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- from Częstochowa and Landsleit around the world

Vale Anna Kożmińska obm (1919-2021)

During the Holocaust, in Częstochowa, she and her stepmother, Maria Koźmińska ( née Hoffman), helped Abraham Jabloński, an eight-year-old Jewish boy.

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Częstochowa Umschlagplatz Monument Desecrated

Holocaust denier vandals have desecrated the monument, in memory of Częstochowa Jews, located on the site of the former Umschlagplatz (now named "Samuel Willenberg Square").

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Vale Irit Amiel z”l (1931-2021)

It was with great sadness that the World Society learned of the passing of writer and poet Irit Amiel Z"l, who has passed away at the age of ninety. She has twice been nominated…

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Two New Books About Częstochowa Jewry

Two new books about the history of Częstochowa Jewry, in Polish, have just been published by the Częstochowa Municipal Museum and are now available for purchase.

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Reunions

- view our reunion photo galleries

5th Reunion

Częstochowa, Poland September 2016

Banquet Dinner

Monday, 19th September 2016


Jewish Tour

Tuesday, 20th September 2016


Jewish Museum Opening

Tuesday, 20th September 2016


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4th Reunion

Częstochowa, Poland October 2012

TSKŻ

Tuesday, 2nd October 2012


Welcome

Tuesday, 2nd October 2012


Banquet Dinner

Tuesday, 2nd October 2012


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3rd Reunion

Częstochowa, Poland October 2009

Welcome

Sunday, 18th October 2009


Castle Tour

Sunday, 18th October 2009


First Evening

Sunday, 18th October 2009


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Next Reunion... Late 2019

- stay tuned for details and registrations coming soon

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My Częstochowa

- Write your own story!

Since the fall of communism in Poland in 1989, hundreds of Częstochowa survivors and their descendants have visited the city, either at any one of the World Society’s Reunions or travelling independently.

For anyone who wishes to share with the rest of us their experiences, we have set aside a section of our website to enable them to do so. In fact, we positively encourage you to add your contribution!.

LEARN HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR STORY!

Lives & Legends

- Write a tribute to your Częstochowa family

Częstochowa Landsleit are encouraged to pay tribute to their parents, their grandparents or other members of their nuclear or extended family, who either survived or perished in the Holocaust.

In fact, anyone who wishes to may write a tribute page to some or all of their family, so long as their family comes from Częstochowa or the surrounding area.

LEARN HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR TRIBUTE!

Częstochowa Tourist Map

- showing locations of Jewish and general interest.

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