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The Zabludow Wooden Synagogue, Poland - 17th century

The Zabludow Wooden Synagogue, Poland - 17th century

1988 - Stamp: The Zabludow Wooden Synagogue, Poland - 17th century (Israel) (Festivals…

1988 - Stamp: The Zabludow Wooden Synagogue, Poland - 17th century (Israel) (Festivals…

The Wooden Synagogue of Warka. Warka, Poland. (Source: Avotaynu.com) - My Newmark ancestors were in Warka in the late 1800s.

The Wooden Synagogue of Warka. Warka, Poland. (Source: Avotaynu.com) - My Newmark ancestors were in Warka in the late 1800s.

Moshe Verbin: Wooden Synagogues of Poland in the 17th and the 18th Century.  	 Lutomiersk

Moshe Verbin: Wooden Synagogues of Poland in the 17th and the 18th Century. Lutomiersk

Wooden synagogue Poland

Wooden synagogue Poland

This man has lost both legs, thirty years ago in a Russian pogrom. Warsaw, 1937 .   His wife had died of a heart attack, but his small son had survived, and now was the bearer. Every day before going out in search of work, carrying his father on the street and gave him bread and water for the day. The evening brought back the old man to his house.

This man has lost both legs, thirty years ago in a Russian pogrom. Warsaw, 1937 . His wife had died of a heart attack, but his small son had survived, and now was the bearer. Every day before going out in search of work, carrying his father on the street and gave him bread and water for the day. The evening brought back the old man to his house.

The Shtetl - the Jewish communities of Eastern Europe, where the culture of the Ashkenazim flourished before WWII.

The Shtetl - the Jewish communities of Eastern Europe, where the culture of the Ashkenazim flourished before WWII.

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