Given name: Srulek Family name: Unknown

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  • Male
  • Srulek
  • A small smuggler, his parents had a shop with pots and glass products in Zimna Street before the war. After the ghetto had been closed down they had to move out. Srulek smuggled by collaborating with boys from the 'Aryan side'. For a long time he delivered milk to the author. In order to get it he sneaked through the wall and went to his mother's former servant (Zosia). One day he was shot in the leg by a German soldier while getting through the hole. His leg was amputated, but he kept on smuggling.

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  • Cyprys, Ruth Altbeker; A Jump for Life: A Survivor's Journal from Nazi-Occupied Poland, ed., Elaine Potter, London: Constable, 1997