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In eternal memory

Our dear and beloved parents

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Joszua Mordechai Perkal - dab661b.jpg [21 KB]
Tauba Perkal z”l Joszua Mordechai Perkal z”l
   
Our mother Tauba Perkal zl, died in 1925

Our parents settled on Dabrowa Gornicza land
in the last decade of the 19th century. Their hearts
were open to all the poor and the oppressed

Our father Joszua Mordechai Perkal z”l

Killed in tragic circumstances when the
Jewish community in Polnica (Polnitz) was
liquidated by the Nazis


May their souls be bound up in the bond of eternal life

Their memories will remain with us forever

  Their daughter Gita
Their son Lajbl
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Our father z”l,
who died in Dabrowa

Mother and brother Israel (Olo),
who were killed by the Nazis

May their memories be erased

And our family members, whose fate was the same
as the whole Jewish community of Dabrowa.

Their memories will remain with us forever


Zajnwel and Szlomo Fisz
France





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