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From the Joshua and Doron Gorodetzky Collection

Szoel and Ruchla Frydman


            

Szoel Frydman

cir 1910-2

 

Szoel Frydman

17 Dec 1925

Szoel Frydman in

Deblin or Ryki, in

Polish Army uniform,

second from left

21 Oct 1927

Szoel with his

parents Szya and Gitl

1936

Szoel and wife Feiga

1935

Szoel and his

sister Ruchla

17 Dec 1925

Hashomer Hazair

Zionist youth movement.

Ruchla is head,

upper row, center

17 Jul 1925

 

Ruchla, upper row center,

 at nursing school

in Warszawa

1930

Ruchla, on left, with

friends or family, the

town in the background.

On the hill is the local

church, the fortress,

and the tor.

1931

Ruchla Frydman

1932

 

Ruchla, back row right,

and husband Sasza Gorodecki,

with friends on board 

SS Martha Washington,

ship of  their immigration

to Eretz Israel

1933

 

 

Couple aboard

immigration ship

to Eretz Israel

1933

More Frydman Family and Friends

Golda (nee Frydman)

and Naftali Brezniak

11 Jun 1930

 

Henia, daughter of

Golda and Naftali.

Photo taken in Lublin.

1934

Golda, Naftali and

their children with

their grandparents

Szya and Gitl Frydman

1936

 

Unknown woman

 

Daughter of

Rutka Goldberg

cir 1932-3

 

Sara Frydman (middle row,

lt.), her sister Ruchla (first

row rt.), and her friend

Malka et al.

cir 1926

 

Friends of Sara Frydman

1925

Man named Grosman.

Photo dedicated to

Sara Frydman

22 Jul 1921

Mania Grosman,

cousin of Sara Frydman,

daughter of Szya and

first wife Chaye Taube

1925

 

Aharonek, son of

Haim & Hana-Perla

(nee Frydman) Blass.

Photo taken in Lublin.

All perished in the Shoah.

6 Nov 1930

Shaul Askenazi,

husband of Yochved

Frydman, as child,

with his sister.

6 Sep 1926

Yochved Askenazi

(nee Frydman) and

her three children.

They all perished

in the Shoah.

23 Oct 1934

I. Eiger, related to

Reizel Frydman

(nee Eiger).
Photo taken in Radom.

19 Dec 1925

Tula, daughter of

Reizl & Leibl

Frydman. She was

twenty years of age

when she perished.

Photo taken in Radom.

3 Nov 1932

Leibl and Reizl

(nee Eiger) Frydman

with their daughter Tula.

1936

Edja Frydman and

her father Szya and

family, on the day

she left home to

make Aliya to

Eretz Israel.

1935

 

 

 

Abraham Frydman

1926

Rutka

surname unknown

7 Mar 1933

 

Rutka

surname unknown

early 1930s

 

Bicycle trip in the forest.

May be in Pulawy,

group unknown,

1936
Four of the riders are Sara nee Handlsman and Naum Gorodecki, and their two children, David and Miriam.

 

Szoel Frydman worked as a banker. He was also a Yiddish writer who went under the pseudonym of Leib Rashkin. Szoel perished in the Brest-Litovsk Ghetto with 20,000 others in the winter of 1942 at the age of thirty-seven or thirty-eight. His sister Ruchla had already immigrated to Eretz Israel with her husband Sasza Gorodecki in 1933.

Grandfather Szya Frydman died before the war; his wife Gitl was murdered in her home or in town. Golda, Naftali and their children Henia and Shlomo, according to the Pages of Testimony at Yad Vashem, were sent to the Majdanek camps, which were located in a major urban area just four kilometres from Lublin city center.


Read "In the Polish School" by Leib Rashkin:
English Version
Hebrew Version

 

Also see Pulawy: The Gorodecki Family
...and Kamenets Podolskiy: The Gorodetskys


 







 

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