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Rumbula memorial #latvia

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

I was sent the following message >from a Jewish Latvian with details of the
memorial in Rumbula. It is to Latvia's credit that they are ackowledging
the past and that Jewish memorials are now permitted.
Arlene Beare
UK

A memorial was opened on Friday in Rumbula. In the morning there was a
meeting at the Jewish Community Centre in Skolas St where our prime
minister Einars Repse spoke.
He said "... Jews were killed just because
they were Jews. They were our inhabitants who lived in Latvia for hundreds of
years and participated in all areas of our lives. ...Of course it was not
the state of Latvia who was guilty, it was the Nazi regime who did it. One
occupation regime substituted the other and only now in the independent
Latvia are we able to speak free about the past. We have to go through this
process and analyze in an honest way history and its unpleasant moments,
We cannot keep silent. The people of Latvia are sorry for the victims. We
honor the people who had courage as Janis Lipke, to save people, to save and
protect freedom and dignity...
The memorial in Rumbula was made to remind people and authorities about it so
that nothing similar should be repeated in the world"

Then followed talks >from the ambassadors of Israel, Germany and the USA.
The USAambassador Brian Karlson said:
"...Among the 1700 murders- >from 1000 up to
1500 were Latvian inhabitants plus about a hundred of the guards of the
Riga ghetto. Not so long ago there was an exchange in the newspapers on
how to describe the participants of the killings in Rumbula.
Some said that not all the Latvians there were voluntary Some said that
the time was very complicated. Some said that it was time to forget the
participation of Latvians. It is scary to see how some people use the
methods used by the Nazis at the Nuremberg process. They too denied their
responsibility for the evil deed saying that they had just executed
someone orders.
It is sad that now in free and democratic Latvia it is still possible to
excuse such crimes".

After this meeting all the participants were taken by the buses to the
memorial in Rumbula. It is very impressive and very simple. Instead of
the old stone there is a new one with the inscription:
" Along this road in November/ December 1941 Nazis
and their local collaborators drove to death in the Rumbula forest
thousands of Jews >from Riga ghetto prisoner..."
There were huge debates till the morning of November 29 on how to indicate
that the Latvians also participated here. The Latvian memorial commission
and the historian Ilga Kreituse were against stating the words "local
collaborators" as if it would be a reason for problems between the
nationalities and that is time to stop talking about it but this
inscription made by the Jewish community seems to be very appropriate
and it is good that the Jewish community had force enough to persuade this
commission.

>from the entrance there is a road in. Then are two stones more which are
made in the former of a gate (I do not remember the inscription as I have
made a picture). Then on the road are four places like mass graves 5x5
meters with one big stone on each. In the middle of the road is a place not
very big with small stones with inscription of the names and stones with
the ghetto street names. In the middle is a big menorah constructed like a
tree with roots.

Here in Rumbula was also our president Vaira Vike-Freiberga, who marked
these days of 30 November and 8 December as the black days in the Latvian
history and our task was to retain in memory the innocent victims and to
teach our children so as to ensure that nothing like that happens
again.
Among the speakers there were S. Springfield, President of the Latvian
Survivors in the USA, President of the Society of the Former Ghetto and
Concentration Camps Prisoner Alexander Bergman, new leader of the Jewish
community Arkady Sukharenko etc.


Latvia SIG #Latvia Rumbula memorial #latvia

Arlene Beare <arl@...>
 

I was sent the following message >from a Jewish Latvian with details of the
memorial in Rumbula. It is to Latvia's credit that they are ackowledging
the past and that Jewish memorials are now permitted.
Arlene Beare
UK

