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Ruven Rolnik (b. - 1943)

In the Vilna ghetto. Murdered with its destruction.

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Saul Trotsky (b. - 1941)

In later August 1941 the Gestapo appeared at 6 Strashuna Street in the Vilna ghetto and arrested Saul Trotsky, Chairman, with sixteen others of the Judenrat and sent them all to be executed. Source ...

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Yitzhak Wittenberg (1907 - 1943)

Yitzhak Wittenberg (1907—July 16, 1943) was a Jewish resistance fighter in Vilna during World War II. He became famous as the leader of the Fareynikte Partizaner Organizatsye - FPO , a resistanc...

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? Jakobowitz (b. - 1942)

8 January 1942, Jacobowitz was one of twenty five people gassed in a truck in the forests outside Vilna. Michael Podklebnik was taking the gassed bodies from the truck and happened to notice one pers...

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Mania Liff (b. - 1941)

Mania Liff was Reuben Ainsztein's sister, also in Vilna. Among the Jews from Vilna, driven to clear snow from train lines in a blizzard, was Mania Liff. She saw a Jew give a piece of bread to a Rus...

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? Kosherowsky (b. - 1941)

? Kosherowsky was one of twelve Jews who had been tortured for more than two months. They were all members of the Jewish Council of Piotrkow. Jacob Berliner had avoided capture and gave himself up ...

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A. I. Goldschmid (b. - 1941)

A.I. Goldschmid was murdered in the Ponar prison. He was a Yiddish writer, who had been brought to prison with his friend, the Yiddish grammarian, Noah Pilutzki. Each day the two scholars had been ...

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Noah Prilutzki (b. - 1941)

Noah Prilutzki was murdered in the Ponar prison. He was a Yiddish grammarian, who had been brought to prison with his friend, the Yiddish writer, A. I. Goldschmid. Each day the two scholars had bee...

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Pinkus Kohn (b. - 1941)

Pinkus Kohn was a young Jewish historian, deported to Ponar on August 31 1941, at the same time as Dr Jacob Wigodsky They were taken from Vilna in trucks to the pits at Ponar and murdered. Source ...

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Jacob Wigodsky, Dr (b. - 1941)

For twenty years Dr Jacob Wigodsky had been the leader of Vilna Jewry. He was arrested on 24 August 1941 and held in prison. He was eighty six years old. A week later he was killed at Ponar. So...

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W. Sakowicz (b. - 1941)

W Sakowicz was a Polish journalist. He lived at Ponar, and was himself killed during the last days of German rule in Vilna. He had noted in his diary that shooting was carried on every day. The execu...

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Abram Wolf Mackiewiecz (c.1938 - c.1942)

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Judah Leib Mackiewiecz (1934 - 1942)

Judah Leib Arie Mackiewicz (Motzkevitch)was born in 1934 to Shalom and Sara nee Ruzanski. He was a child. Prior to WWII he lived in Eszyszek, Poland. During the war he was in Eszyszek, Poland. Leib was...

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Mordechai Sholom Mackiewiecz (c.1906 - 1942)

Motel Mackiewicz was born in Ejszyszki. He was a saddler/leather worker and married to Sara nee Rushanski. Prior to WWII he lived in Ejszyszki, Poland. During the war he was in Ejszyszki, Poland. Motel...

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Sara Gitel Mackiewiecz (1908 - 1942)

Her surviving sister gave testimony twice, once that she died in Auschwitz and once that she died in Vilna. Since she lived near Vilna, that may have been what the family believed or it may be that sin...

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Zelman Pinkhus Hoffenberg (1882 - 1941)

Pinchas Hofenberg was a Hebrew teacher in Lithuania. He died of natural causes in ghetto Vilna during the war. His daughter lived in a kibbutz in Israel (Daphna?). The family found out about him from a...

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אברהם אליוט אלי מיליקובסקי Avraham Elliott Eli Milikowsky (1915 - 1942)

אליוט Milikowsky צרף תמונה או מסמך תקצי...

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Yacha Grodzinski (c.1900 - 1941)

Grodzenski Yacha Yacha Grodzenski nee Atlas was born in Lithuania to Meyer. She was married to Chaim Ozer Grodzenski. Prior to WWII she lived in Wilna, Poland. During the war she was in Wilna, Gh...

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Beila Hiena Gutman Gutmann (1878 - d.)

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Reichel Berkman (1873 - c.1941)

Reichel Berkman was born in Smargon in 1873 to Yerukham and Sara. She was married to Shmuel. Prior to WWII she lived in Wilno, Poland. During the war she was in Wilno, Poland. Reichel perished in 1941 ...

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Mendel מנדעל מנדל BORENSZTAIN בורנשטיין Burnstein, הפרטיזן-הי"ד (1917 - 1943)

This profile photo : Page 330 of 628 shows the picture of Mendel and his younger brother Yechezkel. Mendel the Partisan, is the older brother of the two. See his profile photo here. Photo of Miriyam ...

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Shmuel Poss/ Rakower (1916 - c.1944)

Shmuel Rakower was born in Krakow in 1916 to Getzel and Reizl. He was a student and single. Prior to WWII he lived in Krakow, Poland. During the war he was in Wilna, Poland. Shmuel perished in Wilna, P...

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Devorah Swirski (1893 - c.1943)

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Frida nee קיגלהיים Poss/ Rakower (deceased)

Frida Rakover nee קיגלהיים was born in Lubaczow. She was married to Shmuel. During the war she was in Wilna, Poland. Frida perished in 1944 in Kl...

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Sonia Sheina Durmashkin (1890 - 1943)

Sheine Durmaszkin was born in Mogilev. She was a housewife and married to Akiva. Prior to WWII she lived in Wilno, Poland. During the war she was in Wilno, Poland. Sheine perished in 1943 in Ponary, Po...

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Akiva Durmashkin (c.1887 - 1943)

Akiva Durmaszkin was born in Mogilev. He was a composer and married to Sheine. Prior to WWII he lived in Wilno, Poland. During the war he was in Wilno, Poland. Akiva perished in Ponary, Poland at the a...

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Fania Beker (deceased)

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Wolf Durmashkin (c.1913 - 1944)

Wolf was a child prodigy who began performing piano at young age. He studied composition, performance and conducting at both the Vilna and Warsaw Conservatories, and while still a young man, he became ...

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Henny Durmashkin Gurko (1924 - 2002)

Henny Durmashkin (Gurko) Singer. Born 1924- Died, 2002 in Englewood Cliffs, N.J. Sister of pianist Fanny Durmashkin and conductor Wolf Durmashkin. Henny was the youngest. Her grandfather, Akiva, was ...

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Chaim-Iser Kogan (1859 - 1944)

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Yosef Kavalski (c.1941 - c.1943)

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Shaina Levitin (Margolis) (1883 - 1943)

1897 Lithuanian Census Name Sheina Father Osher Age 16 Born and living in Rokiskis (where her father was the rabbi) Registered in Kalvarija (her father's hometown) The following may not...

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Frumit Leah Garber (c.1941 - c.1943)

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Eliyahu Benzion Garber (b. - 1941)

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Sima Garber (c.1911 - c.1943)

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Chaim Garber (1887 - c.1943)

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Feige-Blume Glasser (1855 - 1943)

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Hershel Garber (1912 - c.1943)

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Isaac Dobkes (1893 - 1943)

There is a family listed in Jewish Generations--the Vilna ghetto, which looks like it is Isaac and Rachel and then a boy, Shimon. DOB are 1893, 1894 and 1930 respectively

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