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Group portrait of Jewish children in the Bad Reichenhall DP camp.

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    Group portrait of Jewish children in the Bad Reichenhall DP camp.
    Group portrait of Jewish children in the Bad Reichenhall DP camp.

Among those pictured, eighth from the left in the top row, in the middle, is Cywia Perelmuter (now Sylvia Rozines).

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    Group portrait of Jewish children in the Bad Reichenhall DP camp.

    Among those pictured, eighth from the left in the top row, in the middle, is Cywia Perelmuter (now Sylvia Rozines).
    Date
    Circa 1947
    Locale
    Bad Reichenhall, [Bavaria; Munich] Germany
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Sylvia Rozines

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    Photo Source
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Sylvia Rozines
    Source Record ID: Collections: 2006.285.1

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    Biography
    Sylvia Rozines (born Cywia Perelmuter) is the daughter of Icek Mendel Perelmuter and Chaja Wolfman. She was born on January 20, 1935 in Lodz, Poland where her father (born in 1903) worked in a wholesale flour and sugar cooperative. Cywia had one older sister, Dwora, born in 1927. About half a year after the German invasion of Poland, all the Jews of Lodz were confined to a ghetto. In September 1940 Cywia attended school in the Lodz ghetto but later after the schools closed, she worked with her mother in the bra and corset workshop. Her father delivered flour to the ghetto bakery. The family was among those chosen to clean the ghetto and in that way avoided deportation.
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