This was one of the oldest Jewish establishments in Eastern Europe.
The Cattle Car
This was how Jewish families were transported.
The Gypsum Mine
For many exiles, this was their first work assignment.
Esther's Grandfather's garden
This place was the center of the family's home and epitomized happiness.
This was where many Jews were exiled.
This was the village where forty exiles were left to live.
This was a village where goods were bartered for including a glass vial of sunflower seeds.
This was where a family returned after the war was over since they could not return to their former home village.
These were black, expensive, and well-made boots.
This was a green padded jacket.
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