Completed the Real School in Warsaw and then studied chemistry at the Technical University in Riga, simultaneously pursuing clandestine activity in the "Proletariat" Party.
Family My [paternal] grandfather was probably called Mendel.
And he lived in Switzerland, and might have been a watchmaker, I seem to recall hearing. He lived in a place called Schautfon or something like that, in the French part, I think, spent 30 years or so there, and retained all the attributes of a religious Jew.
Was he very religious or only fairly religious? I never knew why Grandfather left Poland. I never asked, even when I met him after his return from Switzerland to Kielce in the [early] s.
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He lived only a few years in Kielce and died tragically. There was a coal-burning stove, and the stove had obviously not been shut properly, or something like that had happened, and Grandfather suffocated.
His second brother lived in Britain; he was called Leopold, and lived to at least 90 [he died in the s or s]. I saw him on a photograph of the family in Israel, the ones that emigrated from Poland. Moric was about ten years or so younger than Father.
Totally bald as your knee, looked like Mussolini . Probably from one of the small towns near Kielce, maybe Busko, or Chmielnik or Pinczow. All I know is that when she left Pinczow she emigrated to Switzerland with Father.
My parents spoke Yiddish mostly, but because of the photographic studio Polish had to be mastered as a tool.
My Mama spoke very correct Polish in my view, unlike Father, who spoke Polish terribly. My mother was very fond of and grew flowers.
Oleanders and a ficus. There was a palm, not very tall, but the ficus was big. Those plants stood in the parlor. And she liked dressing up, in this satin dress; she liked dressing up on holidays.
She liked making food [also]; she made preserves, baked cakes, baked challot. And what stood out [about her character]?
Her attitude to her sister, Chitler. She was the wife of this guy Chitler, who they spoke ill of. The eldest boy was called Moric and he later worked in the Moderne photographic studio [Mr. He learned the art of photography and I think he had achievements, but he was killed during the occupation.
The other two — the youngest one was called Motek — ended up in the Orion factory [Mr. They [the Chitlers] lived in this two-story wooden house on Kapitulna Street, near the church; they lived on the second floor.
They were beam, not plaster walls, I remember, so it was this kind of country cottage. I think they lived in Sosnowiec. I know that they got in touch in the s from Israel. Our fotographic studio How did the Moderne studio come into being? Father might have been about at that time, by my reckoning.
He went to Switzerland, via Hungary. In Switzerland Father learned the art of photography.Moscicki remained president until September , when he was interned in Romania and forced by France to resign his office.
He passed it on to Władysław Raczkiewicz. In December he was released and allowed to move to Switzerland, where he remained through World War II.
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