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Warsaw KehilaLink #poland

Eli Rabinowitz
 

I am pleased to advise I have taken on the important project of creating
and running the Warsaw KehilaLink.

It is quite surprising that there has been no KehilaLink for Warsaw,
once the largest Jewish city in Europe and the second largest in the
world after New York.

JewishGen KehilaLinks (formerly "ShtetLinks") is a project
facilitating web pages commemorating the places where Jews have lived.

Kehila [Hebrew] n. (pl. kehilot): is used to refer to a Jewish
community, anywhere in the world.

KehilaLinks are hosted by JewishGen, the world's largest Jewish
genealogical organisation. It has a user base of over 500,000 registered
users worldwide.

I invite you to send in your stories, memories, photos and family
biographies.

If you are attending the IAJGS conference in Warsaw, and would like to
learn more about this or my other 84 KehilaLinks, please come to my
presentation:

Back >from the Polish and Litvak Diaspora: Virtual Journeys That
Connect Us To Our Roots, on Thursday 9 August 4-5pm.

I am also presenting on the Partisans' Song (Project), often
associated with the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, on Tuesday 7 August 4-5pm.

See: http://elirab.me/iajgs-2018

Thanks and regards

Eli Rabinowitz
Perth, Australia
elirab.me


JRI Poland #Poland Warsaw KehilaLink #poland

Eli Rabinowitz
 

I am pleased to advise I have taken on the important project of creating
and running the Warsaw KehilaLink.

It is quite surprising that there has been no KehilaLink for Warsaw,
once the largest Jewish city in Europe and the second largest in the
world after New York.

JewishGen KehilaLinks (formerly "ShtetLinks") is a project
facilitating web pages commemorating the places where Jews have lived.

Kehila [Hebrew] n. (pl. kehilot): is used to refer to a Jewish
community, anywhere in the world.

KehilaLinks are hosted by JewishGen, the world's largest Jewish
genealogical organisation. It has a user base of over 500,000 registered
users worldwide.

I invite you to send in your stories, memories, photos and family
biographies.

If you are attending the IAJGS conference in Warsaw, and would like to
learn more about this or my other 84 KehilaLinks, please come to my
presentation:

Back >from the Polish and Litvak Diaspora: Virtual Journeys That
Connect Us To Our Roots, on Thursday 9 August 4-5pm.

I am also presenting on the Partisans' Song (Project), often
associated with the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, on Tuesday 7 August 4-5pm.

See: http://elirab.me/iajgs-2018

Thanks and regards

Eli Rabinowitz
Perth, Australia
elirab.me


Warsaw IAJGS Conference is Almost Here! #poland

IAJGS Listserv Communications <iajgs2018@...>
 

REGISTER NOW through July 28 for the IAJGS 2018 Warsaw Conference
August 5-10! (Rates are higher for on-site sign-up.)

Now offering ON-DEMAND! on-line viewing of most of the Conference
sessions via your internet-connected device beginning in mid-August
and going through next July!

Now offering our Conference App for free downloading.

Now available: our world-class program and world-class roster of
speakers and activities.
Get the latest info on new events and activities needing registration
at iajgs2018.org

Don't miss out. Do widzenia; l'hitraot; see you soon, in Warsaw!

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IAJGS 2018 Listserv Communications
Woodbridge, Connecticut USA


JRI Poland #Poland Warsaw IAJGS Conference is Almost Here! #poland

IAJGS Listserv Communications <iajgs2018@...>
 

REGISTER NOW through July 28 for the IAJGS 2018 Warsaw Conference
August 5-10! (Rates are higher for on-site sign-up.)

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and going through next July!

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Now available: our world-class program and world-class roster of
speakers and activities.
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IAJGS 2018 Listserv Communications
Woodbridge, Connecticut USA


Book "Jewish people from Sid" #hungary

radovansremac@...
 

Hello, here is pdf file of my book "Jewish People >from Å id", maybe you find it interestingÂ
https://www.academia.edu/34004762/Jevreji_u_%C5%A0idu_Jewish_people_from_%C5%A0id

Radovan Sremac

Moderator: Please contact Radovan off-list if you want more information.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Book "Jewish people from Sid" #hungary

radovansremac@...
 

