“Lost Youth” – Photographs

Liber Taub
Mother Chana Taub neé Adler and my sister Bela Taub perished in Treblinka
Brother Szlomo Taub z“l. He was a member of the chief leadership counsel of the Youth Zionist Movement in Poland. He was last heard from Wilna. Perished in the Holocaust
Brother Icchak (“Icze”) Taub z“l receiving the championship of Maccabi in Plock, 1932. He was last heard from Wilna. Perished in the Holocaust.
Mother Chana Taub neé Adler from Lipno with her brother Morris z“l and her sister Mania who perished in the Holocaust
Rozka, Mania's sister and her husband with their child. All perished in Auschwitz.
Mania's parents Chana neé Wiloga z”l and her husband Abraham Goldberg z“l from Sosnowiec. Perished in Auschwitz.
Hela Goldberg, Mania's sister, from Sosnowiec. Perished in Auschwitz
Maternal grandfather Menachem Mendel Adler z“l from Lipno
Drawing of Auschwitz made by the author Liber Taub from memory during a whole week
Plock, the author's collection. Photograph taken by Liber Taub in March 1945
Liber Taub and Mania neé Goldberg after their wedding

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