Memorial Book of Krynki
(Krynki, Poland)

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Translation of Pinkas Krynki

Edited by: D. Rabin

Published in Tel Aviv by Former Residents of Krynki
in Israel and the Diaspora, 1970


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This is a translation from: Pinkas Krynki; Memorial Book of Krynki, ed. D. Rabin,
Tel Aviv: Former residents of Krynki in Israel and the Diaspora, 1970


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Yiddish translated by Dora Rytman and Judie Goldstein

Hebrew translated by Sara Mages

The “Pinkas” Title Page  
To you Krinki / Baruch Nib [H] 5
To you Krinki (Krinek) / Benedict Nisht [Y] 7
“Pinkas Krinki” / The Editorial Board [H] 9
The “Pinkas Krinki” [Y] 11
With gratitude and blessing [Y] [H] 14
A praise to the hard working initiators / The Editor [Y] [H] 15
 
From the history of the Jews in Krinki / Dov Rabin (pages 25-30)
From the distant past [H] 25
“The Writ of Privilege” [H] 25
The Burgher's Attack on Jewish Rights [H] 26
Krynki – A Community Member of the Council of Lithuania [H] 27
The Krinki Community Rebels [H] 28
Krinki's Jews in the 19th century; At the beginning of the century; During the Polish uprising of 1863; Krinki produces textile [H] 29
Chapter on the fires [H] 30
 
From the history of the Jews in Krinki / Dov Rabin (pages 31-37)
From the distant past [Y] 31
The description of the emergence of the community [Y] 31
The bourgeois against the rights of the Jews [Y] 32
The Krinki community, Kehila, at its beginning [Y] 33
Krinki a community in Lithuania [Y] 33
The government assembly and its meeting in Krinki [Y] 34
The Krinki people revolt [Y] 35
Krinki Jews in the 19th century [Y] 35
During the Polish uprising in 1863 [Y] 36
Krinki produces textile; chapter on the fires [Y] 37
 
Bibliography/Sources [H] 38
 
About Jewish Life in Krinki: during the second half of the 19th century until 1896 (pages 39-40)
The first tannery in town / D.R. [H] 39
 
About Jewish Life in Krinki: during the second half of the 19th century until 1896 (pages 40-52)
Through the decades / Ab[raham] Miller 40
Chapter on textile production [Y] 40
Krinki in Confusion [Y] 41
The Fires [Y] 41
The Shtetl Is Rebuilt [Y] 42
The Beginning of the Tannery / A.B. Miller 42
People Become Tanners / Hillel Katz-Bloom 44
From Tanners to Leather Manufacturers / Ab[raham] Miller 45
The First Tanners [Y] 45
 
Krinki Rabbinate / Dov Rabin
Krinki's first Rabbis and Preachers [H] 47
About two presidents of the rabbinical court - R' Yosef son of R' Asher HaCohen; R' Baruch Lawski / Moshe Zinovich [H] 48
Krinki Rabbinate / Dov Rabin [Y] 49
The First Rabbis [Y] 49
Preachers [Y] 50
The “Haskalah” / Dov Rabin
The emotions of the “Haskalah Movement” [H]
51
“Enlightenment” Winds [Y] 52
 
In the flourishing years of Krinki (1897 - 1915) / Dov Rabin (pages 53-61)
The Jewish population [H] 53
The situation and the struggle of Jewish Krinki [H] 53
Tanning, the life of Krinki / The condition of the tanners; The tanners' first struggle [H] 54
The first strike [H] 56
The continuation of the tanners' struggle [H] 57
The political activity of Krinki's workers and revolutionaries [H] 58
The Anarchist activity [H] 58
The rebellion in Krinki [H] 60
Disappointment and depression [H] 61
 
In the flourishing period of Krinki (1897- 1915) / Dov Rabin (pages 62-93)
General overview [Y] 62
The Jewish population [Y] 62
The economic state and the aspirations of the Krinki Jews [Y] 62
Tanning, the life of Krinki [Y] 63
The first strike [Y] 66
Krinki a town of Torah [Y] 66
Under Russian cultural influence [Y] 66
The beginning of Krinki Zionism [Y] 67
 
The Tannery Town of Krinki in creativity and struggle
The tannery center
Krinki a town with a name / Mordecai V. Bernstein [Y] 68
The tannery / Shmuel Geler [Y] 68
 
