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Picture section (cont.)

Members of the kibbutz Carmel in Dynow

Standing from right: Eli. Shmuel Rata, shoa in Belgium, Israel Tzuker, shoa, Wolf Lariner, Eisik Hertzlich, USA.
Seated from right: Awraham Rubinfeld, shoa, Yossef Schenbach, New York, Itzik Shia Kasser, Yudel Rubinfeld, Itzik Jahre, shoa.

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Women pioneers

Standing from right: Male Weintraub, shoa, Riwkah Nok, New York, Yetta Katz, New York, Taube Rota, (daughter of Dawid Rota), shoa.
Seated from right: Hene Rota (daughter of Benyamin Rota), shoa in Belgium, Aaron Shpringer, leader of the group

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From the right: Yossef Rosenboim, shoa, Moshe Grinspan in Israel, engineer Weinreich shoa, doctor Gawler, Mendel Frenkel shoa. The man that is standing in the background is Hersh Shtartz who is asking for a loan.
Picture presented by Pinhas Kessler, secretary of the Dynower society

 

Wandering Jews of Dynow

Eliezer Walner and his family and Moshe Rosenberg. All of them in New York

 

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