Sadly, there is nothing or very little left of the Warsaw Ghetto. By going
through an alley and peering into a private garden, I was able to see a tiny
remaining portion of the infamous wall. The property owner was washing his car
and became angry when we took a photo. I was also able to locate Mila 18,
which now has another street name and number.
Are you aware that some of the Ghetto residents held out for over a month
against the German army. Longer than the nation of Poland. The Ghetto was
then burned to the ground with many of the Jewish partisans inside. A handful
survived by escaping through the sewers. There are many books written on the
Your address will not be of help in your genealogical research.
Betty Provizer Starkman,
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
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