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Immigration

Eliezer, Zelda, Norman and Maurice left Szczuczyn in June 1937. Norman was five years old. His brother Maurice was sixteen months old. They left Poland by boat from the port of Danzig (Gdansk), sailing first to Le Havre, France, where the family spent a week in Paris while waiting for the next ship. From there they sailed through the Panama Canal, to the Pacific Islands, and then on to Argentina, arriving in Sydney in August 1937 aboard the Eridan.

 

The passengers of the Eridan. Zelda is carrying Maurice.
Lozer is standing to her right. Norman is standing in front.
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