Given name: Sabina Family name: Wójcikiewicz
Before the war she worked as a model in Magazyn Francuski in Kredytowa Street. In April 1938 she marries Ludwik Wojcikiewicz in the Nozyk Synagogue. When the war broke out her son was two months old. Her husband was in an oflag but returned to Warsaw. In the ghetto they lived at Ogrodowa Street No. 26a with the parents. Sabina wanted to sell everything, buy a lot of food, eat dinner and take cyanide. After Ludwik's return they moved into their own flat, that Irka Polirsztok gave up to them, located in Chlodna Street. Sabina sold her watch to buy carrots for her son for the winter. Her wallet was stolen in the marketplace. She returned home and jumped out of the eighth floor of the building (she let loose her long, black hair and put on a black blindfold). Her son lived with her parents. Sabina's grave in in the Jewish Cemetery, near the wall.
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Losy zydowskie. Swiadectwo zywych (Survivors’ Testimonies), ed. M. Turski
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Ulica Chłodna, gdzie popełniła samobójstwo Sabina Wójcikiewicz z domu Rozental.