Memorial Tour 2022 Update

While the prospects are improving with increasing vaccination and declining COVID numbers, we do not know when enough normality will be restored for safe travel and visiting Poland. To be able to make a timely decision about the trip, we have set the following deadline: 

If by the end of September 2021 the safety outlook is positive and certain, we will confirm and start organizing the trip for the late Spring of 2022. Otherwise, we will set another deadline to consider whether the trip would be possible for later in 2022.

Przedecz Yizkor Book Progress

ROBERTA BOOKS, manager of the Yizkor Book translation into English and Polish, has completed the first draft and has translated 21 sections of the book which can be seen in Jewishgen.

 We are looking forward to the completion of this project in 2021. THX ROBERTA.


April 2021

Leon Zamosc Completes the Gombin Yizkor Book 

LEON ZAMOSC, manager of the Gombin Yizkor Book translation,  has announced the completion of the English translation—originally a hard covered book with 452 pages and 315 images. This is the first book whose translation was possible thanks to the Association of Descendants of Jewish Central Poland.

It is now uploaded into the Jewishgen website.

Mazel Tov Leon!

Three More Yizkor Books in the Works 

We are also looking for anyone interested in participating in the translation of the following Yizkor Books: 




Please contact LEON ZAMOSC if you are interested: lzamosc@ucsd.edu

New Book is Underway

by Madelyn Postman

MADELYN POSTMAN is writing a narrative nonfiction book called Sixteen Stories based on her family history, with roots in Wloclawek, Central Poland and Upyna, Lithuania. The maternal side of her family hails from Zhongshan and Taishan in southern China. Four years in, she is halfway through the research and writing.

  Seeking Shtetl CoordinatorsArtwork: Harry Daniels (b.Danielowicz) Kolo

We are looking for Shtetl Coordinators to manage information, collaborate with other sectors & handle queries on the shtetl of your choice. To discuss role definitions and what is expected of Shtetl Coordinators and Active Participants please contact KEN DRABINSKY communicationandoutreach@ jewishcentralpoland.org