„What we've been unable to shout out to the world”
78 years ago, at the corner of Dąbrówki and Janowa Wola streets in the Kraków ghetto, the Germans shot a group of elderly Jews who were being led to a transport to the Bełżec death camp. Among them were the painter Abraham Neuman and the poet Mordechaj Gebirtig.
Abraham Neuman was born in Sierpc in 1873. His father was a poor forest administration clerk.