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The Holocaust

 

I Will Not Cry…

by Ephraim Talmi (Wluka)

Translated by Alex Weingarten

I will not cry, I will not sigh,
Because there is no tear in my eye;
Nor will I send
My scream to nowhere.
Silently my pain will part
From the hiding places of my heart
Until it forms a pile
Full of bitter bile,
Until it rises like a watery pillar
  A scalding fire, ablaze
The memento of sin, blame,
The mark of Cain and shame
For a generation evil and vile
Standing in the blood of mine…
I will not cry and will not shout,
Their blood will only wait out
My silent fury
For my day of vengeance, to come.
 
5703 [1943]

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Publication and Pamphlets about Sierpc: “United Sherpser Relief Committee”, “A Collection of Sierpc Survivors of the Holocaust”,
“The Destruction of Sierpc 1939-1945”

 

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The Tombstones that the despicable Nazis used to pave the Jewish Street were removed from the street and prepared for restoration
The Kamnitza (Great House) is visible on the hill; the houses to the right of the Kamnitza including the New Beit Hamidrash (School and Prayer Center) - were destroyed. The small houses that are visible there are on Gurna Street
 
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The “Tabernacle” (where the bodies of the deceased were purified) remained standing in the destroyed cemetery

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The tombstones being transported back to the cemetery

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Sherptzer Cemetery; Tombstones Restored to their Places; the Sherptzer Committee; Year 1946?

 

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The Monument That Was Erected by the Surviving Remnants in the Sierpc Cemetery, and Inscribed:
“In Memorium to the Sierpc Jews That Were Overcome by the Hitlerist Murderers in the Years 1939/45”

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The Jewish Street, where most of the houses were destroyed.
On the right is the Old Beit Hamidrash (School and Prayer House) and Horowitz's house.
To the left - the houses of Nipomoszcz, Rozynek, Litvinski, and Shaletski.
(With the exception of the Beit Hamidrash, they were all large houses)

 

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Rabbinate of the
Jewish Religious Community in Sierpc
 
Administration of the
Jewish Community in Sierpc

 

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Heshel David the Gaon (Genius) Goldschlak
Head of the Rabbinical Court of Sheps
and the District (Rubber Stamp)
 
Administration of the
Jewish Community in Sierpc (Rubber Stamp)

 

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