Ziviah Lubetkin, freedom fighter
Ziviah Lubetkin (1914-1976) (standing at table in center) was one of the most heroic figures in our family’s history. Her exploits as a resistance leader during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising made her a revered hero in Israel.

Read Ziviah’s bio information on the Partisans site sponsored by the Ghetto Fighters’ House.

The Promise, The Revolt, The Vow: The hypertext narrative of Ziviah Lubetkin’s life in the Zionist movement and her experiences leading the uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto during the Holocaust. This brochure, reproduced here by permission from the Ghetto Fighters’ House, chronicles Ziviah Lubetkin’s long leadership of Zionist organizations through the horror of the Holocaust and the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising through her emigration to Israel.

Translated from the Hebrew by BEZALEL IANAI. Published by the International Department – Diaspora Section – of the General Federation of Labor (HISTADRUT) in cooperation with the Lochamei Hagettaot (Ghetto Fighters) Institute for “Remembrance of the Holocaust and Revolt.”

American Friends of Ghetto Fighters House

American Friends of the Ghetto Fighters House is a fund-raising arm of the museum and education center in Israel, founded in honor of Ziviah Lubetkin and all the other Warsaw Ghetto fighters. One of its primary aims is the tracing of children orphaned by the Holocaust.

Ghetto Fighters’ House
Moshe Shner’s experimental WWW pages for Kibbutz Lohamei HaGettaot, the Ghetto Fighters’ House.

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