Radzinowicz family papers
The Radzinowicz family collection consists of post-war memoirs written by Anatol Radzinowicz describing his experiences in German-occupied Poland during the Holocaust; a diary written in hiding by Zofia Rabinowicz in Bialystok in 1944, after her husband’s arrest; pre-war photographs of their birth families (Rabinowicz and Rozenberg families of Łódź) and post war photographs of their own family; and wartime correspondence from Zofia Radzinowicz’s sister, Estera Rozenberg, sent from the Warsaw ghetto (1940-1941) and from a French internment camp (1943).
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Joanna Nowinski and Malgorzata Lowry in memory of their parents, Anatol and Zofia Rabinowicz Radzinowicz, their brother Jerzyk, whom they never knew, and their aunt, Estera Rozenberg Horenstein
Record last modified: 2019-12-05 21:23:58
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Also in Radzinowicz family collection
The collection consists of an infant's sweater, documents, and photographs relating to the family of Zofia Rozenberg before and after the war in Łódź, Poland, and a memoir by Anatol Rabinowicz Radzinowicz.