Misza worked at Korczaks orphanage from September 1st, 1931 until August 5th, 1942 - the day entire orphanage was deported to Treblinka.
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Janusz Korczak together with staff and children i Goclawek. Michal Wroblewski (Misza Wasserman) on the right of dr. Korczak and Saba Lejzerowicz and Szmulek Gogol on the left. Amzele Kolb stands third in the top row (1937).
Michal Wroblewski (Misza) med barnen.
Misza (Michal Wroblewski) and orphanage children. Wloclawek, 1932.
Michal Wroblewski (Misza) med barnen på gården till Dom Sierot. Dagen var 1 maj året 193?.
Misza and children in front of the Krochmalna 92. It was 1st of May, year ?
Första artikeln om Janusz Korczak, publicerat av Michal Wroblewski under pågående andra världskriget. Den svenska översättningen av artikeln finns i Krönikan 1996.
First article by Misza describing Korczak orphanage fate, published during WWII.
Michal (Misza) Wroblewski med sitt fotbollslag framför tältet. Bilden tagen troligen vid sommarkolonin Rózyczka i Goclawek, 1932.
Michal (Misza) Wroblewski started to work at Krochmalna during his studies at the University. He was ao leading gimnastics at the orphanage.
Misza Wroblewski together with children under the tree at Korchmalna 92. (1939).
Michal (Misza) Wroblewski (tallest in the middle) in the Polish Army, 1944.
Michal (Misza) Wroblewski in the colonel uniform, depositing of wreath at the Warsaw Ghetto Fighters Monument. On his right- previous orphan and thereafter teacher at Krochmalna 92, Barbara Abramow Newerly and on his left Ela Frydman (pedagog). They were representing the board of Polish Korczak Association. April, 1963. Warsaw Ghetto Uprising 30th anniversary.
UNESCO meeting in Paris. First from the left - Joseph Arnon (former teacher at Krochmalna), second - Adam Nowominski (radiomen that was working with Korczak at Polish radio) and forth Michal (Misza) Wroblewski.
Michal vid en ceremoni i utrotningslägret Treblinka, år 1983. Bland 17.000 stenar med namn på orter från vilka de i Treblinka mördade kom ifrån, finns en sten som bär ett namn -
Death camp Treblinka, Poland, 1983. Among seventeen thousand (17.000) memorial rocks representing the sites of the places from which the murdered in Treblinka come from, there is only one rock with a personal name:
(Janusz Korczak, Henryk Goldszmit and the Children).
Behind the Korczak-rock stands Misza (Wasserman) Wroblewski, the only teacher that survived orphanage deportation to Treblinka on the 5th of August 1942.
Stone (and 1000 tree plantation) in the memory of Michal (Misza) Wroblewski was raised in the Korczak-forest in Jerusalem outskirts by Misza´s children - orphanage children that survied Holocaust, his family and friends.
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Swedish Holocaust Memorial Association, P.O. Box 12523, S-102 29 Stockholm, SWEDEN.