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|Brief Description||Testimony of S. Gudol.||Similar Items|
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|Period||During World War II||Similar Items|
|Author||Godol S.||Similar Items|
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Testimony of S. [possibly Staszek] Gudol. Written in Polish.
Gudol was born in the town of Wlodawa in the Lublin district.
In 1939 the family fled eastward and was deported to Siberia. After a year they were permitted to migrate and relocated to Central Asia, to Bukhara in Uzbekistan, where they remained for four years.
In May 1946 the family returned to Poland. Upon their arrival in the city of Legnica (Liegnitz) in Silesia, the youth joined a "children's kibbutz."
Note: A "children's kibbutz" was a children's home belonging to one of the Zionist pioneering youth movements, operating along the communal lines of the kibbutz model in Israel. Close