Finding lost relatives from Zwolen, Poland #poland

avivahpinski <avivahpinski@...>

In response to the messages below. You might contact the
Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw.**

The Institute has a genealogy department and they have records
from survivors immediately after WWII that are not available anyplace
else. Amongst other things, survivors filled out cards stating names
of relatives and where they would like to go. The Institute has the
originals. It is possible that you may find some information there.

You might also check the International Red Cross International
Tracing records that are at the Holocaust Museum in Washington.
These records are not on line and you will have to check with the
Holocaust Museum for information and assistance.

Good luck!

Avivah R. Z. Pinski
near Philadelphia, USA

Researching: Zuchman in Sarnaki, Karczew, and Warsaw Poland
Reznik in Drohiczyn, Siemiatische, Poland
Kopekin & Rifczes in Lemberg, Vienna, Polatsk, and Besonkovich
Familiant and Koifman in Bessarabia and Ukraine
Sondak in Vitebsk, Belarus and Rehitza, Latvia
Aginsky and Slonimsky in Minsk

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From: tina levine<>
Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2017 23:05:58 +0000 (UTC)
X-Message-Number: 2

I was told by my mother in law that none of her family survived the holocaust.
While searching on a genealogy website today I found a gentleman with
the same surname as her and >from the same town in Poland (Zwolen, near
Radom.) Now I'm wondering if they might have been cousins.

Her parents were Isaak and Feiga Weintraub.
The gentleman's name was Josef Weintraub, >from Zwolen Poland, born 1922
to Shulem and Malka, nee Zeidenbaum. He immigrated to Sao Paulo, Brazil
in 1946 >from Italy.

Anyone have suggestions for searching his descendants to see if there
is a link to my mother-in-law's family?

Tina Pachter Levine

Searching: Weintraub >from Zwolen, Poland

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