A rather famous diarist >from the Warssaw Ghetto and contributor to the
Ringlebaum Archives was Stanislaw Rozycki - a native of Warsaw. Quite
a bit is known about his writings but not his family connections
(courtesy of the writings of Samuel D. Kassow:
Ref: "Who Will Write Our History" and Ulrich Keller's "The Warsaw
Ghetto in Photographs: 206 Views Made in 1941 see pg 129, Appendix: A
Warsaw Ghetto Memoir by S. Rozycki).
Has anyone done any research on this Stanislaw Rozycki's family
genealogy?? We know he was married but left Warsaw, his wife, his
friends and colleagues and went to Lwow in 1939. He returned in 1941
upon which he became a resident of the Ghetto=E2=80=94writing about life an=
death in the Ghetto.
I am in contact with a person today who may be a distant family member.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Kolo Rypin Plock Area Research Group (KRPARG)
"tracing your Jewish ancestral links in north central Poland"
Manager, Chodecz Book of Residents Translation Project
Jewish Records Indexing-Poland
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