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Dovid & Feige Ruchle Tachna
Warszawa, Poland
cir 1939

TOWN INDEX
Warszawa

also known as Varsava, Varshau, Varshe, Warsaw, Warsawa and Varschau
Located in Warszawa Gubernia in present-day Poland
73.8 miles ENE of Lodz
Longitude 52 degrees, 15 minutes, Latitude 21 degrees, 00 minutes
Museum of Family History links that refer to Warszawa:

Postcards from Home:
The Kagan Family
At the Gravesite of Leja Kagan

The Knecht, Bermanson and Krystal Families
The Lieberhaber Family
Eleazer Midezyrecki
Kayla Kawer and her Children
Idzka
Unknown Family from Warszawa No. 1
Jakob Zylberberg
Dovid and Feige Ruchle Tachna
Esther Ring
Hania and Jakub Rozenperl
Harry Anusewitz and his son Nathan
An Anusewitz Uncle
Gitte and Pearl Chibowski
Luzer Krymkiewicz
Moszek Szulimowicz
Dalik, Polish Army Soldier

Photographic Studios of Europe: The Studio of W. M. Majorkiewicz
Photographic Studios of Europe: Unknown Portraits
Lives in the Yiddish Theatre: The Fischers
How Our Families Came to America: From Warszawa to Ellis Island
Views of Warszawa 1998
Views of Warszawa 2005
Holocaust Memorials of Eastern Europe: Warszawa
The Map Room: Warszawa 1915-1922
Society Gates: Warszawa
Cemetery Project: Warszawa society plots in NY and NJ

 

External links of interest to Warszawa researchers:

Adam Mickiewicz Institute, Warszawa

Biblioteca Nardowa w Warszawie (The National Library in Warszawa)
Culture.pl (from Adam Mickiewicz Institute in Warszawa)
Jewish Historic Institute
Warszawa State Archives

Project to Index Warszawa Cemetery Records: Surnames

Polish Center for Holocaust Research
Warszawa Ghetto Internet Database

"Gesia" Jewish Cemetery Foundation

Museum of the History of Polish Jews, Warszawa

National Museum of Poland, Warszawa

Warszawa Uprising Museum, Warszawa

Warsaw Voice (English version)
 


**Warszawa 1998**
 

Entrance sign to
Gesia Cemetery,
the main
Jewish cemetery
in Warszawa

Memorial to fallen Polish Jewish soldiers on
Gesia Cemetery grounds
 

Path within
Gesia Cemetery

Cemetery scene
in Gesia Cemetery

Square in Warszawa

Warszawa's
Old Market Square

Bronze panel
at Warszawa
Ghetto Monument
 

Warszawa
Uprising Memorial

Street scene

View along the Vistula River

Meal at student cafeteria by University-
bottom right:
dish of cold
potato, borscht and buttermilk

Warszawa's
Royal Castle
 
**Warszawa 2005**
 

Umschlagpatz Monument;
This is where many people were put onto cattle cars and
subsequently
sent to Treblinka

Plaque at the
Umschlagpatz Monument

Mila Street 18 Bunker;
In former Jewish district, under which lay the bunker of the ZOB (Jewish Armed
Resistance Organization)
 

Bunker monument

Monument to the Heroes of the Ghetto bronze relief
 

Another bronze relief at Monument

Old Market Square

Second view of
Market Square

The Mermaid Monument
 

Old Market Square

Royal Castle

Column of Sigismund II Vasa

Nozyk Synagogue,
frontal view

Nozyk Synagogue,
sign

Nozyk Synagogue,
side view

 


Nozyk Synagogue,
interior view
 
Nozyk Synagogue is the only synagogue that survived the ravages of World War II.
The synagogue was originally founded by Zalman and Rywka Nozyk in 1900.
Though it survived the bombs that fell over Warszawa, the Nozyk Synagogue was damaged by the Nazis, who used the synagogue as a stable.


 


Nozyk Synagogue,
interior view

Ark curtain
Nozyk Synagogue also suffered damage during and after the Ghetto Uprising. It was somewhat repaired immediately after the war had ended, though its full restoration was completed in 1983.One can still attend Services there daily.

Nargila Israeli
Middle-Eastern Restaurant

"Warsaw-Jerusalem"
Restaurant




 

 

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