The Strike Period
The condition of the Jewish tannery workers and laborers / M.V. Bernstein [Y] 69
The beginning of the strike movement / H. Weinberg (Hershel Pinkes) [Y] 69
Before the start of the strike / Yossel Cohen [Y] 70
My debate with the rabbi / H. Weinberg [Y] 71
Terror and arrests / Yossel Cohen [Y] 72
The first victory / Hillel Katz-Blum [Y] 72
The workers became aware of their power / A.B. Miller [Y] 73
The second tanners strike [Y] 73
The prolonged tanners battle for a humane existence / Sofia Dubrow Ehrlic [Y] 73
 
Revolutionary activity
Beginning of the revolutionary movement in Krinki / Dov Rabin [Y] 75
The revolutionary propaganda / Betzalel (Alter) Patchebutski [Y] 76
 
The activities of anarchists
The beliefs of the anarchists - terror - acts. Demonstrations of the anarchists [Y] 77
Niamke the anarchist [Y] 78
The activities of the Krinki anarchists outside of their shtetl [Y] 79
The workers take over the power in Krinki / Aba Lev-Btz (Alter) Patshebatski [Y] 80
A S. Lutz revives the “Bund” / Nechum Bliacher-M. Friedman [Y] 82
 
From the cultural-social life in Krinki. A center of Torah  
Rabbi Zalman Sender Shapiro and his Yeshiva / Moshe Zinovich [H] 83
 
Zionist Activities [H] 85
The Zionist Movement in Krinki at the beginning of the century / Baruch (Bendet) Nib [H] 85
 
Education and Culture [H] 85
In the changes of times / D.R. [H] 86
Jewish students in the “Municipal” school; A Jewish “incident”; The “Heder Metukan” [Reformed Heder] / Benedict Nisht (B. Nib) [H] 86
“Female Hebrew Teachers” / Ida Avitov (Hinda Nisht) [H] 86
 
From the cultural-social life in Krinki. A center of Torah  
Rabbi Zalman Sender Kahanee Shapiro and his Yeshiva [Y] 89
Cultural conditions and aspirations / D.R. [Y] 91
The cheder improved / Benedict Nisht (B.Nib) [Y] 92
 
The First World War [H]  
Mutual aid to the refugees [H] 93
 
The First World War (pages 94-110)
The beginning of Russian defeats
Relief to homeless refugees / Benedict Nisht (B. Nib) [Y] 94
At the end of the summer 1915 / D. Selkof [Y] 94
 
Under the German occupation (Fall 1915 - Spring 1919) [H]  
Under the pressure of the occupier / Dov Rabin [H] 95
A sigh of relief - and shortage; The livelihoods of the time; In starvation and distress / Shamai (Sheima) Lider [H] 97
Changes in the society: Rabbi Weintraub / Shamai Kaplan [H] 97
 
The German occupation (Fall 1915 - Spring 1919)
Under the pressure of the occupier / Dov Rabin
Under oppression and great needs [Y] 98
The trades during the destitute times [Y] 99
In the abandoned tannery places / Shmuel Geler [Y] 100
Jewish cultural resurrection / D. R__N [Y] 100
The “Literary Society” and its struggles / Israel Vaner [Y] 101
Zionist activities and Hebrew education; The “Zionist Center”; “Tzeirei Zion”; The Hebrew School / Baruch Nib [H] 104
The Hebrew elementary school / Benedict Nisht [Y] 105
Struggle with Germans for teaching in Yiddish / Sarah Fel-Yelin [Y] 106
 
During the time of the revolutions
With the departure of the Germans; The domination of the worker's council / S. Lider [H] 107
 
During the time of the revolutions
The workers reign in Krinki / Israel Stolarski [Y] 108
The activities of the workers regime and its demise / Wolf Ekstein [Y] 108
Activities of the “Bund” during the war years / Hershel Giteles Augustovski [Y] 110
A song about the war years / AB Miller [Y] 110
 
Jewish Krinki between the two World Wars (pages 111-145)
(September 1939- May 1919)
In Krinki after the First World War / Zev Tzor [H] 111
 
The Jewish community in Krinki between the two wars / Dov Rabin [H]
The beginning of the Polish rule; Between the Jews of Krinki and their neighbors [H] 113
The Jewish economic systems[H] 114
The struggle for economic survival [H] 115
The last glorious years [H] 116
 
The Jewish Public Life [H]
In the religion are [H] 117
The public streams and their power [H] 117
The public streams and their power [H] 117
Social welfare [H] 120
 
