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|Catalog No.||21387||Similar Items|
|Brief Description||Members of the Dror movement commune in Lodz after the war.||Similar Items|
|Registry No.||09736p||Similar Items|
|Donor||Jakubowicz Yosef (donor and his estate)||Similar Items|
|Donor||Frumer Yosef||Similar Items|
|Donor||Folman - Raban Chavka||Similar Items|
|Period||After World War II||Similar Items|
|Date of event||08/1946||Similar Items|
|databank||Photo Archive||Similar Items|
Members of the Dror movement commune in Lodz after the war. Photographed in the yard of the commune in August 1946. In the photo: Yitzhak Zuckerman (standing, right), Meir Blizowski (standing, second from the right), Lowa Lewite (standing, third from the right), Chava Folman - Raban (standing, fourth from the right), Zvi Melnitzer - Netzer (standing, fifth from the right), Yonat Sak - Sened (standing, sixth from the right), Boria Judkowski (standing, fifth from the left), Moshe Szarfsztein (standing, third from the left), Motl Tereszczanski - Tirosh (standing, second from the left), Sara Shner (seated on the right), Josef Jakubowicz (seated, third from the right), David Lesznicer - Lanir (seated, fourth from the left), Natan Blizowski (seated, third from the left), Hela Leneman (seated, second from the left), and Shaike Zukowski (seated on the left). The girl, Jospa Szafel, was recovered by the Coordinatsia.
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. Close