Srul Lichtman in Moghilev-Podolsk

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7 Responses to Srul Lichtman in Moghilev-Podolsk

  1. Hardy says:

    From pictures I can see that Srul Lichtman is exposed in
    the Mogilev Museum as kind of an attraction.
    He won some medals ,I dont know what for …

  2. bconcept says:

    Hardy:
    I’ve uploaded a few more pictures, illustrating Srul’s daily routine. In the morning he’s first visiting the small Synagogue to breakfast. Then he drifts along the market, finally getting at the main office of the Jewish Community (at the same time Jewish Museum). He meets usually Leonid Brechman and – if he’s lucky – a tourist from abroad like me, but unfortunately for Srul, that doesn’t happen very often. After an extensive break, a chat and perhaps a jiddish lidl, same procedure follows as in the morning. In the evening, at 6:30, he’s back in the Synagogue for the prayer.

  3. romers says:

    Edgar… this is a marvellous piece of photojournalism! For me, you managed to capture in music and a few photographs, the very essence of a Jewish life that will too soon be lost. Very well done my friend — thank you!
    jerome

  4. Irene Fishler says:

    I agree 100%. Our “rasender Reporter” did a great job again. I liked the general view of the little museum. It seems to have a lot of interesting documents on display. And, have you seen the Photoreporter himself in front of the Museum?

  5. romers says:

    Yep… that’s my man Edgar all right! Always interesting to put a face (+/- body?) to the folks we’ve been corresponding with. I often wonder if we should have an ‘Ehpes Gallery’ of our Cz. list members?

    Edgar is talented in so many ways — not the least of which is his excellent sense of ‘design’; he really makes the Blog shine.

    j.

  6. bconcept says:

    Jerome, Irene,

    Thank you so much for your outstanding appreciation. A picture – or a small video clip – is worth a tousand words – and prevents me additionally from making too much English language mistakes.

    Best wishes!

    Edgar

  7. Hey are using WordPress for your site platform? I’m new to the blog world but I’m trying to get started and create my own. Do you require any html coding expertise to make your own blog? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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