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A dramatic story of Jewish wandering: brother and sisters meet in Argentina after 46 years of separation

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1994.A.0094 | RG Number: RG-10.113

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    The newspaper article, "A dramatic story of Jewish wondering, brother and sisters meet in Argentina after 46 years of separation," from the 28 November 1959, Buenos Aires issue of "Die Presse", describes the war-time experiences of Charles Zacepitzky's children whose surviving family members were able to meet in Buenos Aires in 1959. The article also relates how some members of this Polish Jewish family: hid and tried to survive in the forests; joined the partisans; suffered in ghettos; and were killed by Nazis or antisemitic Poles. The newspaper article also includes a photograph of the surviving family members.

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    In Jul. 1994, Masse Bloomfield gave a photocopy of the article and an English translation of it to the USHRIA.
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