Shtetl Łopuszno - the Memory Survived
(Łopuszno, Poland)

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Translation of
Sztetl Łopuszno pamięć przetrwała

Edited by: Marek Maciągowski, Yaacov Kotlicki

Published in Kielce, 2004



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This is a translation from: Sztetl Łopuszno pamięć przetrwała (Shtetl Łopuszno - the memory survived),
Editors: Marek Maciągowski, Yaacov Kotlicki, Published by “Firma Usługowo-Handlowa Galeria” in Kielce, 2004 (Pol 217 pages).

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In memory and honor of
my great-grandmother Lea Goldszajd;
my grandmother Chaya Kotlicki (nee Garfinkel) and grandparents Jacub & Rywka Goldszajd;
my uncles and aunts Haim Goldszajd, Chana Goldszajd, Chana Kotlicki, Israel Kotlicki, and their families;
my family members Izrael Kapitulnik, Fishel & Brandl Wikinski, Jankel & Sura Kalmowitz and their families;
and our relatives of families Goldszajd, Goldszajder, Kotlicki, Wikinski, Garfinkel, Weltman, Kenigstein and Sosnowski

who lived in Lopuszno and were murdered in the Holocaust


In honor of my parents

Sara (nee Goldszajd)
and Zwi (Hershel) Kotlicki

(survivor of the Kielce Pogrom of 1946)

Let this book be a monument to the Honorable Jewish Community of Lopuszno, obliterated from earth
about 60 years ago and in honor of our ancestors, the Jewish founders and inhabitants of Lopuszno.

Yaacov Kotlicki

{great-grandson of Abraham Kotlicki , Berek Goldszajd and Aba Wikinski who lived in Lopuszno during the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century; great-grandson of two of Izrael Zajwel Weltman's daughters – the administrator of Lopuszno during the first half of the 19th century; grandson of Jacub & Rywka Goldszajd (nee Wikinski) and Moshe Kotlicki; son of Sara ( Sura) Kotlicki (nee Goldszajd)- all born and lived in Lopuszno during the 19th and 20th century.}


On Dobiecki's Estate
From a village to a town
At home
Hard years
Towards extermination
The memory survived
Recorded in the registers
Goldszajd-Kotlicki family pictures
Kapitulnik family pictures
Sosnowski-Kenigsztein family pictures
Goldsajd-Kotlicki family tree, prepared by Zvi Hershel Kotlicki


Spis Treści

W Dobrach Dziedzica Dobieckiego
Prawo do wlasnego domu
W Rodzinnych Domach
Od Wsi Do Miasteczka
Droga Do Zagłady
Przetrwała Pamięć
Zapisani W Księgach

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