A place for families of Jewish partisans from World War II to connect and share their stories.
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Alexander Salomon

Alexander Salomon was born on June 22nd, 1919, in Zvollen, Slovakia, and grew up in an isolated, ultra-orthodox community in Dej, Transylvania, then part of Romania. His parents, Morris and Charlotte, were peddlers who traveled throughout the region, selling sundries from their wooden cart.   In 1940, while Alex...

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Mira Shelub (Raznov)

A Polish Jew born in what is now White Russia, Mira Shelub joined a partisan group that operated in the forest near...

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Isidore Karten

In 1942, Isidore (Izzy) Karten and his brother Hersch, escaped from their village of Swirz to avoid being confined to the ghettos...

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The biographies on this site are compiled from testimonies, recollections, transcripts, memoirs, and biographies of Jewish partisans, their children and their grandchildren.