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    Photographic image; black and white image of Lidia Kleinman, donor, hugging her cousin, Ola Weinberger (Ola Weinberger was the daughter of Berta Szwarcman, Aniuta's oldest sister, and Filip Weinberger, a pharmacist, who lived in Krynica; in 1943 the whole family was shot in a forest near Pinsk; donor notes that her grandmother, Basia Kagan Szwarcman, hid silverware in the garden of her house and during the mass executions she begged a German soldier to spare the life of Ola in return for the silver; Ola led the soldier to the garden and after recovering the treasure, he shot her); dated: 1935; location: Lacko, Poland
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Lidia Siciarz

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    1 Photographic print.

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    Donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 1999 by Ms. Lidia K. Siciarz
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