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Radzilover Photo Album, Part 2

Pictures taken in Poland


Chana Finkielsztejn, 1937-38
Survived the Holocaust along with
her parents (middle) and siblings (far right)
Went to Israel, 1946

Wedding Photo, 1921
Chaya (nee Wasersztejn) and
Yisrael Finkielsztejn
Survived the Holocaust along
with all four children

Three of the Finkielsztejn children,
1937-38
[L-R]: Sholem, Menachem, Yaffa
Survived the Holocaust along
with their parents (middle)
and sibling (far left)
Went to Israel, 1946

Gutwert family in the backyard of their house
during World War One [Chaim Berel was a tailor]
[Marks are discoloration from old photograph]
[L-R]: Chaim Berel, Hindi (Ida), Ick Moszk (aka Alek),
Szejna, wife Miriam (nee Remba), Esther, Doba
Chaim Berel, Miriam, Szejna and another daughter Gittel
all killed in Radzilow, 1941; Alek killed in Swislocz, WWII;
Esther went to Cuba, 1924; Ida went to Cuba, 1929;
Doba went to Israel, 1935

German Military in the gazebo they built
during World War One in the backyard
of the Gutwert-Remba family house
The owners of the house, Chaim Berel Gutwert
and Miriam (nee Remba) Gutwert,
were killed in Radzilow, 1941

Ick Moszk (Yitzhak Moshe) (aka Alek) Gutwert postcard
Swislocz-Radzilow, August 5, 1931
Killed in Swislocz, WWII

Ick Moszk (Yitzhak Moshe) (aka Alek) Gutwert with his students
H.N. Bialik Tarbut Hebrew School, Radzilow, 1935
[Named after Haim Nahman Bialik, Yiddish Poet;
Tarbut were the secular Hebrew Schools
in Europe between the Wars]
Alek killed in Swislocz, WWII

Ick Moszk (Yitzhak Moshe) (aka Alek) Gutwert
and wife (name unknown)
Swislocz-Radzilow, June 17, 1939
Both killed in Swislocz, WWII

Gutwert Family, early 1920's
[L-R]: Esther, Gittel, mother Miriam (nee Remba),
Doba, Szejna, father Chaim Berel Gutwert, Hindi (Ida), Alek
Chaim Berel, Miriam, Szejna and Gittel all killed
in Radzilow, 1941; Alek killed in Swislocz, WWII;
Esther went to Cuba, 1924; Ida went to Cuba, 1929;
Doba went to Israel, 1935

Szejna Bejla (Yaffa) (nee Kuberska)
and Moszk Dorogoj, 1920's or 30's
Szejna killed in Radzilow, 1941
Moszk and his son Kiwa were killed in 1945
when they returned to Radzilow after the war,
after having hidden throughout the period in nearby Slucz

Dorogoj children, ca 1922
[L-R]: Fejge or Szyma, Bencyjon, Frume
Bencyjon went to Israel, 1936; Frume escaped just as the
Germans advanced into town and she made her way to
Lodz, Latvia, Russia, and eventually to Israel in 1948;
She was not the 1st person killed in the pogroms, as written
in the Grajewo Yizkor Book (it was her sister Szyma);
Feige & Szyma were both killed in Radzilow, 1941

Late 1930's
Twin Boys: Mordechai Menachem and Yaakov Tzvi Zilbersztejn
Both killed in Radzilow, 1941

Zilbersztejn - Jonkac (Jakac) Family, ca 1939
(Top row): Chaim Yosef, Rywka Rochla Zilbersztejn
(Bottom row): Siblings Yaakov Tzvi and Chana Gitel Jonkac;
Twins Yaakov Tzvi and Mordechai Menachem Zilbersztejn
All six children killed in Radzilow, 1941

Late 1920's
Siblings: David Kalman, Chana Reizel
and Moshe Zilbersztejn
David went to Cuba, 19xx
Chana and Moshe went to Israel, 19xx

Zilbersztejn - Jonkac (Jakac) Family
Early 1920's

Early 1930's
Siblings: Chana Reizel
and Dawid Kalman Zilbersztejn
Chana went to Israel, 19xx
David went to Cuba, 19xx

Alta/Sara (nee Zilbersztejn) Baginski
and son Avram Chaim Baginski
(Sara and Herman Bagwin)
Both went to America, 1920


[Front-center]: Tauba (Tova) Zilbersztejn;
[Others]: Unknown cousins
Tauba went to Cuba, 19xx

Unknown cousins
of the Zilbersztejn family