Jews in prewar Poland

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The wooden synagogue in Przedbórz (province. Lodz).

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Feast of the of Rabbi Remuh on the Remuh Cemetery in Krakow (May 1931).. Participants of the ceremony in prayer at the graves.

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Grodno - wooden synagogue (March, 1926.).

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The Old Synagogue on Kazimierz (Wide street in Krakow, April 1936).

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The main synagogue in Wołkowysk.

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Feast of the of Rabbi Remuh on the Remuh Cemetery in Krakow (May 1931).. Participants of the ceremony on one of the streets in the area of the cemetery.

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Reformed Synagogue in Stanislawow.

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The Great Synagogue in Warsaw - now non-existent, the largest synagogue in Warsaw located in the square Tłomackie 7. She was a symbol of Reform Judaism in Poland and one of the greatest Polish buildings, built in the nineteenth century. Opened on September 26, 1878 year, Rosh Hashanah, or Jewish New Year. Was personally blown up by Jürgen Stroop on May 16, 1943, which was the last act of destruction by the Germans the Jewish Ghetto in the Warsaw .

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Izaak Synagogue (Ajzyk Jekeles) on Kazimierz at the corner of Isaac and Kupa 18 in Krakow (April 1936)..

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Chodorow - wooden synagogue from the fifteenth century.

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