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Polish Jews 1979. Weekly Tuesday morning selling of “kosher” meat in the basement of the “Kehilla” (building where the official Jewish community has an office and kosher soup kitchen. “It’s as kosher as possible, here (meaning in Poland).” quote by the butcher/ritual slaughterer (shochate). May, 1979. Krakow, Poland.

2019-08-22T23:09:07+00:00August 23rd, 2019|Life in Poland, Photo Fridays with Chuck Fishman|

Comments Off on Polish Jews 1979. Weekly Tuesday morning selling of “kosher” meat in the basement of the “Kehilla” (building where the official Jewish community has an office and kosher soup kitchen. “It’s as kosher as possible, here (meaning in Poland).” quote by the butcher/ritual slaughterer (shochate). May, 1979. Krakow, Poland.

Shabbat services in the only Beit Midrash (prayer room) in Warsaw, adjacent to the unused Nozyk synagogue. The only synagogue to survive WWII (it was used as a stable by the Germans), the Nozyk is unused (1979) because it is too big and cold for the few people who come to pray. January 1979.

2019-08-16T04:50:25+00:00August 16th, 2019|Life in Poland, Photo Fridays with Chuck Fishman|

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Arriving for Friday night services in the courtyard of Krakow’s Remu synagogue. Mr. Lemper (in tri-cycle). June 1983

2019-08-09T04:45:39+00:00August 9th, 2019|Life in Poland, Photo Fridays with Chuck Fishman|

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Halina Paszkowska (1927-2017), liaison / fighter and last living member of her platoon in the Warsaw Uprising @ Powazki Military Cemetery on the anniversary of the Warsaw uprising, Warsaw, Poland, August 1, 2016. She was able to hide her Jewish identity during the war. She later had a career as a sound tech on films including filming during the shipyard strike / founding of solidarity. She told me: “The shipyard was my second uprising.”

2019-08-03T15:04:12+00:00August 2nd, 2019|Life in Poland, Photo Fridays with Chuck Fishman|

In a private meeting with leaders of the Jewish community of Poland, Pope Francis is introduced by Chief Rabbi of Poland Michael Schudrich (l) to JCC Krakow Executive Director Jonathan Ornstein who is giving the Pope a membership card to JCC Krakow, all being interpreted from Polish or English to Spanish by Marcjanna Kubala, a young Polish woman who discovered her Jewish identity as a teenager and is now an active member of JCC Krakow. Krakow, Poland, July 31, 2016.

2019-07-25T20:50:36+00:00July 26th, 2019|Life in Poland, Photo Fridays with Chuck Fishman|

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