Re: Holocaust Death Place: "Leta, Hungary" #general
Rochelle P. Gershenow wrote on 24 apr 2011 in soc.genealogy.jewish:
Leta, Hungary was listed as the place of death in a page of testimonyNagyléta, methinks.
Létavértes (in Hungarian) or Leta Mare (in Romanian) is a town in Hajdú-
Bihar county, in the Northern Great Plain region of eastern Hungary.
Jewish Population: 382 (in 1880), 365 (in 1930)
Létavértes was created in 1970, via the union of Nagyléta and Vértes.
16 miles SE of Debrecen, 22 miles N of Oradea, near the Romanian border.
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