Thursday, August 21, 2014

MOGILEV-PODOLSKY & VINNITSA REGION: INTERACTIVE MAPS



INTERACTIVE MAPS
(KartaGoroda.com.ua)


The map “…allows you to find information about all the areas and streets…You can change the scale of the map, move it in different directions and have a look at the map from a satellite….
You can search for your address in the city of Mogilev-Podolsky,…To search, enter the name of the street (alley, square, avenue, etc.) and the house [or building] number and click search. If [you have] successfully found the address you will be redirected to the page of your address …as well as photos taken on this street, places of interest nearby and local weather.” (you probably have to enter the info. in Russian Cyrillic. You can use Google translator to convert your language to Russian: https://translate.google.com/ , then copy/paste the street written in Cyrillic into the search box)

Example: 168 Gorky St.--
http://kartagoroda.com.ua/%D0%9C%D0%BE%D0%B3%D0%B8%D0%BB%D0%B5%D0%B2-%D0%9F%D0%BE%D0%B4%D0%BE%D0%BB%D1%8C%D1%81%D0%BA%D0%B8%D0%B9/%D1%83%D0%BB%D0%B8%D1%86%D0%B0_%D0%93%D0%BE%D1%80%D1%8C%D0%BA%D0%BE%D0%B3%D0%BE/168





MAPS OF UKRAINE
http://kartagoroda.com.ua
(names of each area are above the coats of arms)


"Babiy Yar" video

For your watching and listening pleasure, "Babiy Yar", Borislav Strulev on the cello and Tamara Gverdciteli, vocalist---it is quite beautiful!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHqMrE95oLo#t=140


Wednesday, August 20, 2014

1957-1958 FRANCE: EGYPTIAN REFUGEES

1957-1958 FRANCE: EGYPTIAN REFUGEES RECEIVING JDC AID



A list of Egyptian Jews in France who received payments and loans provided by the Comite Juif d’Action Sociale et de Reconstruction—COJASOR) for resettlement and housing expenses.

“ROBBERY OF UKRAINIAN JEWS DURING THE SHOAH (HOLOCAUST)”

“ROBBERY OF UKRAINIAN JEWS DURING THE SHOAH (HOLOCAUST)”
[Semen Shveybish]

The Russian article discusses the robbery and murder by”…Nazi occupiers and volunteers from among the non-Jewish population of occupied Ukraine….”
Some of the locations discussed include: Lviv, Ruzyne (Zhitomir), Vinnitsa, Mariupol,  Minkovtsky (Kamenetz-Podolsk),  Kiev, Dnepropetrovsk, Berdichev, Kharkov, Yaruga, Yanov,  Uman, Snitkova, Gvozdevka II (Lyubashevsky district of Odessa),  Brailiv, Starokonstantinov (Kamenetz-Podolsk), Litin, Khmilnyk, Zinkova (Kamenetz-Podolsk), Black Island (Kamenetz-Podolsk), Rahachou (Zhitomir), Annopolya (Kamentetz-Podolsk), Breslov, Brovary (Kiev), Yaryshev (Vinnitsa), Murovana Kurylivtsi (Vinnitsa), Gysin (Vinnitsa),  Zhitomir Ghetto, Pereyaslav (Kiev), Krivoy-Rog, Osipenko (Zaporozhye), Novo-Moskovske, Ekaterinpole, Orynine (Kamenetz-Podolsk), Proskurov (Khmelnitsky), Alexandria (Kirovograd), Komsomolsk (Vinnitsa), Kazatin (Vinnitsa), Spichintsy (Vinnitsa), Kalinovki (Vinnitsa), Gaysin, Pecher (Jews taken from the Romanian occupation zone), Kremenchug (Poltava), Krolevets (Sumy), Bogoduhov (Kharkov), Simferopol, et al.

Please see the article for further information.

Use an online translator if necessary.

1820-1840 PIOTRKOW TRYBUNALSKI: STUDENTS’ & SCHOLARS’ CAREERS


1820-1840 PIOTRKOW TRYBUNALSKI: STUDENTS’ & SCHOLARS’ CAREERS


A research report on the above topic includes the following individuals’ names, as well as  their professions, father’s and father-in-law’s professions:

Arie Natanowicz Ejbeszyc
Wolf Goldknopf
Szaja Lewinsztajn
Michal Moszkowicz Pimsztajn
Zelman Rosenkranc
Icyk Izraelowicz Bendermacher
Lewek Jakubowicz Liszyc
Josek Majman
Berek Lewkowicz Silbersztajn
Szymon Jakubowicz Sztajn
Salomon Wajs
Abraham Lewkowicz Wald
Icyk Chajmowicz Wolanowski