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Augustow
POLAND

 

THE BLACHARSKI FAMILY
Augustow, Poland
cir 1920s

Standing, back, l. to r.: Golda, unknown boy, and Sura Ester Winkleman Blacharski
Standing, front, l. to r.: Jacob, Rachel, Hannah, David and Yitzhak Blacharski
 

Only Yitzhak Blacharski, standing on right, and his sister Golda, standing next to her mother, survived the Shoah. Both immigrated to Israel. Most of their family who had remained in Poland were killed in Bialystok.

 
THE BLACHARSKI FAMILY
Augustow, Poland
17 Dec 1932

Standing, lt.: Yitzhak, w. two unknown brothers and
two unknown sisters; Sister Golda in center;
Sarah and David sitting with two grandchildren
DAVID AND SARAH BLACHARSKI
AND TWO OF THEIR CHILDREN
Augustow, Poland
11 Apr 1937



For more family photos, see:
Suwalki/The Winkleman Family
Jelienewo/The Winkleman and Blacharski Families

 
 
 
 
 

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