Torah and Traditional Devotion in Krinki
A community embedded with Torah and Virtues / Hanoch Sorski [H] 122
Rabbi Reb Khizkiyahu Yosef Mishkovski / David Mishkubski [H] 122
R’ Shmuel Lev, May the Lord avenge his blood – a judge and a rabbi / Hanoch Sorski [H] 125
 
Hostels of Torah and Religion / Hanoch Sorski
Beit Yosef” Yeshiva; Houses of prayer and study [H] 125
Hederim”; Teachers; A Slonim Hassid [H] 127
Reb Shmuel Glembutski / Chaya Glembutski-Rabinowitch [H] 127
Agudat Yisrael” and its young members; Notable Krinki’s residents who lived out of town / Hanoch Sorski [H] 128
 
Krinki’s Zionism and its activities
The movement’s direction and status / Dov Rabin [H] 128
 
The Jewish education project
The Hebrew School / Efraim Ben Efraim [H] 130
More about our school during the changing of rulers / S. Kaplan [H] 132
The Hebrew High-School / Efraim Ben Efraim [H] 134
With the Hebrew teachers in Krinki / Arnold Rozenfeld [H] 135
An energetic pioneer for Hebrew education / Daniel Preski [H] 136
In conclusion [H] 137
 
At the edge of the Hebrew School
A libel on the teacher Atel / Efraim Ben Efraim [H] 138
An incident in the literature society theater / S. Kaplan [H] 139
 
Labor Zionism and Immigration
HeHalutz” / D.R. [H] 141
 
The Labor Zionism Movement / Shmuel Harbars-Krupnik
HeHalutz” Chapter [H] 141
The scalding of vessels on Passover eve [H] 142
HeHalutz” carpentry workshop [H] 142
Poale Zion” [Workers of Zion] social party 143
The Zionist library named after Heshel Sapirstein; For the benefit of the national funds; The “Freedom and Revival” association [H]
 
Sports Groups
Macabi” [H] 143
Bar Kochba” [H] 144
HeHalutz Hatzair” [H] 144
From local activities – to the “Hakhshara” / Dvora Levin-Shepets [H] 144
HeHalutz Hatzair” at the height of its activities / Chaim Sheinberg [H] 144
 
Under the Renewed Polish Reign (pages 146-166)
(May 1919 - September 1939)
General overview / Dov Rabin
The Beginning of Polish Rule [Y] 146
Jews and Christians in Krinki [Y] 146
Economic discrimination [Y] 147
Krynki – An “Economic Ruin” [Y] 149
Dynamism & Mutual Aid Initiatives [Y] 149
 
The Jewish Public Life
Social Competition
Vigilance and Activity [Y] 151
Ideologies and Political Currents [Y] 151
The Competition of Social Forces [Y] 151
The Bund [Y] 152
The Communists [Y] 153
 
Education & Culture
The Secular School in Yiddish [Y] 153
The Hebrew School [Y] 154
Libraries [Y] 156
 
The Zionist Movement
Trends Within the Movement and What they Supported [Y] 157
The Hekhalutz Aliya to Eretz Israel [Y] 158
 
The Life Pulse Of Krinki / Shmuel Geler  
The Economic Life of the Jews [Y] 159
 
Religious Life
Torah and Traditional Devotion in Krinki [Y] 162
Rabbi Reb Khizkiyahu Yosef Mishkovski / David Mishkubski [Y] 163
Krynki Melamdin / Betzalel (Alter) Patshebutski [Y] 164
Two Reb Shmuels [Y] 164
Reb Shmuel “der Rebetsin's” [Y] 165
Reb Shmuel Glembutski / Yishie Drayzi [Y] 165
 
Once there was our Krinki (pages 174-176) [H]
Our Krinki / Frida Zalkin-Kushnir [H] 167
Seven days in our town / Shmuel Geler [H] 168
A weekday; Market day [H] 168
Krinki is welcoming the Sabbath [H] 170
Friday evening [H] 171
In the atmosphere of Judaism and Zionism / Yehudah Eckstein [H] 172
From the way of life /Ashe Golob [H] 172
A story about an informer / Efraim Ben Efraim [H] 173
 
