Given name: Teodozja Family name: Goliborska (4)

  • (1, 2, 3, 4) YES
  • (1, 2, 3, 4) Female
  • (1) Teodozja , (2) Teodozja , (3) Tosia , (4) Tosia
  • (1) Goliborska , (2) Goliborska , (3) Goliborska , (4) Goliborska-Gołąbowa
  • (4) Goliborska
  • (1) Tosia
  • (1, 2) No information, (3, 4) From Warsaw
    • (4) higher
  • (1)

    Doctor in the Berson and Bauman Children's Hospital in the Warsaw Ghetto. Survived the war

    (2)

    member of Jewish Fighting Organization (ZOB), after the Warsaw Uprising, she was hiding at Promyka Street No. 43

    (3)

    in the bunker at Promyka Street

    (4)

    The head of the laboratory in the Bersohn and Bauman hospital; before the war, she was the owner of the laboratory in Kredytowa Street, where she lived. When she was thrown away from that place, she settled in the room next to the laboratory in the hospital. She used to bring the remaines of china and other things which survived. In spring 1942 she crossed to the 'Aryan side'; survived the war, lives in Australia

    • (3) Poles operations, help
    • (4) help
    • (1, 4) physicians
    • (2, 3) activists
    • (3) Polish underground movement , contacts with other Jews , individual help
  • (4)

    a classy lady

  • (3)

    Sylkiewicz, Kazimierz Jozef; Relacja; W Archiwum Yad Vashem (Testimony, Yad Vashem Archives)

  • (1) 150, 340, (2, 3) 212, (4) s. 184-187