Re: Warsaw Ghetto Uprising #general
glenda rubin <glenda.rubin@...>
Kibbutz Yad Mordechai, about 10 kilometers south of Ashkelon and a fewtoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
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
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.
San Francisco Bay Area
On 4 Apr 1999 19:59:42 GMT email@example.com (Plutsk) writes:
The doomed but heroic uprising against the Nazis in the Warsaw Ghettois history. Is there any record of the individuals who participated in