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A group of young Jewish women, members of the Hanoar Hatzioni Zionist youth movement, picking vegetables on the "Farma."

Photograph | Photograph Number: 23993

A group of young Jewish women, members of the Hanoar Hatzioni Zionist youth movement, picking vegetables on the "Farma."

Pictured from left to right are: Rosza Slabecka; Edzia Cudzynowska; Sala Garfunkel; Hadasa Cudzynowska; Lusia Szpira, Rutka Landau and Hindzia Chilewicz.

The "Farma" was a plot of land between Bedzin and Sosnowiec that was allocated to the local Zionist youth movements by the Jewish Council for the growing of vegetables. The youth movements created a hachshara on the site. Soon after, the "Farma" became the center of resistance efforts, as well as youth activity, in the ghetto.

Date
1941
Locale
Sosnowiec, [Katowice; Zaglebie] Poland
Variant Locale
Sosnovets
Sosnowitz
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of William and Helen Luksenburg
 
Record last modified: 2003-11-14 00:00:00
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