Hello, here is pdf file of my book "Jewish People >from Å id", maybe you find it interestingÂ
https://www.academia.edu/34004762/Jevreji_u_%C5%A0idu_Jewish_people_from_%C5%A0id

Radovan Sremac

Moderator: Please contact Radovan off-list if you want more information.


Re: Yellow Star House in Budapest #hungary

Susanna Vendel
 

Looking at the link I found as date of the original documents (page no
2) as 1st June 1944.

My father mentions in his memories that the Governement issued in 1943
a decision that Jews (even those in forced labor units) were allowed
to continue to work in the companies if these companies were
considered belonging to the National Defense.

Your grandfather who was an engineer, was probably one of the persons
who were allowed to live in a regular house to be able to continue to
work for the Company.

In the original document there are two columns with notations showing
that Rezso Gabor was an engineer at Szandai Granit mines and in one of
the columns the owner of the house mentions that R.G. is leader of the
department for constructions at the National Defense and that (if I
understand well Hungarian - this is to be checked!!) "his situation is
still under research".

I hope other people more knowledgeable in history and Hungarian will
be willing to check that and correct me.

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm


Warsaw IAJGS Conference is Almost Here! #hungary

bounce-3545406-772961@...
 

REGISTER NOW through July 28 for the IAJGS 2018 Warsaw Conference
August 5-10! (Rates are higher for on-site sign-up.)

Now offering ON-DEMAND! on-line viewing of most of the Conference
sessions via your internet-connected device beginning in mid-August
and going through next July!

Now offering our Conference App for free downloading.

Now available: our world-class program and world-class roster of
speakers and activities.
Get the latest info on new events and activities needing registration
at iajgs2018.org

Don't miss out. Do widzenia; l'hitraot; see you soon, in Warsaw!

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IAJGS 2018 Listserv Communications
Woodbridge, Connecticut USA


Re: Yellow Star houses - h-sig digest: July 16, 2018 #hungary

judyyoung@...
 

(I am replying to the list as I think this may be of interest to some other=
s as well, or some others can provide additional information that would be =
useful to others.)

Dear Michele,

You make a statement that is not quite correct: "this is not a Yellow Star =
house, but rather, Jews who are required to wear the Yellow Star are not pe=
rmitted to live here"=20

It's a little more complicated than that: it appears that Jews who had to w=
ear the yellow star were in fact allowed to live in there. The document lis=
ts all residents in the house by ownership or whether they are the main ren=
ters of the apartment. There is only one owner (who it seems owns the build=
ing) and she is not required to wear the yellow star. But of the renters, t=
here are two (including your grandfather) who are required to wear the yel=
low star (ie. they are Jews). (And two apartments are empty because the ow=
ners have been "removed" - either forcibly moved out or had been asked/told=
to leave.) =20

There is no date that I can see on the document (just the year 1944) or any=
mention of whether the house was designated a yellow star house or not. As=
far as I know, >from about the middle of June 1944 the city of Budapest des=
ignated certain apartment buildings in which only Jews were supposed to liv=
e and these became known as Yellow Star houses because a yellow star had to=
be fixed on the outside of the building. (This was part of an effort to co=
ncentrate Jews for an eventual further deportation after the countryside wa=
s emptied of its Jews - this of course did not happen anymore as the Allies=
were beginning to win the war). But there were other buildings in which =
Jews lived and some of these also became known as Yellow Star houses. Obvi=
ously it was a complicated thing to check and supervise all buildings as to=
how many Jews lived in them and some could "hide" their Jewishness; althou=
gh the authorities made an effort to find out - and that is why such forms=
as this one had to be filled in (interesting that they did not have to wri=
te on the form "Jew" but instead whether they had to wear the star or not..=
.). The concierges had the role of declaring if the tenants were required =
to wear the yellow star (all Jews had to) or not. So some Jews were able to=
avoid being "detected" as Jews; they could bribe the concierge, etc. Your=
grandfather and family may have been able to hide for the remainder of the=
war (and of course it made little difference that they had converted...).

