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Otwock, Poland, The staff of the children's home, established after the war.

Yad Vashem

Yad Vashem

The children's home was established after the war, as a refuge for Jewish children who survived the Holocaust.
Top row from right: Wajner, a guard; Dr. Erlich, a Yiddish teacher; Leon Engelsberg, a painting teacher; ?; ?.
Bottom, right to left: Oliwa Franciszka, director of the children's home; ?; Cesia Siosta, a nurse; Luba Blum Bielicha; Lusia, an educator; Pani Winnawerowa, administrative director; ?; Debora, educator of the younger children.

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  • Title: Otwock, Poland, The staff of the children's home, established after the war.
  • Location: Otwock,Poland
  • Subject Keywords: Women , Prewar period , Education , Children's homes
  • Origin: Mark Shreberman
  • Name of submitter: Mark Shreberman
  • Credit: Yad Vashem
  • Collection: Yad Vashem Photo Archive
  • Archival signature: 4995/30

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