A memorial was opened on Friday in Rumbula. In the morning there was a
meeting at the Jewish Community Centre in Skolas St where our prime
minister Einars Repse spoke.
He said "... Jews were killed just because
they were Jews. They were our inhabitants who lived in Latvia for hundreds of
years and participated in all areas of our lives. ...Of course it was not
the state of Latvia who was guilty, it was the Nazi regime who did it. One
occupation regime substituted the other and only now in the independent
Latvia are we able to speak free about the past. We have to go through this
process and analyze in an honest way history and its unpleasant moments,
We cannot keep silent. The people of Latvia are sorry for the victims. We
honor the people who had courage as Janis Lipke, to save people, to save and
protect freedom and dignity...
The memorial in Rumbula was made to remind people and authorities about it so
that nothing similar should be repeated in the world"

Then followed talks >from the ambassadors of Israel, Germany and the USA.
The USAambassador Brian Karlson said:
"...Among the 1700 murders- >from 1000 up to
1500 were Latvian inhabitants plus about a hundred of the guards of the
Riga ghetto. Not so long ago there was an exchange in the newspapers on
how to describe the participants of the killings in Rumbula.
Some said that not all the Latvians there were voluntary Some said that
the time was very complicated. Some said that it was time to forget the
participation of Latvians. It is scary to see how some people use the
methods used by the Nazis at the Nuremberg process. They too denied their
responsibility for the evil deed saying that they had just executed
someone orders.
It is sad that now in free and democratic Latvia it is still possible to
excuse such crimes".

After this meeting all the participants were taken by the buses to the
memorial in Rumbula. It is very impressive and very simple. Instead of
the old stone there is a new one with the inscription:
" Along this road in November/ December 1941 Nazis
and their local collaborators drove to death in the Rumbula forest
thousands of Jews >from Riga ghetto prisoner..."
There were huge debates till the morning of November 29 on how to indicate
that the Latvians also participated here. The Latvian memorial commission
and the historian Ilga Kreituse were against stating the words "local
collaborators" as if it would be a reason for problems between the
nationalities and that is time to stop talking about it but this
inscription made by the Jewish community seems to be very appropriate
and it is good that the Jewish community had force enough to persuade this
commission.

>from the entrance there is a road in. Then are two stones more which are
made in the former of a gate (I do not remember the inscription as I have
made a picture). Then on the road are four places like mass graves 5x5
meters with one big stone on each. In the middle of the road is a place not
very big with small stones with inscription of the names and stones with
the ghetto street names. In the middle is a big menorah constructed like a
tree with roots.

Here in Rumbula was also our president Vaira Vike-Freiberga, who marked
these days of 30 November and 8 December as the black days in the Latvian
history and our task was to retain in memory the innocent victims and to
teach our children so as to ensure that nothing like that happens
again.
Among the speakers there were S. Springfield, President of the Latvian
Survivors in the USA, President of the Society of the Former Ghetto and
Concentration Camps Prisoner Alexander Bergman, new leader of the Jewish
community Arkady Sukharenko etc.


Connecticut vital records online #general

Renee Steinig <rsteinig@...>
 

John Rubin <jaru@ulster.net> asked about the contents of Connecticut
death records and whether they can be found online.

A detail index to Connecticut death records 1949-1996 appears on
Ancestry.com. It include dates and places of birth and death, father's
surname, occupation, and last address. Note that many libraries now offer
free access to Ancestry -- in the library or even >from home.

Renee

Renee Stern Steinig
Dix Hills (Long Island), New York
RSteinig@suffolk.lib.ny.us

MODERATOR NOTE: The Connecticut index is being posted as a
"one time only" mention for commercial resources.


Re: Boris/Berel #general

BetteJoy <bettejoy@...>
 

Regarding Boris/Berel, you are aware that our ancestors took poetic
license in transcribing Yiddish names into various other languages.
In my family the many Berels became Barry and Bernard.

Good luck in your research and Happy Chanukah.

Betty Provizer Starkman
Bloomfield Hills, MI
USA


Re: Ramat Gan local phone call help #general

Carlos Glikson
 

All I said >from Buenos Aires was " Help is needed with a preliminary local
phone call in Ramat Gan, Israel " and a short explanation.

