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Szmugiel Na Wage Zycia = Smuggle worth the life

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1992.A.0060 | RG Number: RG-20.009.01

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    Contains information about Polish history, life in the Warsaw ghetto, the assistance to Jews by non-Jews in the Warsaw ghetto during the Holocaust, and assistance to Jews in escaping from the Warsaw ghetto.
    Collection Creator
    Bernard C. Swierczynski
    Bernard Conrad Swierczynski is a Polish gentile who lived in Warsaw, Poland, during World War II. He was successful in giving aid to many Jews in the Warsaw ghetto. He has been recognized by Yad Vashem as a Righteous Among Nations and was made an honorary citizen of Israel in Apr 1991.

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    3 microfiche.
    2 folders

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    Holder of Originals
    Bernard C. Swierczynski
    "Smuggle worth the life" was completed by Bernard Conrad Swierczynski ca. 1989. It was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives in Mar 1992 via Jeffrey Burt.
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