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Group portrait of Jewish DPs taken at a memorial service commemorating the anniversary of the murder of the Jews of Wlodawa.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 25479

Group portrait of Jewish DPs taken at a memorial service commemorating the anniversary of the murder of the Jews of Wlodawa.

Jehoshua Glincman is sitting in the second row from the bottom, fifth from the left. He was known as Yusha/Yasha, his Polish/Russian names and he survived the camps with his brother. During the war, he lived in the Wlodawa ghetto and worked as a prisoner at Adampol Arbeitslager and Sobibor. He and his brother survived, recuperated at the DP camp in Berlin, and Jehoshua later testified at the trial of the Nazis in charge of the Wlodowa ghetto, Adampol Arbeitslager and Sobibor.

Date
Circa 1944 - 1948
Variant Locale
Vlodava
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Josef Kliger
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Record last modified: 2008-08-06 00:00:00
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