11 minutes after my posting was mailed, the helpful JGenner in Israel
wrote " I'd be more than happy to make a phone call for you."

I will privately mail the details. I am posting this to avoid duplication
of efforts and to say

This is a wonderful group !

Carlos Glikson
Buenos Aires, Argentina
cglikson@ciudad.com.ar


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Connecticut vital records online #general

Renee Steinig <rsteinig@...>
 

John Rubin <jaru@ulster.net> asked about the contents of Connecticut
death records and whether they can be found online.

A detail index to Connecticut death records 1949-1996 appears on
Ancestry.com. It include dates and places of birth and death, father's
surname, occupation, and last address. Note that many libraries now offer
free access to Ancestry -- in the library or even >from home.

Renee

Renee Stern Steinig
Dix Hills (Long Island), New York
RSteinig@suffolk.lib.ny.us

MODERATOR NOTE: The Connecticut index is being posted as a
"one time only" mention for commercial resources.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Boris/Berel #general

BetteJoy <bettejoy@...>
 

Regarding Boris/Berel, you are aware that our ancestors took poetic
license in transcribing Yiddish names into various other languages.
In my family the many Berels became Barry and Bernard.

Good luck in your research and Happy Chanukah.

Betty Provizer Starkman
Bloomfield Hills, MI
USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen RE: Ramat Gan local phone call help #general

Carlos Glikson
 

All I said >from Buenos Aires was " Help is needed with a preliminary local
phone call in Ramat Gan, Israel " and a short explanation.

11 minutes after my posting was mailed, the helpful JGenner in Israel
wrote " I'd be more than happy to make a phone call for you."

I will privately mail the details. I am posting this to avoid duplication
of efforts and to say

This is a wonderful group !

Carlos Glikson
Buenos Aires, Argentina
cglikson@ciudad.com.ar


Re: Le Grand Armee #france

Goulnik, Yves {PBC~Basel}
 

Many branches of my MAYPER family have handed down the
following "surname origin" story:
...
A French genealogist who I wrote to recently feels that the
usage of "Mon Pere" is limited to conversations in which one
respectfully addresses a Catholic priest. Is this accurate?
absolutely (just like people say Doctor, and others still call
lawyers 'Maitre' ;-). but the whole story sounds apocryphal to
me. this lost soldier would have mistaken an elderly Jew for a
priest ?

Phonetically, the 'on' diphtong in 'Mon' is also very different
from the vowel in 'May'. The plural is much closer ('Mes Peres'
where 'mes' is identical to 'may' and the final 's' is not
pronounced). Phonetically identical and better still is 'mes pairs'
(my peers). A French officer could conceivably have spoken about
his peers.

Yv
Mulhouse, France


French SIG #France RE: Le Grand Armee #france

Goulnik, Yves {PBC~Basel}
 

Many branches of my MAYPER family have handed down the
following "surname origin" story:
...
A French genealogist who I wrote to recently feels that the
usage of "Mon Pere" is limited to conversations in which one
respectfully addresses a Catholic priest. Is this accurate?
absolutely (just like people say Doctor, and others still call
lawyers 'Maitre' ;-). but the whole story sounds apocryphal to
me. this lost soldier would have mistaken an elderly Jew for a
priest ?

Phonetically, the 'on' diphtong in 'Mon' is also very different
from the vowel in 'May'. The plural is much closer ('Mes Peres'
where 'mes' is identical to 'may' and the final 's' is not
pronounced). Phonetically identical and better still is 'mes pairs'
(my peers). A French officer could conceivably have spoken about
his peers.

