Re: List of Jewish Veterinaries in Poland, 1931 #galicia


Piotr Wapinski <gen@...>
 

This is a great resource.

I have found on the same site the Polish Medical Yearbook for 1936:
http://www.wbc.poznan.pl/dlibra/doccontent?id=3D72096&dirids=3D1

All of the 1036 pages are available online, at no cost.

I have made a breakthrough, at last, locating my grandfather's Ignacy
Wapinski's record and official birth date, including the street address
and telephone number. The same for my grand-uncle Alfred Rosenblueth.

Very interesting for Jewish researchers: on the (online) page number
845 a list of doctors who left Poland - many of them for Palestine. On
the following page, doctors who changed name.

Lots of additional resources are available on the same site.

Thanks to Alexander Sharon for the information.

Piotr Wapinski
Geneva
Looking for: Wapinski , Wapinska (Lomza, Korytki), Szofman (Warsaw),
Rosenblueth, Benkel (Warsaw), Carpi (Italy), Abramowna (Jedwabne),
Furmanski, Faybusowicz, Jankiel, Jankelowna, Terranova (Naples and
Sicily, Italy)

----- Original message -----
From: Alexander Sharon <a.sharon@shaw.ca
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2007 23:49:05 -0600
Subject: [jri-pl] List of Jewish Veterinaries in Poland, 1931
To: "JRI-Poland" <jri-pl@lyris.jewishgen.org

Digital Library of Wielkopolska has published list of all veterinaries in
Poland in year 1931

http://www.wbc.poznan.pl/dlibra/docmetadata?id=72035

Amongst 1,364 Polish veterinaries in 1931 there were many Jews

To view alphabetical listings, go to page 32 (in *pdf paging system this is
page 34).

The following data for the practising veterinaries is listed:

1. Sequential number
2. Surname (family name) and first name
3. Practice affiliation (district (powiat), regional (sejmik) town (miasto)
4. Place of practice (town name)
5. Place of practice - district (powiat)
6. Date of Birth
7. Religion - Jewish is identified as "mojzeszowa"
8. Nationality
9. Year of Graduation
10. Graduation University
11. Sequential number

For some of the recent graduates there is no place of practice shown, as
they have not been yet assigned (or employed) to the permanent place of
work.
Several Jewish veterinaries have native Polish sounding surnames and names,
their Jewish affiliation is recognized by checking religion (#7) column.


Alexander Sharon
Calgary, Ab., Canada

Regards,

Piotr Wapinski

Looking for: Wapinski , Wapinska (Lomza, Korytki), Szofman (Warsaw), Rosenbl
eth, Benkel (Warsaw), Carpi (Italy), Abramowna (Jedwabne), Furmanski,
Faybusowicz, Jankiel, Jankelowna, Terranova (Naples and Sicily, Italy)

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