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Radzilover Photo Album, Part 11 - Mosze Szymon Rozenbaum Collection

Pictures taken in Poland


Sisters Brajna and Shaine Rozenbaum
Both killed in Radzilow, 1941

Yankel Rozenbaum in middle of
front row; others unknown
Yankel killed in Radzilow, 1941
Fates of others unknown

ca 1939
Mosze Szymon Rozenbaum
and his cousin Laibl Rozenbaum
Mosze went to Australia, 1939
Laibl killed in Holocaust

ca 1939
Friends of Mosze Szymon Rozenbaum,
names unknown
Both went to Israel

ca 1939
Mosze Szymon Rozenbaum on far right
and a group of friends
Mosze went to Australia, 1939
Fates of others unknown

February 1939
Mosze Szymon Rozenbaum
saying farewell to his friend Wasersztejn
Mosze went to Australia, 1939
Wasersztejn went to Israel

February 1939
Mosze Szymon Rozenbaum
saying goodbye to unknown person
[most likely from the Sawicki family]
Mosze went to Australia, 1939
Fate of woman unknown


Cousin Rachel Sawicki
Killed in Radzilow, 1941

February 1939
Mosze Szymon Rozenbaum
and his cousin Rachel Sawicki
Mosze went to Australia, 1939
Rachel killed in Radzilow, 1941

[L-R]: unknown, unknown, Sawicki cousin
[They are probably all Sawicki siblings]
Cousin killed in Radzilow, 1941
Fates of others unknown

Feb 11, 1939
Unknown cousins of Mosze Szymon
[most likely from the Sawicki family]
Photo given as going-away memento:
"I give this (photo) as an eternal
memory for my beloved cousin
Moszek Rozenbaum, February 11, 1939"
Both believed killed in Radzilow, 1941

[L-R]: A former girlfriend of
Mosze Szymon Rozenbaum,
unknown, unknown
Fates unknown

February 1939
Mosze Szymon Rozenbaum,
shortly before leaving Radzilow,
paying his last respects
at the fresh grave of his father,
Zundel Rozenbaum, who had
passed away only four weeks earlier.
Mosze went to Australia, 1939

Wooden Box
[Given as a going-away gift in 1939]
Inscription reads:
Na Wieczna Pamiatke,
Dla Kolegi, M. Rozenbauma,
Ofiaruje, A. Fajkowski.
Translation: In token of friendship,
[Literally "For eternal memory" - a common Polish expression when inscribing
something like a picture or a nice present],
To my friend, M. Rozenbaum,
From A. Fajkowski.

The S.S. Ormonde,
departed from London to Australia
Arrived May 1, 1939

School notebook shared by
Mosze Szymon Rozenbaum and
his best friend Arczy (Archie) Fajkowski
during the early 1930's
Read more about the notebook

Mosze Szymon Rozenbaum's report card
from the 1934-35 School Year
Read translation of report card
Rabbi Goldberg of Grajewo
photo and letter available upon request.

Letter written in Yiddish on fine,
onion skin paper, in very small print.
Scan makes everything legible.

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