- The folder contains a group of photographs of the Kugelman family and friends in Bedzin, Poland from 1930-1942.
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Osnat Ramaty
- Collection Creator
- Kugelman family
Bela Kugelman (Navon) and her husband Moshe immigrated to Palestine in 1935. Bela returned to Będzin, Poland in August 1939 for her sister’s wedding and became trapped there during the Nazi occupation. She was sent back to Palestine in November 1941 and brought pictures of the Będzin ghetto.
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- Conditions on Use
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- Holder of Originals
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
- Legal Status
- Permanent Collection
- The photographs were donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by Osnat Ramaty in 2002.
- Record last modified:
- 2023-02-24 14:06:12
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Also in Kugelman family collection
The collection consists of photographs of the Kugelman family and friends in Bedzin, Poland from 1930-1942; a photograph album which belonged to Bela Kugelman Navon that she took with her to Palestine in 1935; and a pendant that was made in 1945 in Germany with the image of Joel and Judyta Kugelman on one side and Abba Englard on the other
The photograph album belonged to Bela Kugelman Navon. She took it with her to Palestine in 1935.
The image of Joel and Judyta Kugelman is on one side and Abba Englard is on the other.