Our Shtetl Krinik (pages 175 - 188)
From my childhood year / Beilke Shuster - Greenstein 175
Krinik / Avrom Soyfer 176
The weekday Krinik / Shmuel Geler 180
On a market day [Y] 181
The dear Sabbath comes [Y] 183
Friday evening [Y] 184
Baruch Vladek visits the eternal light / Daniel Charney 185
The “Skif” / Hershel Zakheim 186
From the Krinki “Hakhalutz” / Shmuel Herbarem-Krupnik 187
A summary [Y] 188
 
Images from old Krinki (in the second half of the 19th century)
R’ David Morani – the master of those days / Yehezkel Kutik [H] 189
R’ Yosle’s rescue act / Yishai Dreizik [H] 189
Kupel Zalkin – Krinki’s pioneer tanner / Y.N. Steinsaper [H] 190
My teacher and grandfather / Moshe Weinberg (Pinkas) [H] 190
Two images: Pinchas the builder, R’ Shmuel Tenzer / Avraham Miller [H] 191
Teachers in the “Study Societies” / Berel Zakon [H] 191
The Polish doctor / D. Skloph [H] 192
 
Krinik in the Past: From the Distant Past (pages 193-203)
From my Contact with Krynik and Krynkers / Yehazkel Katyk 193
Krynker Thieves [Y] 193
David Moreynu [Y] 193
Yosel Lieder [Y] 195
Reb Yosele Hatzadik (what people said) / Issy Drayzik 195
From The Weekly Portion “Krinker Revolutionaries” I See Everything Again (a poem) / Yosel Cohen 196
My First Master / A. M. Weinberg (Meshal Pinkus') 197
My Journeys to Krynik / Sam Levin 199
The Attempted Assasination of a Manufacturer / Betzalel (Alter) Potchebutski / Nachum Anschel Knischynski 200
“Niomke Anarchist” (As told by his older brother) / Lipa Friedman 201
Krynker “Revolutionaries” Who Went Abroad / Betzalel (Alter) Patchebutzki 202
Socialist Activities of a Proletarian High School Student / Sarah Fel-Yellin 202
The Great Fire [Y] 203
A Worker's Reading Circle [Y] 203
 
Description and memories (pages 204-221)
My Kavkaz (mountain) / Wolf Ekstein 204
Our shtetl in the past / Avram Miller 205
The waters in Krinik [Y] 205
The market place and the streets [Y] 206
Count Varion stacks tree bark for Krinik [Y] 206
A cloud burst [Y] 206
The tanneries in the past [Y] 207
The artisans [Y] 207
Nice citizens, Maggids, Hassidim, Cantors [Y] 208
From the respected citizen of the community [Y] 208
Types from among the “common people” [Y] 208
Triple storied names [Y] 209
The pastimes of the children [Y] 209
During the reconstruction of Krinik [Y] 209
Mentally ill, dark souls (underworld) [Y] 210
Dark “souls” [Y] 210
Krinker healers - doctors [Y] 210
Pharmacists and midwives [Y] 211
Healers, exorcists and other healers [Y] 211
Something more about a Polish doctor / D. Selkof 211
Krinik Of My Memories / Berl Zakon (Belartzer) 213
Krinker Manufacturers [Y] 213
Fires [Y] 214
Great men of the Torah [Y] 214
Luminous figures 215
Special common people [Y] 215
Remember / Moishe Weinberg (Pinkes) 216
 
The Krinki life-style
Not a fanatical Community / Berl Zakon (Belartzer) 217
The Sabbath and High Holidays; The Holy Sabbath [Y] 217
Days of Awe [Y] 218
Sukes [Y] 218
Hanukah and Purim [Y] 219
The dear Passover [Y] 219
Shavuos [Y] 219
Tishebov [Y] 219
“Linat Hazedek” [Y] 219
The mentally ill, confused people, and nicknames / Betzalel Patschebutski 220
A disturbed person [Y] 220
Seasonal disturbed people [Y] 220
An Exorcist [Y] 220
Nicknames [Y] 220
Nicknames according to Chaim-Opstam [Y] 221
An error / A. Fridenstein 221
 
Notices and Lists (pages 223-224)
Yiddish names of the Krinik streets [Y] 223
Names of regions [Y] 223
Jews on the Krynki Town Council [Y] 223
Dedication of the “Public Heder” [Y] 223
“Krinker Vakhnshrift” [Y] 223
“Funken” [Y] 223
“The young revolutionaries” [Y] 223
A book about Krynki and Krynkers [Y] 224
Investigator, man of letters and world scientist – a Krynker [Y] 224
The only female judge in the Israeli army – with a Krinki connection [H] 225
 
