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Opening Hours:

Sunday to Thursday: ‬09:00-17:00

Fridays and Holiday eves: ‬09:00-14:00

Yad Vashem is closed on Saturdays and all Jewish Holidays.

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A glove knitted by Kala Selzer when she was a prisoner in the Grünberg labor camp

Kala was born in 1923 in Dąbrowa Górnicza in the Zaglebie region, Poland. In 1940 they began to concentrate the Jews of the city in a ghetto, the schools were closed and the Jewish community began to organize activities and lessons for the children who had been left without any framework. Kala took a course in knitting and decoration and the skills that she gained served her later when she was in the camp.

A Glove Knitted By Kala Selzer (née Londner) When She Was a Prisoner in the Grünberg labor Camp
A Glove Knitted By Kala Selzer (née Londner) When She Was a Prisoner in the Grünberg labor Camp

A Glove Knitted By Kala Selzer (née Londner) When She Was a Prisoner in the Grünberg labor Camp
A Glove Knitted By Kala Selzer (née Londner) When She Was a Prisoner in the Grünberg labor Camp
A Glove Knitted By Kala Selzer (née Londner) When She Was a Prisoner in the Grünberg labor Camp

A Glove Knitted By Kala Selzer (née Londner) When She Was a Prisoner in the Grünberg labor Camp
Kala and Noach Selzer on their wedding day
Kala and Noach Selzer on their wedding day

Kala and Noach Selzer on their wedding day
Noach and Kala Selzer's wedding celebration
Noach and Kala Selzer's wedding celebration

Noach and Kala Selzer's wedding celebration
Noach and Kala Selzer with their children, Ze'ev, Refael and Hasiel
Noach and Kala Selzer with their children, Ze'ev, Refael and Hasiel

Noach and Kala Selzer with their children, Ze'ev, Refael and Hasiel