This page provides a list of testimonies at other websites related to the history of the Jewish community in Bodzentyn. You will be able to view (videorecording) or read (interviews) the testimonies listed below. The quick links to the other websites will open in a new window. Please note the list of testimonies at other websites below related to the refugees from Płock (Plock, Plotz, Plotzk) that were deported to Bodzentyn in March 1941 and Nowa Słupia, the nearby town wherefrom Jews were forced to Bodzentyn when the ghetto was liquidated.
Further below, you will find a list of indexed and segmented testimonies. The USC Shoah Foundation provides copies of testimonies to interviewees and their family members for personal use.
sprawiedliwi.org.pl | The story of the Zygadlewicz family | (Additional resource in Polish: collections.ushmm.org, radio program featuring Jadwiga Zygadlewicz Płonka and Ewa Rubinowicz Shahamorov)
Testimonies related to Bodzentyn and Płock (Plotz) and Nowa Słupia
When the Płock (Plotz) Jews were assigned to Bodzentyn, the community had little to offer to sustain them. They were scattered around the town, some taken into homes, and others ended up sleeping on the synagogue floor or in empty stores. Many of the refugees succumbed to the typhus epidemic that struck Bodzentyn in the winter of 1941.
USC Shoah Foundation | Testimonies related to Bodzentyn (also Jews from Płock that were deported to the open ghetto of Bodzentyn)
In the list, you will find video filmed, partly indexed and segmented testimonies. The USC Shoah Foundation provides copies of testimonies to interviewees and their family members for personal use. Some testimonies can also be viewed online. USC Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive allows users to search through and view more than 54,000 video testimonies of survivors and witnesses of genocide. > Open the link to register
> Sonja Sztarkman Applebaum (Bodzentyn)
> Jakub Bromberg (Lodz, Bodzentyn)
> Shlomoh Dantsiger (Radom, Bodzentyn)
> David Dantus (Płock)
> Shlomo Fish (Bodzentyn)
> Samuel Flaumenbaum (Bodzentyn) Open and read another source, with a reference to Szmul Flamenbaum and another person from Bodzentyn >>
> Pinchas Frimerman (Bodzentyn)
> Eva Sztarkman Herling (Bodzentyn)
> Irene Szachter Horn (Bodzentyn)
> Tema Lichtenstein (Płock)
Other collections | Testimonies related to Bodzentyn
> Morris Grosman (Bodzentyn) Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida
> Shoshana Ejnesman (Wierzbnik-Starachowice, Bodzentyn) Vancover Holocaust Education Centre
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