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Reb Reuven Kaganov sits in his yard surrounded by his children and grandchildren.

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    Reb Reuven Kaganov sits in his yard surrounded by his children and grandchildren.
    Reb Reuven Kaganov sits in his yard surrounded by his children and grandchildren.  

Standing from right to left: Ida Kanichowski Kaganov, Fruml Blacharowicz, Szymen Kaganov and his wife Judith (Yonah), and Szeina Blacharowicz.  Sitting from right to left: Leibke Kaganov, and Reb Reuven  Kaganov. Children sitting on the ground from right to left: Motele, Shifrale and Yaakov Kaganov.  

Reuven  Kaganov died a natural death. Szymen Kaganov immigrated to Palestine with his wife and son Yaakov, who later moved to America and contributed new inventions for Kodak before being killed in a car accident.  Ida Kaganov and her two children, Motele and Shifrale, were murdered by Poles.  Fruml Blacharowicz was murdered by members of the Polish Home Army on March 19, 1944. Leibke Kaganov was murdered in the September 1941 massacre.  Szeina Blacharowicz survived the Holocaust hiding in a forest.

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    Reb Reuven Kaganov sits in his yard surrounded by his children and grandchildren.

    Standing from right to left: Ida Kanichowski Kaganov, Fruml Blacharowicz, Szymen Kaganov and his wife Judith (Yonah), and Szeina Blacharowicz. Sitting from right to left: Leibke Kaganov, and Reb Reuven Kaganov. Children sitting on the ground from right to left: Motele, Shifrale and Yaakov Kaganov.

    Reuven Kaganov died a natural death. Szymen Kaganov immigrated to Palestine with his wife and son Yaakov, who later moved to America and contributed new inventions for Kodak before being killed in a car accident. Ida Kaganov and her two children, Motele and Shifrale, were murdered by Poles. Fruml Blacharowicz was murdered by members of the Polish Home Army on March 19, 1944. Leibke Kaganov was murdered in the September 1941 massacre. Szeina Blacharowicz survived the Holocaust hiding in a forest.
    Date
    August 1937
    Locale
    Eisiskes, [Nowogrodek] Poland
    Variant Locale
    Eishyshok
    Eshishuk
    Eyshishkes
    Ejszyszki
    Eishishkes
    Lithuania
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of The Shtetl Foundation

    Rights & Restrictions

    Photo Source
    The Shtetl Foundation (Yad Vashem Photo and Film Archives)
    Copyright: Agency Agreement
    Provenance: Wiszik Family
    Source Record ID: RN46-5
    Restriction
    NOT FOR RELEASE without the permission of the The Shtetl Foundation

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    Artifact Photographer
    Arnold Kramer
    Record last modified:
    2002-10-03 00:00:00
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