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A group of Beitar members on the steps of the Polish cultural center “Sokol” (1938)

 

Part of the extensive Altman family

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The Mendel, Klinger, Steinkoll and Baron families (1935)

 

The Hebrew class in Kuty (1924)

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The Schechter Family (1938)

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Members of “Hashomer Hatzair” in Kuty (1920)

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A group of young people from Kuty in an orchard at the foot of Mount Ovidius (1937)

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Members of the Tatka Zvibach family
(1929/30)
 
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The ancient Jewish cemetery from the 18th century, in Kuty (1990)

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We are honored to invite you to participate in the dedication ceremony of the grove/unveiling of the sign in the name of the martyrs of the Kuty community in the area of the “Poland Saints' Forest” on the land of the National Fund for Israel, which will be held on Sunday, 27 Nisan 5723 (21.4.63) at 15:00, next to Eshtaol in the Jerusalem Corridor.
Sincerely,

National Fund for Israel   Organization of Kuty veterans

 

People from Kuty, survivors of the Holocaust, in a group photo next to the tombstone in memory of the martyrs of Kuty who perished in the Holocaust, Forest of the Martyrs (1963)

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A registry certificate in the KK”L (Keren Kayemet Leyisrael) Golden Book in honor of Dr. Moshe Mendel

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The market square (the Rynek)
The photo was taken in 1990

 

The (former) Polish General School for Boys in Kuty (1990)

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Polish Roman-Catholic Church (1990)

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The City Hall in the Market Square (Rynek) in Kuty (1990)

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Rabbi Chaim Druckman in the market square (Rynek) in Kuty
The photo was taken in 1990

 

The Old Courthouse in Kuty (1990)

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A bridge over the Chermosh River, connecting Kuty with Wiesnitz (1990)

 

 
A tombstone in memory of the martyrs of the Kolomyia community and the surrounding area in the Nachalat Yitzhak cemetery
 
A memorial sign in the Holocaust basement on Mount Zion (1992)

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Avihu ben Aryeh Klinger
 
Avihu ben Aryeh Klinger, son of Luba and Lucia, second generation of Holocaust survivors, was born on October 16, 1953. On October 7, 1973, he fell in a battle during the Yom Kippur War at Tel Fares in the Golan Heights, he was 20 years old on his death.

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Moshe Fux
 
Born in Moshav Betzet to Polish immigrant parents, survivors of the Holocaust. His mother passed away when he was 7 years old. He learned in “Ort” high school in Afula.

On the eve of Rosh Hashanah, he returned to Sinai and of course also to the tank.

The H-hour. Moshe went with the warriors to stop the advance of the enemy.

Two hours after the outbreak of war, he fell in the battle for defending one of the outposts on the canal line.

He was 19 years old on his death.

Born in 25th of Av, 5714 (24.8.1954)

Died on the 10th of Tishrei, 5734 (6.10.1973)

 

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