Bronia Roslawowski

Of Blessed Memory 1926 – 2010

Bronia Roslawowski was born in Turek, Poland to Bluma and Tzvi Eliezer Kibel. She attended public school and Hebrew school and displayed a talent for the violin. She also rode her bike, made dolls, invented plays, gardened, and spent summers in the country with her four siblings. Bronia survived a ghetto, five concentration camps and a death march. Arriving in Kansas City in 1947, she trained as a nurse, raised her family, and ran the M&M Bakery.

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Bronia Roslawowski Audio Testimony - August 25, 2000

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