Given name: Jurek Family name: Błones (3)
- (1, 2, 3) YES
- (1, 2, 3) Male
- (1) Jurek , (2) Jurek , (3) Jurek
- (1) Błones , (2) Błones , (3) Błones
- (2) Bloness
- (1) 1924, (2) 1920
- (1) probably 1943, (2) after 13 May 1943
- (1) Warszawa
- (1) Płudy
- (1, 2, 3) No information
An active Skiff member. In the ghetto he dealt with arms smuggling. During the uprising he commanded Bund's combat 'five' at the brushmakers' shop. He took part in defending the bunker at Franciszkanska Street No. 30. On 10 May he left the ghetto through sewers. Murdered by the Germans in a village called Pludy.(2)
The author's school mate, one of the members of the uprising. He was taken to the Umschlagplatz with his younger brother Lusiek. They escaped from the train to Treblinka and returned to the ghetto. He was the Jewish Fighting Organization (ZOB) member in the brush factory. During the Second Action he passed to the 'Aryan side', in order to speed up the deliveries of weapon. Wladka's 'contact' in the ghetto, he collected parcels from her. Together with his brother, sister and a friend he was to be hid after the uprising in Pludy, in the house of a peasant. They were betrayed by the landlord and arrested. Afterwards they were driven around Pludy and nearby villages, with a disgraceful sign informing, that they were Jewish criminals. They were all murdered.(3)
The commander of one of the four Bund combat outfits in the Warsaw ghetto uprising.
During the First Action he was 22. Dark-haired, pale, in damaged clothes. In another fragment Wladka wrote, that he had short, blond hair.