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“Generation after generation will pass …
and no one will remain to remember us and our forefathers …” (cont.)

 
Gershke Slep (left) with Shalom Gilinsky
from Salok [Salakas], 1988

 

 
Gershke and Shalom, according to tradition, encircle the slaughter pits
Who knows the place where our dears are lying…”

 

 
“Taking leave of our loved ones…”
Zamke Glezer
(from Dusiat, left), Gershke and Shalom

“To this day, the Gentiles continue to burrow in the graves and scrabble among
the bones of our loved ones who were slaughtered, in the hope of discovering gold.”

 

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