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Listy z getta

Author: Wanda Lubelska
Publisher: Warszawa : Biblioteka Narodowa, 2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : PolishView all editions and formats
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Contains ten letters written by a Jewish girl from the Warsaw ghetto to her Polish friend Halina Grabowska, called "Zeta." Before the war Lubelska, born in 1923, lived with her parents and brother in Zoliborz, a beautiful Warsaw neighborhood, and went to a Polish school. In November 1940 the family was forced to move to the ghetto, where Lubelska wrote the letters describing their fate. Although Polish friends  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Personal correspondence
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Correspondence
Named Person: Wanda Lubelska; Halina Grabowska; Halina Grabowska; Wanda Lubelska; Halina Grabowska; Wanda Lubelska
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wanda Lubelska
ISBN: 8370092969 9788370092962
OCLC Number: 46823898
Notes: Includes facsimiles of the correspondence.
Description: 87 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Responsibility: Wanda Lubelska.

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Contains ten letters written by a Jewish girl from the Warsaw ghetto to her Polish friend Halina Grabowska, called "Zeta." Before the war Lubelska, born in 1923, lived with her parents and brother in Zoliborz, a beautiful Warsaw neighborhood, and went to a Polish school. In November 1940 the family was forced to move to the ghetto, where Lubelska wrote the letters describing their fate. Although Polish friends helped the family in various ways, Wanda's father died in the ghetto and Wanda, her mother, and brother were deported to Treblinka in the first transport from the ghetto in 1942. Halina Grabowska was involved in anti-Nazi resistance in Poland and was killed in a prison in 1944. The letters are kept in the National Library in Warsaw. Pp. 16-20 contain recollections about Lubelska and Grabowska by their friends from before the war.

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