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|Brief Description||A Jewish family from Radzyn, apparently photographed in the early 1930s||Similar Items|
|Registry No.||55362צ||Similar Items|
|Donor||Sendler Anna||Similar Items|
|Period||Before World War II||Similar Items|
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A Jewish family from Radzyn, apparently photographed in the early 1930s.
In the photo: Jankel Zamkowski, his wife Henia (standing on the right) and Fela Wajnapel - Litman (center).
Apparently Henia and Fela were sisters.
1) All the photo subjects apparently perished in the Holocaust.
2) The photograph comes from the estate of Pesach ben - Hirsz Wajnapel of Radzyn. Wajnapel came to Russia from Poland during the First World War and stayed there. He was murdered in 1938 in one of the purges of the Stalin regime. Close