Between and he spent in Russian prisons before being released in In March he joined Polish Military Organisation. After independce he became secretary in the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare.
Great-Grandfather was called Jekutiel Grossbart. I just remember the coffin being brought out. It was there, in that house in Lagiewniki, that my great-grandfather died.
Back then you went on foot to the cemetery, in Podgorze, I think it is. There was this big article in the Dziennik Polski [the Polish Daily, a popular daily newspaper in the south-eastern Polish provinces of Malopolska and Podkarpacie] about this great-grandfather of mine, Grossbard, who was the first to produce that slivovitz [Ed.
She had heart trouble, she was always going to this place called Wiesbaden [a spa town in Germany known for its hot springs], to spa towns. She had heart trouble, but she outlived her husband by a few years. Nicely rounded, you might say. She was handsome, and kept herself looking nice.
There was a Jewish cook, and Leoska, the maid, and Grandma sat in her armchair. Well, as a child, what could I think?
She had sweets in a drawer. I was the daughter of her beloved son, her only son, so she was free with her sweets. Grandfather Grossbart was a very handsome Jew.
He wore a gray beard, short peyot and a hat. I thought he was very nice. Not strict, though once I did get a hiding. I was into everything, you see. And there were some people [laborers] doing something in the fields — Grandfather had a farm — and I asked this one man to sit me up on the hay wagon.
And I fell off. I went running home crying, and it was then I got a hiding: The whole family traded in leather, skins: Great-Grandfather, Grandfather, even my father was in the business.
They were cattle hides. Used to make shoes. I remember how my father used to go places and bring back cattle hides, or somebody would bring them to him. We had a big farmyard in Lagiewniki and I remember there was this brick drying house, coal- and wood-fuelled. When the hides came in — still fresh, or part dried, they would hang there on the poles to finish drying out.
Father and Grandfather, they would hang them out themselves. All I remember is the dry skins being taken down and taken to railroad wagons somewhere. They would be sold to a tannery somewhere. My grandfather was a farmer as well, really.Westerners are not only known as history ignoramuses, but double dumbass history ignoramuses when it comes to World War II (WWII).
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