Krinski family papers
Contains three post-war Polish passports and eight photographs documenting pre- and post-war life of the Krynski family. Also includes one print signed by artist Arthur Szyk to the Krynskis.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Boris Krynski
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Also in Krinski family collection
Three (3) post-war Polish passports and eight (8) photographs documenting pre and post war life of the Krynski family; One (1) print signed by artist Arthur Szyk to the Krynskis; and 13 sound cassettes containing testimony from the donor's parents Abraham and Sarah Krynski who escaped Poland on false papers.
Abraham and Sarah Kyrnski discuss their experiences in Poland during the Holocaust; their escape from Łódź to Bialostok passing on false papers; their trip to the Warsaw Ghetto; deportations and liquidation of the ghetto; escape to the gentile side; the Warsaw Ghetto uprising; the advance of the Russian Army; and their return to Łódź.