Sunday, February 9, 2014

1941-1945 WWII: SARATOV REGION--A LIST OF EVACUEES

1941-1945 WWII: SARATOV REGION--A LIST OF EVACUEES

An extensive alphabetical (Russian) list (Jews and non-Jews) is available from the Russian archives beginning at: http://saratov.rusarchives.ru/bd/evak/index.html. When you click on a name, additional information becomes available: DOB, Evacuation location, Workplace, Address,  Family Composition, Nationality, Notes. The information for each item is not available for every individual.
You can use an automatic or online translator if you are not literate in Russian.

A few of the surnames are:

Aizen, Altshuller, Aksentsev

Babich, Babkin, Bagashnova Bagiora, Baev, Baskin, Bayura, Beilin, Berkashev, Berezinsky, Biyalskaya, Blumer, Burikov, Boer, Burschteyn, Byk

Wernick, Vinitsky, Vinokourov, Virnik, Wisniewski, Vladimir

Kagan, Kleiner, Klovsky, Knebelman, Kolyshkin

Levin, Levitin, Levitsky, Leibman, Lieberman, Letychivsky, Lifshin

Mazin, Maly, Manevitch, Meerovitch, Maisy, Maiman, Melamud, Mirochnik, Mihaylevich, Mickle, Morgalin, Morduhovich,

Zuckerberg, Tsib, Tsytkin, Tsymrina

Shapira, Shachalav, Shvartsburd, Schwartzman, Shvidka, Sherman, Schechter, Schechtman, Shihelman, Shlaen, Shlingbaum, Shlaen, Shlingbaum, Schneider, Spiegel, Spingarn, Shponkah, Shpritser, Shtalenberg, Steinberg, Shterenshis, Shulman

Edelman, Epelman

Yudov, Yuldin, Yahnis


Please refer to the site for further information.