Re: Warsaw Ghetto Uprising #general


glenda rubin <glenda.rubin@...>
 

Kibbutz Yad Mordechai, about 10 kilometers south of Ashkelon and a few
kilometers north of the Gaza Strip, was founded by Polish Jews, and is
named in honor of Mordechai Anielewicz, the leader of the Warsaw Ghetto
uprising.

The kibbutz has a museum devoted to the 1948 siege of the kibbutz and the
holocaust in general, and, I believe, the Warsaw Ghetto uprising in
particular. Sorry, I don't remember details; it's been many years since
I was there. They may have specifics you're looking for. I do not know
what research facilities may be available, and I don't know if they have
a web site. I believe the kibbutz address is: Kibbutz Yad Mordechai,
D.N. (stands for rural post) Ashkelon, Israel.

Hope that might help.

Glenda Rubin
San Francisco Bay Area
Glenda.Rubin@Juno.com
On 4 Apr 1999 19:59:42 GMT plutsk@aol.com (Plutsk) writes:

The doomed but heroic uprising against the Nazis in the Warsaw Ghetto
is history. Is there any record of the individuals who participated in
it or who played a leading part in the uprising?

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