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In July 1995, both Haim Bresheeth and Yosefa Loshitzky went on a long trip to Europe. Both our families have come from Poland, and have beeb decimated by the Nazis almost completely during the Holocaust. Yosefa’s family comes from the town Sokolow Podlasky, in North-Eastern Poland, while Haim’s family came from the town of Ostrowiec, in Southern Poland. We were trying to see the towns together, as well as to trace the trips our parents have made, across Europe, as they traveled to Israel after their survival. On our trip we have collected mementos, as well as memories. These we have tried to represent in this memory box, which we have constructed together after our return. Each compartment of this box is a complex picture of memory juncture, a package of experiences and emotions.
Click ONCE on any rectangular compartment in the photograph below to view its enlargement. You can use the next and previous buttons to navigate to the next or previous compartment. The buttons appear when you move the mouse towards the top left or top right edge of the enlarged picture.