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Members of Hanoar Hatzioni, a Zionist youth movement, dance with Torah scrolls in celebration of the Jewish holiday, Simchat Torah, in the Lodz ghetto. This was the ghetto's final Simchat Torah celebration.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 66758

Members of Hanoar Hatzioni, a Zionist youth movement, dance with Torah scrolls in celebration of the Jewish holiday, Simchat Torah, in the Lodz ghetto. This was the ghetto's final Simchat Torah celebration.

Pictured from left to right are: Chaim Nata Widawski (perished), Baruch Praszker, Mosze Balzam (age 23, perished), Henryk Bergman (age 20, survived), Josef Lewin (age 23, perished), Najman (age 40) and Marek Margulis (age 21, survived). Second row from left to right are: unknown, Wiktor Sztajn (age 23, survived), Majlech Sziper (age 40), unknown, unknown, and Matatiahu Kohen (age 20, survived). Rozka Grosman (age 21, survived), Mendel Grosman's sister, is pictured second from right in the top row. Also pictured in the rear are Bronka Zaks (age 21, survived), Menek-Menachem Grossman (age 23), Zosia-Shoshana Grosman (age 20), Shmuel Ginat (age 18, survived).

Date
1943
Variant Locale
Litzmannstadt
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Henryk and Juta Bergman
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Record last modified: 2017-10-10 00:00:00
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