There is a fair amount of information about the Yellow Star houses (and som=
e has been shared on this list, eg the Open Society Archives had a project =
in 2014 with a list, map, and the history of these houses. ) By the way, =
Jews living in Yellow Star houses had to move into the Budapest ghetto in N=
ovember of 1944 (the Hungarian Arrow Cross government which came to power i=
n mid October 1944 was still hoping to get rid of the remaining Jews and k=
illed many thousands of them between October and the liberation of Budapest=
in Feb 1945).

Hope you find more information...
Best,
Judy

Judy Young Drache,
Ottawa


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Yellow Star House in Budapest #hungary

Susanna Vendel
 

Looking at the link I found as date of the original documents (page no
2) as 1st June 1944.

My father mentions in his memories that the Governement issued in 1943
a decision that Jews (even those in forced labor units) were allowed
to continue to work in the companies if these companies were
considered belonging to the National Defense.

Your grandfather who was an engineer, was probably one of the persons
who were allowed to live in a regular house to be able to continue to
work for the Company.

In the original document there are two columns with notations showing
that Rezso Gabor was an engineer at Szandai Granit mines and in one of
the columns the owner of the house mentions that R.G. is leader of the
department for constructions at the National Defense and that (if I
understand well Hungarian - this is to be checked!!) "his situation is
still under research".

I hope other people more knowledgeable in history and Hungarian will
be willing to check that and correct me.

Susanna Vendel, Stockholm


Hungary SIG #Hungary Warsaw IAJGS Conference is Almost Here! #hungary

bounce-3545406-772961@...
 

REGISTER NOW through July 28 for the IAJGS 2018 Warsaw Conference
August 5-10! (Rates are higher for on-site sign-up.)

Now offering ON-DEMAND! on-line viewing of most of the Conference
sessions via your internet-connected device beginning in mid-August
and going through next July!

Now offering our Conference App for free downloading.

Now available: our world-class program and world-class roster of
speakers and activities.
Get the latest info on new events and activities needing registration
at iajgs2018.org

Don't miss out. Do widzenia; l'hitraot; see you soon, in Warsaw!

Dan Oren
IAJGS 2018 Listserv Communications
Woodbridge, Connecticut USA


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: Yellow Star houses - h-sig digest: July 16, 2018 #hungary

judyyoung@...
 

(I am replying to the list as I think this may be of interest to some other=
s as well, or some others can provide additional information that would be =
useful to others.)

Dear Michele,

You make a statement that is not quite correct: "this is not a Yellow Star =
house, but rather, Jews who are required to wear the Yellow Star are not pe=
rmitted to live here"=20

It's a little more complicated than that: it appears that Jews who had to w=
ear the yellow star were in fact allowed to live in there. The document lis=
ts all residents in the house by ownership or whether they are the main ren=
ters of the apartment. There is only one owner (who it seems owns the build=
ing) and she is not required to wear the yellow star. But of the renters, t=
here are two (including your grandfather) who are required to wear the yel=
low star (ie. they are Jews). (And two apartments are empty because the ow=
ners have been "removed" - either forcibly moved out or had been asked/told=
to leave.) =20

There is no date that I can see on the document (just the year 1944) or any=
mention of whether the house was designated a yellow star house or not. As=
far as I know, >from about the middle of June 1944 the city of Budapest des=
ignated certain apartment buildings in which only Jews were supposed to liv=
e and these became known as Yellow Star houses because a yellow star had to=
be fixed on the outside of the building. (This was part of an effort to co=
ncentrate Jews for an eventual further deportation after the countryside wa=
s emptied of its Jews - this of course did not happen anymore as the Allies=
were beginning to win the war). But there were other buildings in which =
Jews lived and some of these also became known as Yellow Star houses. Obvi=
ously it was a complicated thing to check and supervise all buildings as to=
how many Jews lived in them and some could "hide" their Jewishness; althou=
gh the authorities made an effort to find out - and that is why such forms=
as this one had to be filled in (interesting that they did not have to wri=
te on the form "Jew" but instead whether they had to wear the star or not..=
.). The concierges had the role of declaring if the tenants were required =
to wear the yellow star (all Jews had to) or not. So some Jews were able to=
avoid being "detected" as Jews; they could bribe the concierge, etc. Your=
grandfather and family may have been able to hide for the remainder of the=
war (and of course it made little difference that they had converted...).

