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Erode, crumble, and vanish.
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Hanka Szperling and Heniek Kozusznik Family

 

Hanka and Heniek had one daughter Wanda.

 

 

 

 

Wanda Kozusznik

Wanda Kozusznik (1938 - 1945)

Wanda appears in the list of Czestochowa Survivors CRARG:

Surname: Kozusznik

Given Name: Wanda

Page: 23

Sequence:1302

Year Born: 1938

Wanda survived the war years. When Wanda was born she had a nunny. Her nunny took care of her during the Holocaust and she survived.

Rina Zaks nee Szperling tells:

At the end of the war I heard that two children from our extended family survived. One was my cousin Severin Szperling. The second, Wanda Kozosznik, her father died of typhus and the mother, Hanka Kozusznik nee Szperling, no one knew exactly what had happened to her. But the girl, I knew, was outside the ghetto. Of course I did, but I did not know where. When she was born she had a nanny, she had such a responsible nunny, and when the child was already 4 - 5 years old, the caregiver took her and registered herself as her mother, as a single mother after her name, who is single but has a daughter. She did not adopt her, she gave her a false certificate, because the girl was not baptized. She gave her the certificate with her priest. So I got the address of the Gentiles who know where she is.

Meanwhile, in Passover,1946,I went to visit the girl - all this is a very sad story. I returned from Krakow to Lodz and I found a telegram telling me that the girl was shot. A police officer shot a target and the girl passed in the street, the only girl left. I went back there. I've been late for the funeral, because it's been two days on the train. On the train ride it was something terrible. It was not the end of the war. This is the first Pesach. So the girl is not alive.

 

 

The archive of the "American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee" has several documents about Wanda Kozusznik:

 

  • an application for Wanda Kozusznik to immigrate to Palestine.

 

Item ID   1121562    
Document Name   JDC Emigration Service Index Cards: Warsaw Office, 1945-1949    
  Found In JDC Emigration Service Index Cards, Warsaw Office, 1945-1949
Description of Document   JDC's operations in Poland were reestablished immediately after the end of World War II. One of JDC's principal activities was to provide assistance to those seeking to emigrate. Most of Poland's surviving Jews, including those repatriated from the Soviet Union, left Poland during this period, particularly after the Kielce pogrom of 1946. This collection includes approximately 6,400 index cards.  
  Primary Name   Wanda Kozusznik  
  Birth Date      
Destination   Palestine
JDC Emigration Office   Warsaw, Poland

 

Wanda Kuzusznik name appears also in Pinkas Hanizolim II page 151.

 

Announcement of the JDC about Wandas death

The emigration Service closed Wanda's emigration application.

Wanda Kozusznik is burried in Krakow.

The source:

Poland, Jewish Records Indexing-Poland, Deaths, 1808-1942

 

Name: Wanda Kozisznik
Death: 21 Apr 1946
Death City: Krakow
Death Place: Krakow
Registration Date: 21 Apr 1946
Registration Place: Krakow
Burial Place: 7
Other Information: page: 218
row: 7
section: 3
sort: 6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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