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VIDEO: Bałuty market, Łódź, Poland, ca. 1930s (Silent)

Scenes from Bałuty market, Łódź, Poland, ca. 1930s, including street performers and the façade of a theater. ( Amateur film by Gustave Eisner, New York travel agent and a native of Lodz.)

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VIDEO: Fish market, Łódź, Poland, 1930s (Silent)

Fish market, Łódź, Poland, 1930s. (Amateur film shot by American Jewish travel agent Gustave Eisner.)

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VIDEO: Łódź, Poland, 1930s (Silent)

Łódź, Poland, 1930s, as seen from a moving tram. (Amateur film shot by American Jewish travel agent Gustave Eisner.)

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VIDEO: Mausoleum of the Poznanski family, Łódź, Poland, 1930s (Silent)

Mausoleum of the wealthy industrialist Poznański family, Łódź, Poland, 1930s. (Amateur film shot by American Jewish travel agent Gustave Eisner.)

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VIDEO: Sign for Jewish bank, Łódź, Poland, 1930s (Silent)

A man standing in front of Polish and Yiddish signs for the Kleynhendler Bank (Small Merchants' Bank) Łódź, Poland, 1930s. (Amateur film shot by American Jewish travel agent Gustave Eisner.)

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VIDEO: Great Synagogue (German Temple), Łódź, Poland, 1929 (Silent)

Crowds leaving after services in the Great Synagogue (German Temple) on Spacerowa Street, Łódź, Poland, 1929. This Reform synagogue, one of the largest buildings in the city, was built in 1883–1887. (

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VIDEO: Beggars at the Jewish cemetery, Łódź, Poland, 1930s (Silent)

American tourists besieged by beggars at the Jewish cemetery, Łódź, Poland, 1930s. Tourists standing next to a vehicle owned by a Lines ha-tsedek, a voluntary society to aid the sick. Crowds in the

ARTICLE: Ghettos

Establishment of Ghettos surveys the types of ghettos created and reasons for their creation; Life in Ghettos treats the ways in which ghettoized Jews organized and conducted their daily lives; and Ghetto Police describes the role that Jews played in the enforcement of ghetto regulations.

DOCUMENT: Ration card from Warsaw Ghetto, 1941

Ration card from Warsaw ghetto, October 1941. The Polish and Yiddish slogans read: "Our children must live!" and "Children are what is most sacred." Polish, Yiddish, German. RG 225, Hersch Wasser

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Łódź, 1939.

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AUDIO: Song composed in the Vilna ghetto

Ghetto Lieder, Songcraft 105 mx. BT-105A, New York, c. 1950.

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The Kovno ghetto, 1941–1944.

ARTICLE: Rumkowski, Khayim Mordkhe

that Rumkowski sexually abused a number of orphans and staff members at Helenówek; similar unconfirmed allegations about his wartime behavior were made by some survivors of the Łódź ghetto

ARTICLE: Holocaust: Music and the Holocaust

street performer in the Łódź ghetto was Yankele Hershkowitz (1910–1970), whose songs were known to many ghetto inhabitants. not transmitted from one ghetto to another, camps served as locations where songs from different ghettos were shared (after the

ARTICLE: Folklore, Ethnography, and Anthropology

examines not only songs sung in the Łódź ghetto at the time but also how they Shmerke Kaczerginski, a survivor of the Vilna ghetto, went around the displaced persons camps right after the war painstakingly writing down the words and melodies of songs; Lider fun di getos un lagern (Songs from the Ghettos and Concentration Camps) was published in Yiddish

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Factory smokestacks, Łódź, 1937.

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Street scene in the Bałuty neighborhood, Łódź, ca. 1930s.

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Photograph taken in a Jewish library, Łódź, ca. 1915, with (upper right) the Yiddish newspaper Lodzer tageblat (Łódź Daily)

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Studio portrait of a family named Rabinowicz, Łódź, ca. 1930s.

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Jewish hospital, Łódź, ca. 1890s. Photograph by Bronisław Wilkoszewski.

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