There is a fair amount of information about the Yellow Star houses (and som=
e has been shared on this list, eg the Open Society Archives had a project =
in 2014 with a list, map, and the history of these houses. ) By the way, =
Jews living in Yellow Star houses had to move into the Budapest ghetto in N=
ovember of 1944 (the Hungarian Arrow Cross government which came to power i=
n mid October 1944 was still hoping to get rid of the remaining Jews and k=
illed many thousands of them between October and the liberation of Budapest=
in Feb 1945).

Hope you find more information...
Best,
Judy

Judy Young Drache,
Ottawa


Re: 1933 Budapest Death Records on FamilySearch #hungary

HungarianRoots
 

Dear Moishe, dear all,

Budapest had 14 districts until the end of 1949, that is when all the curre=
ntly existing 23 districts were set up incorporating former suburban towns.=

I think the street you meant is Hollo utca, between Kiraly and Dob utca. Th=
is area is district VI. currently. So you should check records for this dis=
trict.
If it does not work then check nearby VII. and if that does not have it, di=
stricts VIII. and IX. where most of the nearby hospitals were.

I hope it helps.

Regards,

Karesz Vandor
genealogist/Historian/Private tour guide

Hungarian Roots
web: www.hungarianroots.com
e-mail: info@...
cell: +36-30-546-6950

You can see our Data Processing Information by clicking here http://www.hun=
garianroots.com/en/impress/ If you do not wish your data to be processed by=
us please send us a message to be removed. By not sending a message you ag=
ree to the above agreement.

This is our World and we only have One. Please consider not printing this e=
-mail thus saving trees and lives. If you need to print use the double-side=
d option.

-----Original Message-----
From: H-SIG [mailto:h-sig@...]
Sent: Monday, July 16, 2018 1:45 PM
To: H-SIG <h-sig@...>
Subject: [h-sig] 1933 Budapest Death Records on FamilySearch

Hello Fellow Researchers,

I understand that Family Search has death records online with digital image=
s for Budapest, well into the 20th century. I do not believe they are index=
ed. Budapest records seem to be divided among many districts.

My great-grandmother, Cirel Jurowicz, passed away 1 Sivan, 5693, which corr=
esponds to May 24/25, 1933. She lived on Holla Utza in the Jewish Quarter o=
f Budapest. It is right off Dob Utza which is the main street in that distr=
ict. Would anyone know which record group I would be paging through at Fami=
lySearch in order to locate her death record?

Thank you,

Moishe Miller
Brooklyn, NY
moishe.miller@...


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: 1933 Budapest Death Records on FamilySearch #hungary

HungarianRoots
 

Dear Moishe, dear all,

Budapest had 14 districts until the end of 1949, that is when all the curre=
ntly existing 23 districts were set up incorporating former suburban towns.=

I think the street you meant is Hollo utca, between Kiraly and Dob utca. Th=
is area is district VI. currently. So you should check records for this dis=
trict.
If it does not work then check nearby VII. and if that does not have it, di=
stricts VIII. and IX. where most of the nearby hospitals were.

I hope it helps.

Regards,

Karesz Vandor
genealogist/Historian/Private tour guide

Hungarian Roots
web: www.hungarianroots.com
e-mail: info@...
cell: +36-30-546-6950

You can see our Data Processing Information by clicking here http://www.hun=
garianroots.com/en/impress/ If you do not wish your data to be processed by=
us please send us a message to be removed. By not sending a message you ag=
ree to the above agreement.

This is our World and we only have One. Please consider not printing this e=
-mail thus saving trees and lives. If you need to print use the double-side=
d option.

-----Original Message-----
From: H-SIG [mailto:h-sig@...]
Sent: Monday, July 16, 2018 1:45 PM
To: H-SIG <h-sig@...>
Subject: [h-sig] 1933 Budapest Death Records on FamilySearch

Hello Fellow Researchers,

I understand that Family Search has death records online with digital image=
s for Budapest, well into the 20th century. I do not believe they are index=
ed. Budapest records seem to be divided among many districts.

