Given name: Anna Family name: Natanblum (4)

  • (1, 2, 3, 4) YES
  • (1, 2, 3, 4) Female
  • (1) Anna , (2) Anna , (3) Anna , (4) Anna
  • (1) Natanblum , (2) Natanblut , (3) Natanblut , (4) Natanblut
  • (3) Natanblutt
  • (1, 2, 3, 4) No information
  • (1)

    Co-worker of the Centos (Central Organization for Orphan Care). Since 1941 in the Warsaw Ghetto, where she was the inspector of the official Jewish school network. As a member of the Centos she was the head of the half boarding school department.

    (2)

    head of the Schools Department of the Judenrat - after Horenstein

    (3)

    Before the war she was the head of a big Jewish regional school in the Polish language. Later, from September 1941, when permission was given to establish Jewish schools in the ghetto, she was chosen a school visitor by the Jewish School Committee. She served at this post until the First Action. She also headed a Centos unit, which managed half-boarding houses. She managed to survive the war. After the war in Sweden.

    (4)

    Collaborator of the Centos (Central Organization for Orphan Care). She committed herself to clandestine teaching in the ghetto.

    • (1) pedagogues
    • (2) Judenrat
    • (3) pedagogues, teachers
    • (4) activists
  • (1)

    Author confuses the last name; it is about Anna Natanblut

  • (2)

    Ernest, Stefan; Pam. 'Trzeci Front. O wojnie wielkich Niemiec z Zydami Warszawy 1939-1943' (On the War of Great Germany with the Jews 1939 – 1943)

    (4)

    Barski, Jozef, Przezycia i wspomnienia z lat okupacji (Experiences and Memoirs of the Occupation)

  • (1) 112,146, (3) str.112, (4) [s., 37]