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Mendel Grossman. Chaim Kaplan. Janusz Korczak. Abraham Lewin. Alfred Nossig. Simon Wiesenthal. Jacob Edelstein. Lublin was an important centre of Jewish religion, culture, education and social life. In the Yeshiva Chachmel — Yeshiva of the Wise Men in Lublin — was established, this became a world-famous rabbinical high school.
In the city many Jewish organisations were very active, and the Jews had their own representation in the town council and with many commercial and social organisations Jews dominated in trading. There was however, a low level of assimilation, out of 42, Jews approximately 1, declared to use the Polish language, although most of the younger generation spoke Polish fluently.
On 18 September German troops entered the city after a short battle in the suburbs, and a deadly bombardment on the 8 September , where many buildings were destroyed. On 14 October the Lublin Jewish community received an order to pay , zloty as a contribution to the German army. German soldiers rounded up Jews in the streets and forced them to work clearing up the bomb damage, and other tasks.
Many Jews were beaten, tortured and humiliated, whilst German soldiers robbed Jewish shops and apartments. The fire lasted twenty hours. The Lublin Jews assembled around and wept bitterly, almost silencing us with their cries. We summoned the military band, and with joyful shouts the soldiers drowned out the sounds of the Jewish cries. On 25 October a registration was carried out, 37, Jews lived in Lublin, but many younger Jews and political activists left the city, and tried to reach the part of Poland occupied by the Russians.