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Rubinski, among Turek oldest immigrants to Eretz Israel (“Olym”),
near the memorial for Turek Jews in Nachlat Yitzhak cemetery Givataiim, Israel.






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Certificate from KK”L (The Jewish national Fund):
Trees were planted in the the Jewish Polish Martyrs forest,
near Jerusalem, in memory of the martyrs of Turek,
who perished during the bloody rule of the Germans in WWII


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