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Radom Ghetto גטו ראדום

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  • Dr Anatol Fryd (b. - 1943)
    Dr Anatol Fryd was a Jewish gynaecologist, taken from Radom in the Purim Massacre. On arriving at nearby Szydlowiec they found newly dug graves waiting for them and were shot. The Holocaust - Marti...
  • Dr Wladyslaw Cung (b. - 1943)
    Dr Wladyslaw Cung was a Jewish neurologist, taken from Radom in the Purim Massacre. On arriving at nearby Szydlowiec they found newly dug graves waiting for them and were shot. The Holocaust - Mart...
  • Miriam Liebeskind (b. - 1942)
  • Matla Rozensztajn (1921 - 1942)
    On December 3 1942, Matla Rozensztajn escaped from a labour camp in Poznan. She was brought to the Lodz ghetto and shot. Source The Holocaust - Martin Gilbert, page 503
  • ??? Michalowski (deceased)

Radom Ghetto was a World War II ghetto set up in March 1941 by Nazi Germany in the city of Radom in occupied Poland, for the purpose of persecution and exploitation of the local Polish Jews. Liquidation of the ghetto began in August 1942 and ended in July 1944, with approximately 30,000–32,000 victims sent to their deaths in cattle trucks at the Treblinka extermination camp.