Additions (Pages 225-228)
Fundraising in Krinki in 1903 for the victims of the Kishinev pogroms [H] 226
 
At the outbreak of the Storm 1939-1941 (pages 226-228) [H]
At the beginning of WWII/ Fear and Terror [H] 229
22 months under the protection of the Red Army / A temporary rescue and anxieties [H] 229
Teaching in Krinki during the Soviet rule / Arnold Rosenfeld [H] 230
From Krinki to Israel via the Soviet Union / Yehudah Eckstein [H] 230
The remaining members of “HeHalutz Hatzair” / Chaim Sheinberg [H] 231
 
At the outbreak of the Storm (pages 231-234)
Jews in Krinki under Soviet reign / Koshnir Alihou and Fride Zelkin 231
The beginning of WWII / Bielke Shuster-Greenstein 232
On the eve of Russian invasion / Abraham Soyfer 233
Under the reign of the Red Army / B. Shuster-Greenstein 233
 
Destruction and Heroism
The destruction and the end of the Jewish community of Krinki (pages 235-260)
Massacre and Ghetto / The Editor [H]
At the beginning of the German invasion [H] 237
Fires and the first massacre; The Polish Anti-Semites; Edicts and Persecutions [H] 238
The Judenrat and its duties [H] 238
The imprisonment in the Ghetto [H] 238
The sufferings in the enclosure – slavery, crowdedness and starvation [H] 239
Abuse and malice; “Feldfebel” the terror [H] 241
The bloody day of Passover eve – The killers’ songs and the “negotiation”; The slaughter [H] 242
The absorption of exiles; Epidemics; Forced labor in the pool [H] 243
The Ghetto’s last months; A tendency to rebel [H] 243
 
The Annihilation of the Community/ The Editor
The liquidation of the Ghetto
244
 
The Scroll Of Kelbasin
In the Valley of Death / Dov Rabin
[H]
The “Gathering camp” and its “commanders” [H] 245
In Rintzler's Hell [H] 245
How I survived Kelbasin’s hell / Feivel Wolf [H] 247
In the survivors’ camp / Abraham Soyfer [H]
Unable to escape; Krinki's Judenrat
249
 
Our suffering during the Holocaust of Jewish Krinki / Eliyahu Kushner
The pharmacy on the border [H] 250
In the emptied Ghetto [H] 251
With the survivors in the tannery [H] 251
Hiding underground in a crate [H] 252
In Sodom under the protection of a couple of human beings; Another person in the Evil Den [H] 253
The Red Army is approaching; The gentiles take revenge on our rescuers [H] 253
To Auschwitz with the Krinkers / Abraham Soyfer [H] 254
Jumping From the Death Train and Arriving in Bialystok/The Editor [H] 255
In Auschwitz / Abraham Soyfer [H] 255
Facing death; In Birkenau [H] 255
Facing a woman survivor from Krinki [H] 256
A rebellion in the death camp [H] 257
 
Krynki’s Partisans / The Editor [H] 259
The “Maksim” group; In the “Frojs” Battalion; Krinki’s Partisans and fighters – alone in their units [H] 260
 
