Memorial book Szydłowiec /

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Material Information

Title:
Memorial book Szydłowiec /
Uniform Title:
Shidlovtser yizker bukh
Uncontrolled:
Szydlowiec memorial book
Physical Description:
349 p., 43 p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
Kagan, Berl
Publisher:
Shidlowtzer Benevolent Association in New York
Place of Publication:
New York
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Jews -- Poland -- Szydłowiec (Radom)   ( lcsh )
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Poland -- Szydłowiec (Radom)   ( lcsh )
Ethnic relations -- Szydłowiec (Radom, Poland)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
non-fiction   ( marcgt )

Notes

Statement of Responsibility:
editor, Berl Kagan ; translated from Yiddish Max Rosenfeld.
General Note:
Translation of: Shidlovtser yizker bukh.
General Note:
Title on t.p. verso: Szydlowiec memorial book.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 22277864
lccn - 90183007
Classification:
lcc - DS135.P62 S9572513 1989
ddc - 940.53/18
System ID:
AA00000348:00001

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SZYDLOWIEC
Memorial Book


Translated from .Yiddish
MAX ROSENFELD





c Copyright 1989 by:
Shidlowtzer Society
1730 West let Street
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11223








Published by Shidlowtzer
Benevolent Association in New York


New York, 1989













Contents

INTRODUCTION Page

1. Brief history of the Book ................................ 11
2. Akiba Berlinski .......................................... .. 13
3. Yitzhok Goldkorn ........................................ 15

FROM THE BEGINNING TO 1918
1. E. Lifschutz The Jews of Szydlowiec ............. 21
2. Berl Kagan Rabbis and Rebbeim ................ 32
3. Motl Eisenberg In peaceful times ............... 36
4. Moshe Schwartzfuter Of times gone by .......... 44
5. Shmuel Chustetski A bit of history ............... 48
6. M. Bernstein The cemetery ....................... 49

BETWEEN THE TWO WORLD WARS
1. Jacob Pomerantz A city of labor ................ 55
2. Simcha Blander Religious life .................... 56
3. Abraham Finkler Jews in City Council .......... 59
4. Isaac Milstein Melamdim Hedorim ............ 60
5. Devorah Blander Customs ......................... 62
6. Hershl Kriss Blood Libel ........................... 63
7. Sarah Zeller "Mendl Trotsky" ................... 64
8. Isaac Milstein Theater and Artists ................ 66
9. Reyzl Kwiatowski Doctors ......................... 69
10. Elka Silberman Dentists ........................... 71
11. Pearl Teichman Our Youth ....................... 72
12. Frieda Kuplik The Mill ............................. 72
13. Yankl Silberman A matter of spirits ............. 73
14. Leybush Glas Death of two boys .................. 74
15. Majorek Rosenberg Tragic memories ............ 75











INSTITUTIONS AND PARTIES


1. Saul, Hinda Zlotov The Zionist Movement ..... 79
2. Yankl Silberman The "Bund" .................... 80
3. Yosel Silberstein Betar ............................. 83
4. J. Silberman Poale Zion ............................ 84
5. Malke Silberman Mizrachi ........................ 84
6. Abraham Finkler Bikur Holim ................... 85
7. B. Kagan Before the Holocaust (A Summary) 86

HOLOCAUST
1. Isaac Milstein Chronicle of the Destruction ..... 93
2. Abraham Finkler A Ghetto without
barbed wire ............................................... 137
3. Motl Eisenberg Running from death ......... 161
4. Ben-Tsion Rosenberg Escape from the Abyss 186
5. Israel Friedman Under the Nazi boot ........... 199
6. Moshe Kunovski Saved by a Well ............... 202
7. Isaac Moro My brothers fate ..................... 203
8. Chaya Kornbroyt Our hiding-place .......... 205
9. Joseph Friedenson Hassidic Underground .... 207
10. Isaiah Henig Episdoes in our torment ......... 216
11. Berl Krajevski Out of the trap ................... 220
12. Leah Eisenberg A Radom "Aktsie" .......... 221
13. Elka Schreiberger Kitchen for refugees ....... 223
14. Neche Katz Our neighbors ....................... 223
15. Jeremiah Meyerfeld Catholic "Love" ......... 224
16. Wolfe Eisenberg A Jewish policeman ........... 224
17. Moshe Cooperberg A boy in Ghetto ............. 225
18. Toba Sharfhartz From home to Auschwitz .... 226
19. Mindia Citrinbaum Caught in trap ............. 228
20. Leybl Monk From hiding to camp ............ 228
21. Yankl Silberman My last look at our shtetl ... 230
22. Isaac Moro On the "Aryan" side ................. 231












23. Abba Rosenbaum With an "Aryan pass" ...... 235
24. Nathan Stark With forged papers .............. 238
25. Mordechai Strigler The Skarzysko camp ...... 241
26. Isaac Milstein In camps with Szydlowiecers .. 278
27. Abraham Weisbrot Ghetto, Hiding-place and
cam p ....................................................... 282
28. Elka Silverman How we saved ourselves ....... 287
29. Menachem Rosenzweig In Hasag ............... 292
30. Fishl Kornbroyt Just luck ........................ 293
31. Hannah Bavnik First days in Hasag ............ 294
32. Eliezer Levin A Seder in camp ................. 295
33. Choneh Piasek In Ghetto ......................... 296
34. Miriam Silberman One of many ................ 297
35. Feyge Shwartzfing In the camp ................. 297
36. Osher Kornbroyt From Juzefow to Hasag ..... 298
37. Feitshe Eisenberg From camp to camp ........ 300
38. Hannah Freilich I cannot forget ................ 301
39. Bronek Tsingisser Among good Christians .... 303
40. Motl Eisenberg Camp Wolonow ................ 305
41. Jacob Pomerantz Kingdom of death ......... 309
42. Jacob Shapshewich Starchowicz ............... 310
43. Jacob Binshtok Danger after danger ......... 313
44. Rachel Lederman Three sisters in the camps 313
45. Leybl Silberman In the camp ................... 315
46. Abraham Tseigfinger Leap from a death train 318
47. Mordechai Richter Escape ....................... 320
48. Shmuel Chwstecki Across the border ........... 321
49. Shlomo Rosenzweig Wherever our eyes
took us ..................................................... 322
50. Yosl Silverstein Death in Toulouse ........... 323
51. M. Dreynodl In France ............................ 324
52. Joshua Krantz In Belgium ........................ 324
53. Max Ostro The last deportation ................. 325





























54. Isaiah Henig First labor camps ................. 329
55. Dora Blander From Shidlovtse to Dachau ..... 333
56. Isaac Milstein Shidlovtse in 1980 ............. 335
57. Michael Pomeranz A journey without end .... 337
58. B. Kagan Life during the Holocaust
(A Summary) ............................................ 345
59. Szydlowiec in Picture .................................
60. Yizkor .......................................... ..........