Tuesday, November 28, 2017

1905 Mykolayiv/Nikolayev Pogrom

1905 Mykolayiv/Nikolayev Pogrom
(“Jewish Pogroms in Mikolayev”, Ch. 8. VV Shchukin)



p. 152-62
“As reported the next day…on Sobornay Street and in the bazaar, almost all Jewish shops and apartments…Mainly affected…”:

Sobornaya Street shops:
Popovsky—stationary
American Kogon---gold & silver items
Green, Tsukerman, Sher, Gessen---guards (?)
Soifer—furniture
Golberg—wares
Lubovsky—gold & silver items
Shvets & Fish—haberdashery
Zaslavsky—hats
Begun & Elovich—sewing machines

Katolicheskoy/Catholic Street shops:
Krichevsky—hats

Khersonskoy shops:
Grinberg—ready-made dresses
Eisenberg/Ayzenberg
Faynshteyn—haberdashery

Moskovskoy shops:
Margulis—pharmacy
Matlin—women’s attire
Podolsky—grocery

Potemkinskaya shops:
Berkson—flat/apartment & carbonated water factory

Obornaya & Nikolskaya (corner of):
Kogon---carbonated water factory (was set on fire which was then put out)

Odessa Street:
Rovinsky—factory


Other:
Veshnivetsky--house
Lisansky—pharmacy
Avrashkov—ready-made dresses
Bilek
Krasitnikov—pharmacy
Nyanskii—shop
KZ Ratgauz—shop looted
MI Hoffmann
SL Berezinsky
Shifman—tailor
DI Shlemovich—green grocery (?)
GI Natchovich—shop & apartment
Kh.. Schur—apartment
Kh. Bayer—apartment
AT Feldaman—bazaar shop
D. Gomberg—clothing
Sh. D. Veltman—merchant—looted 4 shops & warehouse
ED Gurlyand—manufacturer


A Few Dead or Wounded:
IB Heifetz—serious head wound
I.Vakhnyansky—died 
E. Podlipsky—died (Kherson tradesman)