Yv
Mulhouse, France


CRAMER from Cassel & NATHAN from Rendsburg #germany

Elsebeth Paikin
 

I would be grateful for any and all information regarding the following:

Regina (Gine) CRAMER / KRAMER / KRAEMER
born 23 July 1800 in Cassel, Germany married to:
Jacob NATHAN / NATHANSEN
born 8 July 1790 in Fredericia, Denmark
Three known children born in Randers, Denmark:
one stillborn 12 May 1833
Michael Jacob NATHAN/NATHANSEN born 6 Nov 1834, d. 19 Apr. 1849.
Moritz NATHAN/NATHANSEN born 29 Dec 1841

Besides Joseph Gerson NATAHN, the son of Regine's sister
Frederikke CRAMER/KRAMER and Gerson Jacob NATHAN of Rendsburg
was raised by Jacob and Regine in Randers.
Frederikke/Friederike and Gerson Jacob NATAHN had four more
known children:
Therese born 5 Jun 1830 in Rendsburg
Nathan born 28 Mar 1832 in Rendsburg
Moritz born 28 Dec 1833 in Rendsburg (might have moved to Denmark!)
Simon born 20 Apr 1836 in Rendsburg (might have moved to Denmark!)

A travel passport issued to dated 29 Jul 1818
Kistine (Kristine?) CRAMER 18 years old
- she is to travel via Hamburg to Fredericia on visit.

The problem is:
Is Kistine a twin sister of Regine?
Is this another sister of Regine and Frederikke?
Or could it be Frederikke (her second name?)

(It is not known when Frederikke was born.)

The marriage of Jacob NATHAN/NATHANSEN and Regine CRAMER
has not been found in Denmark, so perhaps they were married in Cassel.

Does anyone know if marriage records >from the period exist and where
to find them? Hopefully yours

Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark mailto:elsebeth@paikin.dk
Coordinator & webmaster of JewishGen's SCANDINAVIA SIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/scandinavia
http://home.worldonline.dk/~epaikin/


German SIG #Germany CRAMER from Cassel & NATHAN from Rendsburg #germany

Elsebeth Paikin
 

I would be grateful for any and all information regarding the following:

Regina (Gine) CRAMER / KRAMER / KRAEMER
born 23 July 1800 in Cassel, Germany married to:
Jacob NATHAN / NATHANSEN
born 8 July 1790 in Fredericia, Denmark
Three known children born in Randers, Denmark:
one stillborn 12 May 1833
Michael Jacob NATHAN/NATHANSEN born 6 Nov 1834, d. 19 Apr. 1849.
Moritz NATHAN/NATHANSEN born 29 Dec 1841

Besides Joseph Gerson NATAHN, the son of Regine's sister
Frederikke CRAMER/KRAMER and Gerson Jacob NATHAN of Rendsburg
was raised by Jacob and Regine in Randers.
Frederikke/Friederike and Gerson Jacob NATAHN had four more
known children:
Therese born 5 Jun 1830 in Rendsburg
Nathan born 28 Mar 1832 in Rendsburg
Moritz born 28 Dec 1833 in Rendsburg (might have moved to Denmark!)
Simon born 20 Apr 1836 in Rendsburg (might have moved to Denmark!)

A travel passport issued to dated 29 Jul 1818
Kistine (Kristine?) CRAMER 18 years old
- she is to travel via Hamburg to Fredericia on visit.

The problem is:
Is Kistine a twin sister of Regine?
Is this another sister of Regine and Frederikke?
Or could it be Frederikke (her second name?)

(It is not known when Frederikke was born.)

The marriage of Jacob NATHAN/NATHANSEN and Regine CRAMER
has not been found in Denmark, so perhaps they were married in Cassel.

