It is my understanding that Jews without prior connection to the city
weren't allowed to move into Warsaw in the years after Poland became
independent. Despite this, my great uncle, Shaya (Yishaya) Kremer, was able to move
there, >from Ukraine, and establish a jewelry store. I have no indication
that he, and thus my family, had any "prior connection" to the city. If my
understanding is correct, why might he have been able to move there?
Note: Uncle Shaya and his whole family were Holocaust victims so there are
no descendants to answer my questions.
Researching: KREMER/KRAMER in Warszawa and Ukraine. ZUSSELM
AN/ZISSELMAN/ZUSSMAN, KARDONSKY, GERROL, AINGORN/EINHORN in Ukraine
EISENDORFF, AKABAS, SWIG, ZLOTNITZKI, SALINGER in Lithuania
THORNER, FIZYK in Poland