Survivor STORY

Sholem Iteld grew up in Bransk, Poland, and was deported with his family to the Bialystok ghetto. He fled Bialystok but was arrested by the invading Russian Army and imprisoned in a labor camp in Siberia. After the war he was released and returned to Poland, because he retained his Polish citizenship.

Shalom and his wife, Eva, resettled in Atlanta, where they owned a grocery store and raised their two daughters.

Explore themes found in this biography:

  • No themes
Sholem Iteld