Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Re: Berdichev Yizkor Book #ukraine


Gene Starn <genes17@...>
 

Steve, I just returned home following a trip up North (which kept me stranded
for 10-1/2 hours in the Buffalo blizzard as I was approaching the Peace Bridge
to Canada) and found your e-mail about a Berdichev Yizkor book in Hebrew.
That will be easier to translate than the 90-page Yiddish book of 1870 which
I've given to two Yiddish translaters. Incidentally, I'll call tomorrow or
Tuesday
to see how their work is progressing. But send me the Hebrew version. I
have a Hebrew scholar who can do that one.

Gene Starn

At 06:23 PM 11/24/00 -0500, you wrote:
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To Berdichev researchers:
Previously unknown to me, and I suspect to many of you, there is a yizkor
book for Berdichev, in the form of a special issue of a serial publication.
I obtained it today. It is 65 pages, and seems to include some family
histories, but not so far as I can tell a list. It is in Hebrew, which, to
my shame, I am unable to read. I would like to hear >from anyone who is
willing to play a role in translation. I will be happy to provide copies.
--Steve Rosen, Bethesda, Maryland
Rosen20817@aol.com
Researching ROYZENTUR (Rosenthal) and BABCHUK (Vovchik) in Odessa and
Berdichev


Berdichev Yizkor Book
a special Berdichev issue of
Yalkut Volin: osef zikhronot u-teudot [Anthology of Volynia; collection of
memoirs and documents],
Tel Aviv, 1951
vol. 2, nos 12-13.
In Hebrew
Listed in Bibliography of Memorial Book for Jewish Communities in Soviet
Belorussia and SovietUkraine, in "The Holocaust In The Soviet Union."(1993)
MODERATOR's NOTE: May I again take the liberty of reminding all of our members that we encourage the submission to the Ukraine SIG of exactly such material.

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