Translation of Neurim Avudim
Written by Liber Taub
Privately published in 1995
Ada Holtzman zl
Our sincere appreciation to Liber Taub for permission to put this material on the JewishGen web site.
This is a translation from:
, Lost Youth: Holocaust Memories; Survived as a Boy: Two Ghettos,
One Forced Labour Camp, Three Concentration Camps, Liber Taub, author, 1995, privately published
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To the memory of the parents of my wife Mania, her mother Chana neé
Wiloga, her father Abraham Goldberg,
her sisters Rozka, Hela and all the other memebrs of her family who perished in the Holocaust.
|A Forward, March 1995|
|Before and the beginning of WWII|
|To Gombin and backwards|
|545 Forced Labour in Plock|
|Works I performed in various German units|
|Building shooting range|
|The Air Force quartermastership|
|The Archbishop city|
|The Archbishop Dr. Nowowiejski|
|The priests school|
|My brother Herszek (Cwi)|
|The genius Rabbi Zysza Plocker of blessed memory|
|Erection of the Ghetto until deportation|
|The paternal grandfather Ber Taub zl died in ghetto Starachowice and is buried in its Jewish destroyed cemetery. His son, Tuwia Taub zl, my father, died after one month and is buried near him. No single photo of them both remained They died of hunger|
|Forced Labour Camp Starachowice|
|Shoes - Part 2|
|The Way to Plock|
|(See also: http://www.zchor.org/taub/taub.htm)|
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