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In Conclusion

The Editors

Translated by Judie Goldstein

With the conclusion of the “Pinkus Krynki”, we would like to express our thanks to all of those who contributed articles, photos, maps, etc to the publication of the Yizkor Book; and to those who put together the list of Jews in Krynki; and our landsman Abraham Soifer who allowed us to use and translate parts of his book “Krynik in Hurbn” [Disaster in Krynki] and his publishers the Krynker landslayt in Uruguay and Argentina; our friend Emil Sola who skillfully published the “Pinkus” and especially for creating the jacket and the book binding, as well as the printing and his workers.

And a special thanks to the artist Mrs. Nuta Kozlowsky (Chicago) who furnished the sketches of the Holocaust for the “Pinkus”.

Praise all of them.


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After the Book was Completed

Translated by Judie Goldstein

The following pages contain details and photographs that for various reasons were not included in the book.

 

More Names Of Krynker Fighters Who Perished

After the text of our “Pinkus” was printed, we became aware of more names of Krynker fighters who perished (published in “Lexicon HaGbura”, Part 2 of Volume 1, published by “Yad Vashem”, Jerusalem, 1969.

  1. Lev Mashal, son of Tuvia and Feyga, Born 1911 in Krynki, lived and worked in Bialystok, a member of the Underground, fell during the uprising, August 1943. Details supplied by Geler.
  2. Kolia and wife, from Krynki, belong to the Underground in Bialystok ghetto, perished August 1943.


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Personalities

Translated by Judie Goldstein

kry372a.jpg  Wolf Weiner (Velvel der Stoler [the carpenter]) Former alderman and Vice-Mayor in Krynki
kry372b.jpg David Gotlieb Leader of the Krynker 'Bund' and was Vice-Mayor in Krynki
kry372b.jpg Jakob Mordchilevitch Through his efforts the synagogue was rebuilt after the fire
Wolf Weiner
(Velvel der Stoler
[the carpenter])
Former alderman
and Vice-Mayor
in Krynki
David Gotlieb
Leader of the Krynker
Bund” and was
Vice-Mayor in Krynki
Jakob Mordchilevitch
Through his efforts
the synagogue was
rebuilt after the fire

 

Organized Community Events

kry372d.jpg  'Tarbut' School Class
kry372e.jpg 'Tarbut' School Class
“Tarbut” School Classes

 

kry372f.jpg 'Bund' activists in Krynki
“Bund” activists in Krynki

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kry373a.jpg  The Drama Circle
kry373b.jpg The Drama Circle
The Drama Circle
[Written on the right hand photo: Krynki Drama Circle June 1939]

 

Krynki Today … (April 1967)

kry373c.jpg  The market place and the Orthodox Church
The market place and the Orthodox Church

 

kry373d.jpg  The market place
kry373e.jpg The market place today a city park
The market place The market place today a city park

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The town, the Holocaust, and the revolt in the eyes of Krynki

 

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