700 Polish Citizens Killed While Helping Jews During the Holocaust


      700 Polish Citizens Killed While Helping Jews During the Holocaust
Over 6,300 Polish citizens have been honored in Jerusalem at Yad Vashem s Righteous Among the Nations for providing assistance to Jews during the Holocaust This book contains a list and brief accounting of 700 that were killed while attempting to hide or take care of their Jewish neighbors My great uncle, Josef Gnidula, was one of them.Also included are the names of over 150 Jewish victims as well as survivors including Emanuel Ringelblum, Sala Rubinowicz, Else Schwarzman, Leycha Kap an, Aleksander G sior, Henryk Gergera, Rozalia Jaworska, Tadeusz Lipi ski, Zygmunt Ma us, Stanis aw Pe yk, Tomasz P atek, Sylweriusz P atek, Edward R ysko, W adys aw Saski, Eugeniusz Skwieci ski, Marian Smater, Piotr Smater, Jan Szcz sny, J zefa Szyperska, Aleksandra W sowska, Jan W sowska, Mieczys aw W sowski, W adys aw W jcicki, Jan Zaga czyk Best Download 700 Polish Citizens Killed While Helping Jews During the Holocaust [ by ] Terese Pencak Schwartz [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 44 pages
  • 700 Polish Citizens Killed While Helping Jews During the Holocaust
  • Terese Pencak Schwartz
  • English
  • 20 May 2017

10 thoughts on “ 700 Polish Citizens Killed While Helping Jews During the Holocaust

  1. says:

    This book is basically a reprint of what can already be found online here It tells whatever information there is to be had about the rescuer, the person or people they were trying to rescue, and what happened Often there is little to go on, however.I think what this book would be most useful for would be for either the Holocaust section of libraries duh or the genealogy section people whose ancestors were among those w...

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