My great-grandmother, Cirel Jurowicz, passed away 1 Sivan, 5693, which corr=
esponds to May 24/25, 1933. She lived on Holla Utza in the Jewish Quarter o=
f Budapest. It is right off Dob Utza which is the main street in that distr=
ict. Would anyone know which record group I would be paging through at Fami=
lySearch in order to locate her death record?

Thank you,

Moishe Miller
Brooklyn, NY
moishe.miller@...


Warsaw IAJGS Conference is Almost Here! #germany

IAJGS Listserv Communications <iajgs2018@...>
 

** Register Now ** through July 28 for the IAJGS 2018 Warsaw Conference
August 5-10! (Rates are higher for on-site sign-up.)

Now offering ** on-demand ** ! on-line viewing of most of the Conference
sessions via your internet-connected device beginning in mid-August
and going through next July!

Now offering our Conference App for free downloading.

Now available: our world-class program and world-class roster of
speakers and activities.
Get the latest info on new events and activities needing registration
at iajgs2018.org

Don't miss out. Do widzenia; l'hitraot; see you soon, in Warsaw!

Dan Oren, Woodbridge, Connecticut IAJGS 2018 Listserv Communications


German SIG #Germany Warsaw IAJGS Conference is Almost Here! #germany

IAJGS Listserv Communications <iajgs2018@...>
 

** Register Now ** through July 28 for the IAJGS 2018 Warsaw Conference
August 5-10! (Rates are higher for on-site sign-up.)

Now offering ** on-demand ** ! on-line viewing of most of the Conference
sessions via your internet-connected device beginning in mid-August
and going through next July!

Now offering our Conference App for free downloading.

Now available: our world-class program and world-class roster of
speakers and activities.
Get the latest info on new events and activities needing registration
at iajgs2018.org

Don't miss out. Do widzenia; l'hitraot; see you soon, in Warsaw!

Dan Oren, Woodbridge, Connecticut IAJGS 2018 Listserv Communications


GenTeam Adds to its Austria Database #germany

JewishGen German Research Division Coordinator
 

GenTeam has advised that it has added 560,000 additional entries online
making a total of approximately 18.7 million entries. These include:

- Military: Austro-Hungarian casualty lists 1914-1919
Already about 800.000 records online

- Burgenland: Jewish records of Deutschkreutz

- The Passau consistorial documents for Lower Austria

There are also additions to Catholic records including baptism, marriages
and burials >from Vienna and indices of Roman Catholic church registers for
various areas I Austria and Germany.

To access the above and the other 16 million plus entries go to:
http://www.genteam.eu/ Registration is required. The site is free and
continually updated.

Thank you to Ing. Felix Gundacker at GenTeam for advising us about the new
additions to the database.

Send any comments to: GerSIGmod@...

Thanks to IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JGSLA Pamela Weisberger Memorial Lecture at the IAJGS Warsaw Conference--August 6 6:00PM #germany

Jan Meisels Allen
 

To those attending the IAJGS 2018 Warsaw Conference:

Please attend the JGS Los Angeles (JGSLA)- sponsored lecture in memory of
Pamela Weisberger z'l who was the vice president, programming, JGSLA for
almost a decade, on Monday August 6 at 6:00-7:30pm. There are no other
conference-sponsored activities at the same time so please plan to attend!

The lecture will be given by Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett. The title is"
Meet the Family: A Journey of a Thousand Years at POLIN Museum: The
JGSLA-Pamela Weisberger Memorial Lecture"

Topic: How did a forty-year conversation with her father about growing up in
Opatow before the Holocaust prepare Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett to serve
as Chief Curator of the core exhibition at POLIN Museum of the History of
Polish Jews? This thousand-year history is a story of families and
descendants may well find their ancestors in the exhibition: Piotr
Wislicki's grandfather was an MP in the Polish Sejm during the interwar
years; Sylvain Cappell's great grandfather Rabbi Dov Berush Meisels
supported struggles for Polish independence during the 19th century;
Elizabeth Rynecki is documenting the paintings of her great grandfather
Moshe Rynecki; Gary Breitbart is dedicated to the legacy of his great
granduncle, the Jewish strongman Zishe Breitbart; and David Mazower
treasures the literary legacy of his controversial grandfather Sholem Asch.
This talk will offer a behind-the-scenes tour of POLIN Museum's core
exhibition >from a family history perspective.

