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Radom Ghetto גטו ראדום

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  • Nahum Libshitz (1900 - 1942)
  • Avraham's mother (deceased)
  • Moshe Sonenson (deceased)
    Moshe was in hiding with other Jews and his two sons, one an infant. Germans were downstairs in the house shouting 'where are the Jews'. The infant began to cry, and Moshe was unable to quiet the chi...
  • Avraham Aviel (deceased)
    Avraham Aviel was a young boy of fourteen on 8 May 1942 when the ghetto was sealed off by the Gestapo. 'Anyone without passes could not leave the ghetto, and even those who had special passes could not...

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.