The destruction of Lubartow:
A Memorial to Lubartow and Its Martyrs

(Lubartów, Poland)

51°28' / 22°38'

Translation of
Khurban Lubartow:
a matzewa Lubartow un Lubartow Kedoshim

Edited by: B. Tshubinski

Published in in Paris, 1947




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Acknowledgments

Project Coordinator and Translator

Ester Csaky



This is a translation of: Khurban Lubartow: a matzewa Lubartow un Lubartow Kedoshim
(The destruction of Lubartow: A Memorial to Lubartow and Its Martyrs), ed. B. Tshubinski.
Paris, Association of Lubartow, 1947 (Y).


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The memory of Lubartow

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Megilat Lubartow - Yosef Honigsblum 7
My prayer - Rachel Goldfinger 13
Beshurot - Rachel Goldfinger 14
A “Grus” from home 15
Lubartowians who perished 17
Lubartowians under the 'nails' of the Germans and the Judenrat 34
Our martyrs 36
With fire and death 43
I survive in the USSR 44
Lubartowians who survived 47
Lubartow, where are you - Mechel Krochmalnik 49
Lubartow-Paris inhabitants 51
The suffering and destruction of the Lubartow-Parisien inhabitants - Pesach Grandsztein 53
Children in the shadow of death 58
Lubartowians deported from Paris 59
Slavery at the hands of the Vichy 71
Bernard Bekerman 72
Yizkor Day 74
Lubartowians in a brave defence agianst the enemy 78
The death of the partisan Yakov Lorca - Dr Leon Moszinsky 79
Lubartow grandchildren - Mori Fingier 79
M.Krochmal - The Battle in the Liberation of Warsaw 82
Morris Zylber - S.Schuchman 83
Isidor Greenberg 83
The Family Szteinmiller 86
Chil Gelman in Toulouse 87
The poor mother - Gitel Zonenszein Schuchman 90
Lubartowians who live in our memory 92
Lubartow, a little history and geography 93
Higher and lower : Lubartowians - social classes and Lubartow personalities/characters-Moshe Beigelman 94
I remember - Goldfinger 99
Photos and personalities - Mira Biderman 102
The defence and the youth of the Brumen Mira Biderman 106
Continuation of Lubartow in Paris 111
Lubartow immigrants in Paris - Moshe Beigelman 111
Friends from Lubartow - Chil Gelman-Zonensztein 113

 

Translator's Note: The titles and surnames have been transcribed/translated to the best of my ability. Some surnames are written phonetically as it was difficult to transcribe from the Yiddish. Where family names were repeated in a list, the name appears once in this transcription. My apologies to any families whose names I have misspelled.

Ester Csaky, Australia


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