Speaker: Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett
Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett is Chief Curator of the core exhibition at
POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. She is University Professor
Emerita and Professor of Performance Studies Emerita at New York University.
Her books include Destination Culture: Tourism, Museums, and Heritage; Image
before My Eyes: A Photographic History of Jewish Life in Poland, 1864-1939
(with Lucjan Dobroszycki); and They Called Me Mayer July: Painted Memories
of a Jewish Childhood in Poland Before the Holocaust, which she coauthored
with her father, Mayer Kirshenblatt. She was born in Canada during the
Second World War to Jewish immigrants >from Poland.

We look forward to seeing you at this special program!

Jan Meisels Allen
Past Chairperson, Pamela Weisberger Memorial Lecture Committee
On Behalf of the JGSLA Board of Directors


German SIG #Germany GenTeam Adds to its Austria Database #germany

JewishGen German Research Division Coordinator
 

GenTeam has advised that it has added 560,000 additional entries online
making a total of approximately 18.7 million entries. These include:

- Military: Austro-Hungarian casualty lists 1914-1919
Already about 800.000 records online

- Burgenland: Jewish records of Deutschkreutz

- The Passau consistorial documents for Lower Austria

There are also additions to Catholic records including baptism, marriages
and burials >from Vienna and indices of Roman Catholic church registers for
various areas I Austria and Germany.

To access the above and the other 16 million plus entries go to:
http://www.genteam.eu/ Registration is required. The site is free and
continually updated.

Thank you to Ing. Felix Gundacker at GenTeam for advising us about the new
additions to the database.

Send any comments to: GerSIGmod@...

Thanks to IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


German SIG #Germany JGSLA Pamela Weisberger Memorial Lecture at the IAJGS Warsaw Conference--August 6 6:00PM #germany

Jan Meisels Allen
 

To those attending the IAJGS 2018 Warsaw Conference:

Please attend the JGS Los Angeles (JGSLA)- sponsored lecture in memory of
Pamela Weisberger z'l who was the vice president, programming, JGSLA for
almost a decade, on Monday August 6 at 6:00-7:30pm. There are no other
conference-sponsored activities at the same time so please plan to attend!

The lecture will be given by Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett. The title is"
Meet the Family: A Journey of a Thousand Years at POLIN Museum: The
JGSLA-Pamela Weisberger Memorial Lecture"

Topic: How did a forty-year conversation with her father about growing up in
Opatow before the Holocaust prepare Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett to serve
as Chief Curator of the core exhibition at POLIN Museum of the History of
Polish Jews? This thousand-year history is a story of families and
descendants may well find their ancestors in the exhibition: Piotr
Wislicki's grandfather was an MP in the Polish Sejm during the interwar
years; Sylvain Cappell's great grandfather Rabbi Dov Berush Meisels
supported struggles for Polish independence during the 19th century;
Elizabeth Rynecki is documenting the paintings of her great grandfather
Moshe Rynecki; Gary Breitbart is dedicated to the legacy of his great
granduncle, the Jewish strongman Zishe Breitbart; and David Mazower
treasures the literary legacy of his controversial grandfather Sholem Asch.
This talk will offer a behind-the-scenes tour of POLIN Museum's core
exhibition >from a family history perspective.

Speaker: Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett
Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett is Chief Curator of the core exhibition at
POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. She is University Professor
Emerita and Professor of Performance Studies Emerita at New York University.
Her books include Destination Culture: Tourism, Museums, and Heritage; Image
before My Eyes: A Photographic History of Jewish Life in Poland, 1864-1939
(with Lucjan Dobroszycki); and They Called Me Mayer July: Painted Memories
of a Jewish Childhood in Poland Before the Holocaust, which she coauthored
with her father, Mayer Kirshenblatt. She was born in Canada during the
Second World War to Jewish immigrants >from Poland.

We look forward to seeing you at this special program!

Jan Meisels Allen
Past Chairperson, Pamela Weisberger Memorial Lecture Committee
On Behalf of the JGSLA Board of Directors

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