1938. Bronia was a cousin of Simon Gerbard, all from PLonsk

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Moshe Blachman and his three nieces: Chana or
Ana, Rachel or Rosa and Clara; when he cames to
Argentina

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Moshé Blachman with his sister Regina Lidinia
(nee Blachman) and his two nieces Rosa and Ana

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Yosef Lidinia, his wife Regina Lidinia (nee
Blachman) and their daughters Ana and Rosa with their
husband and children

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Jaike Kofman (nee Pzewoznik) who was born in
Plonsk and went to Argentina

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The Comission Directive from the Plonsker
Farein: From right to left León Sotenberg, plonsker
unknown, Dobze Nuta (nee Rzezak), Yosef Lidinia,
Taub, Lubinietzki and Simón Gelbard

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Lache Kofman, Aniuta Szajman (nee Kofman),
Jaike Pzewoznik and Faibish Sajman

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Lache Kofman, who was a survivor and died in Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Faiga and her youngest brother Moshé
Izraelowicz in Plonsk. He was a survivor.


 

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Izraelowicz family


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Manie Izraelowicz (Ana's mother's sister), husband Moshe Bulak and their son Markus and daughter Adelia

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Ester Gitel Izraelowicz, mother of Genie, Nanie, Mindel and Shmuel Kurta

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Plonsk- friends with Kalman Scheinkpf

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Szajnbaum family

in Plonsk

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Benjamin Scheinkopf and his wife Emily

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BenjamíneScheinkopf with wife Emily and child.

Ben was a survivor and in this picture he was with his wife and the first child they had in Germany were they were more than two years for rehabilitation. Now he is in USA and is 90 years old.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         
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The family of Rachel Beit Halachmi planting oranges in Palestine (later Israel). The family emigrated to Palestine in 1906. The picture was send to Ana by Gal Vardi…and with this image, Ana dedicates this website…."We must plant in the minds, and in the hearts and in the souls of people." Because of this, Ana selected this picture to finish …. planting as a symbol … "We are here."
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