Destruction and heroism. (pages 263-318)
A dream (a song) / Sarah Fel-Yelin 263
The Cataclysm - Nazi Germany Attacks Russia / Avram Soyfer 264
The Downfall Of The Jewish Community Of Krynki / Lola Wolf-Resnik 264
The Jewish Quarter Is Bombed And Destroyed [Y] 264
The Mass Murder At The Town Pastures [Y] 265
“Better We Should Be Sacrificed For The Sake Of The Town Rather Than The Town Be Sacrificed For Us” [Y] 265
The Polish Anti-Semites Take Revenge On The Jews [Y] 266
Edicts And Persecutions [Y] 266
We Are Closed Up In A Ghetto [Y] 266
The Judenrat [Y] 267
Life And Scenes Of The Krynki Ghetto [Y] 267
Jew-Baiting And Murders [Y] 269
The “Twenty Men Action” [Y] 269
The Murderous Sergeant [Y] 270
Hunger And Epidemics [Y] 270
The Pre-Passover Action [Y] 270
Brestivitzer Jews Are Transferred To Krynki [Y] 271
The Ghetto Is Divided [Y] 271
The Liquidation Of The Ghetto [Y] 271
The Work Camp And It's Liquidation [Y] 272
In the Ghetto / Abraham Soyfer 273
Deterioration and Overcrowding [Y] 273
Bloody Friday [Y] 274
“One Should Escape to the Forests” [Y] 274
The Nazi Murderers and their Polish Collaborators / Chaim Weiner 275
The Liquidation of the Ghetto / Abraham Soyfer 275
The Scroll Of Kelbasin / Dov Rabin 277
The Chief Murderer and his “Court Sentence” [Y] 277
Rintzler's Hell [Y] 277
The Struggle For Survival / Feivel Wolf 279
Early Tribulations [Y] 279
And It Began Like This [Y] 280
In The Krynki Ghetto [Y] 281
The Massacre Before Passover [Y] 282
Before The Destruction [Y] 282
Inside The Kelbasin Camp [Y] 284
In Rinzler's Hell [Y] 284
On The Way To Death [Y] 286
Do Not Forget, Remember! (poem) / Chaim Sheinberg 288
After the Departure for Treblinka / Feivel Wolf 289
In the Grodno Ghetto [Y] 292
The Factory-Camp / Abraham Sofer 293
The Last Road [Y] 295
Jumping From the Death Train and Arriving in Bialystok / The Editor 297
In Auschwitz / Abraham Sofer 298
With Krynki Jews in Birkenau [Y] 298
Our First Victims in the “Work” Camp [Y] 299
Weekly Torah Readings “Canada” [Y] 300
The Krynki Mutual Aid [Y] 300
The Krynki Girl [Y] 301
The Crematoria Are Burning [Y] 302
Let Us Blow Up the Crematoria! [Y] 303
Shlomoh Avnet Killed in the Battle [Y] 303
Struggling & Wandering / Feivel Wolf 305
The “Big Action” (Slaughter) in Grodno [Y] 305
Escaping from Grodno [Y] 306
Wandering – Homeless [Y] 307
My Brother Leaves [Y] 310
I Join the Partisans [Y] 311
Krynki Partisans / The Editor 312
More about Moshe Slapak and his Krynki partisan group / Shmuel Geler 313
Partisans and Krynki fighters; Jews and their unity [Y] 315
A Krinker “organizes” a Passover Seder in a German concentration camp [Y] 316
Exhumation of the Krinki martyrs / Shmuel Wolf and Heschel Eizen 317
The roster of the victims. The victims of the bloody Passover-eve [Y] 318
On the Ruins of Jewish Krinki: My Shtetel, Krinki / Sarah Fel-Yelin 318
On our ruins (from my visit) / Baruch Nib [H] 319
From my visit [H] 319
With the Krinkers - on the way to Israel / Arnold Rozenfeld [H] 321
 
After the Holocaust (pages 322-325)
On the ruins of the Jewish Krinek / Baylka Shuster-Greenstein 322
On the cemetery of our home town / Sarah Fel-Yelin 322
On our ruins. My last visit / Benedict Nisht 323
 
Necrology [Y] 328
They Fell for the Defense of Israel's Birth [Y] 333
        Yisrael Korngold [Y] 
        Tuvia Gendler [Y] 
        Yehuda Zhack [Y] 334
        Nakhum Nisht [Y] 
        Ya'ir Friedman [Y] 335
        Yitskhak Khefer [Y] 
Monument On The Field Of Ashes At Treblinka [Y] 338
Perpetuating And Remembering [Y] 339
Krynker Yizkor Committee [Y] 340
This Is How We Began Trees–Memorial candles for our martyrs [Y] [H] [Y] 342
A Children's House In The Name Of Our Murdered Community [Y] [H] 343
Pictures [Y] 344
Our Written Grave Stone [Y] [H] 346
A Memorial Book about the Destruction of Krynik [Y] [H] 347
Memorial Services For the Krynker Martyrs [Y] 348
Krynkers Around The World (Pictures) 350
With the conclusion of the “Pinkas” / Dov Rabin [H] 359
The Final Word [Y] 361
Index [Y] [H] 362
In Conclusion [Y] [H] 370
After The Book Was Completed [Y] [H] 371
More Names Of Krynker Fighters Who Perished [Y] 371
Personalities (Pictures) [Y] 372
Organized Community Events [Y] 373
Krynki Today … (April 1967) [Y] 373
 
Krynki Map
Synagogues in Krynki
Cemetery in Krynki
You Tube video from Krynki, Poland
 


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