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The coat of arms of the city of Kolbuszowa, adopted in 1785, depicts a friendly handshake between a Pole and a Jew. Above the hands is a crusader's cross and below, is a star of David. A white Polish eagle hovers above the red, white and blue shield (red and white for Poland; blue and white for the Jews). The coat of arms hung outside the city hall.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 67272

The coat of arms of the city of Kolbuszowa, adopted in 1785, depicts a friendly handshake between a Pole and a Jew. Above the hands is a crusader's cross and below, is a star of David. A white Polish eagle hovers above the red, white and blue shield (red and white for Poland; blue and white for the Jews). The coat of arms hung outside the city hall.

Photographer
Norman Salsitz
Date
Before 1939
Variant Locale
Kolbishov
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Norman Salsitz
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Record last modified: 2001-01-18 00:00:00
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