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|Catalog No.||18687||Similar Items|
|Brief Description||A roll call formation of children who were cared for by the Coordinatsia in Poland and came to the Dornstadt DP camp in Germany.||Similar Items|
|Registry No.||39112p||Similar Items|
|Donor||Erez (Orzech) Zvi||Similar Items|
|Donor||Karpovsky Cipora||Similar Items|
|Donor||Balint Lea||Similar Items|
|Period||After World War II||Similar Items|
|Date of event||05/10/1946||Similar Items|
|databank||Photo Archive||Similar Items|
An assembly formation of children who were cared for by the Coordinatsia in Poland and came to the Dornstadt DP camp in Germany. In the photo: the counselors Yechiel Charbulowski (on the left) and Tova (on the right; surname unknown). Photographed on October 5, 1946.
1) The Koordynacja ("Zionist Coordination") was an organization in postwar Poland which located and took care of Jewish children who had either been living with Christians, in hiding, with the partisans, or returned from the USSR.
2) Written on the back of one of the other copies of this photograph is a notation identifying the teacher Zvi Orzech - Erez (standing on the left). Close