After losing my whole family in 1942 in Lask Ghetto, I was sent to Lodz Ghetto, where by sheer luck, I was chosen by Chaim Rumkowski to be one of ten girls and ten boys as his foster children. We lived in a small house on Marysin. The group was taken care of by a “House motherâ€? who decided that each girl shall take care of one boy, wash and mend his clothing. My responsibility was Macks (Max) who was born in Germany. He survived the war. I received in 1948 a letter from him from Cyprus.

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I’m searching for anyone from Rumkowski’s Foster children.