Given name: Roland Family name: Unknown

  • YES
  • Male
  • Roland
  • 1925-00-00
  • Ziuta's son. 19 years old. Works in a factory. Works in an [underground] organisation because he wanted to avenge his beloved father's death - his mother did not know about this. In spring 1944 the boy went to the Czech Republic and then to Berlin. Worked in a factory, captured by the Gestapo, spent three days in prison. Got a job and board in Germany.

  • Wears ragged clothes. Tall. Argues with his mother, rude. Was Ziuta' beloved son. Was a great trial to her. Used to come back home at 6 p.m., eat dinner and go out to his friends. Then he came back with one of his friends for supper, then went out again and came back at midnight. A nice boy. Sometimes played the card game 'thousand' ('tysiac') with Franciszka's husband when they were together in the flat. Quick-tempered, nervous. Constantly argued with his mother.

  • 302/97 Franciszka Grunberg, born in 1898 in Lodz, nee Grosberger, daughter of Izydor (Icek) and Regina (Rywka), no title. Part I: We leave the ghetto. Living conditions in the Warsaw ghetto after the first liquidation action. Construction of shelters, attempts to find a hideout on the 'Aryan side'. The author together with her husband escaped from the ghetto and was hiding with some Poles, her son elsewhere. The Hotel Polski affair, the author and her husband robbed by blackmailers. Part II: Fragment on her stay in the monastery of the Congregation of the Resurrection in Chelmska St. during the Warsaw uprising, the friars' care of the refugees. Part III: Through Fields and Forests. Compulsory evacuation from Warsaw, wandering through villages. Between September 1944 and January 1945, the author, her husband and their son wandered across the Mazowsze countryside, unable to find a permanent place to stay. The author was a dentist, and lost her older daughter in the Warsaw ghetto. She was hiding under the name Lukomska. While in hiding she wrote a diary, which she reconstructed and supplemented after the liberation. In 1947 she submitted it to the Central Jewish Historical Commission. After the war she emigrated from Poland. Original, longhand, pp. 1-621, format: 210 x 150 mm (9 notebooks), in Polish. Copy: typescript, p. 1-327, format 290 x 210 mm. Publication: Pamietniki z getta warszawskiego, Warsaw, 1993, pp. 202-205, 216-223, 272-279, 314-321 (fragments).

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