This photo was provided by Gombiner, Israel Baruch, who is the young boy seated on the floor at the left. It shows a group of Jews who found refuge in Łodz, Poland in 1946 after World War II. Some survived Nazi concentration camps or places of hiding, and others returned from Russia. Avram Zychlinski, brother of Rajzel Zychlinsky, is seated near the right in the first row with his hands crossed. He escaped from Poland by joining the Russian army, leaving behind a wife and two daughters in Gombin; they were murdered during the Holocaust. He returned to Łodz after the war to establish a new life, co-founding the Łodz Film Institute, where many directors, including Roman Polanski, studied.  Rajzel Zychlinsky, the famous Yiddish poet, may also be in the photo.

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