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Four young Jewish women pose on a snow covered street in the Kolbuszowa ghetto.

Photograph | Photograph Number: 67224

Four young Jewish women pose on a snow covered street in the Kolbuszowa ghetto.

Pictured from right to left are: Sucia Hofert, Rozia Susskind, Pepka Weitz and Suzia Wein. The women, who were all twenty years old, were murdered in Belzec in July 1942. On the back of the photograph is written an inscription to Naftali Saleschütz by Rozia Susskind. It reads: "The present is dark and dreary, but let us believe that the future will be beautiful in Palestine. To my dear friend Naftali, Rozia S. Kolbuszowa, January 5, 1941."

Photographer
Norman Salsitz
Date
1941 January 05
Variant Locale
Kolbishov
Photo Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Norman Salsitz
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Record last modified: 2003-12-16 00:00:00
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