Does anyone know if marriage records >from the period exist and where
to find them? Hopefully yours

Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark mailto:elsebeth@paikin.dk
Coordinator & webmaster of JewishGen's SCANDINAVIA SIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/scandinavia
http://home.worldonline.dk/~epaikin/


SITE CITE- Disenfranchised Jewish Lawyers in Bavaria #germany

H.Peter Sinclair <peter@...>
 

There is a most interesting new website available at:

<http://home.t-online.de/home/RIJONUE/anwalt01.htm>

listing the individual names of all Jewish lawyers who were barred
from practicing their profession by law after 1st December 1938 in:
Augsburg Aschaffenburg Bamberg Bayreuth Coburg Wuerzburg
Regensburg Nuremberg Nuremberg-Fuerth and Munich
[all in Bavaria and most in the Franken / Franconia region MOD]

H. Peter Sinclair London UK <peter@thesinclairs.co.uk>

MODERATOR NOTE: Peter Sinclair's father was among the victims of this
particular persecution. His barbaric treatment by NS thugs received
worldwide attention when a wirephoto of the incident was published
in newspapers around the world. This lawyer was beaten after he
attempted to defend clients who were being persecuted by the Nazis.


German SIG #Germany SITE CITE- Disenfranchised Jewish Lawyers in Bavaria #germany

H.Peter Sinclair <peter@...>
 

There is a most interesting new website available at:

<http://home.t-online.de/home/RIJONUE/anwalt01.htm>

listing the individual names of all Jewish lawyers who were barred
from practicing their profession by law after 1st December 1938 in:
Augsburg Aschaffenburg Bamberg Bayreuth Coburg Wuerzburg
Regensburg Nuremberg Nuremberg-Fuerth and Munich
[all in Bavaria and most in the Franken / Franconia region MOD]

H. Peter Sinclair London UK <peter@thesinclairs.co.uk>

MODERATOR NOTE: Peter Sinclair's father was among the victims of this
particular persecution. His barbaric treatment by NS thugs received
worldwide attention when a wirephoto of the incident was published
in newspapers around the world. This lawyer was beaten after he
attempted to defend clients who were being persecuted by the Nazis.


State Archives assistance #belarus

Merv & Naomi Barnett
 

Hello List

In response to Dave Fox's request I'd like to mention my experiences.

On 25 June 2002 I wrote to the Grodno ZAGS Archives asking for death
certificates for my grandparents. I had dates of death (December 1936
and February 1938). I asked if the records were available and how much
it would cost. I asked what currency they accepted and what form of
payment was suitable. I also forwarded a fax and email address.

In early September I received a letter >from the Australian Embassy in
Moscow enclosing the death certificate for my grandmother (December
1936), a letter stating no record could be found for my grandfather
(February 1938). These were all in Russian. There was a covering
letter in English >from a Consular Official together with an email
address (to which I sent a major thank you). No mention was made of any
charges!!!

Naomi Barnett
Melbourne, Australia

--
mailto:barnett@netspace.net.au


Reccomended Belarus researcher #belarus

jack blagman <jackbee21@...>
 

Dear Genners:

I had some recent success and good experiences with a East European
researcher for Belarus . I received information in a timely manner plus
copies of original documents, sources etc. If any members are interested in
his name, details, etc. you may contact me privately I think the effort
was diligent and responsible but obviously experiences may vary,

Jack Blagman
Mission Viejo, CA.


Belarus SIG #Belarus State Archives assistance #belarus

Merv & Naomi Barnett
 

Hello List

In response to Dave Fox's request I'd like to mention my experiences.

On 25 June 2002 I wrote to the Grodno ZAGS Archives asking for death
certificates for my grandparents. I had dates of death (December 1936
and February 1938). I asked if the records were available and how much
it would cost. I asked what currency they accepted and what form of
payment was suitable. I also forwarded a fax and email address.

In early September I received a letter >from the Australian Embassy in
Moscow enclosing the death certificate for my grandmother (December
1936), a letter stating no record could be found for my grandfather
(February 1938). These were all in Russian. There was a covering
letter in English >from a Consular Official together with an email
address (to which I sent a major thank you). No mention was made of any
charges!!!

Naomi Barnett
Melbourne, Australia

--
mailto:barnett@netspace.net.au


Belarus SIG #Belarus Reccomended Belarus researcher #belarus

jack blagman <jackbee21@...>
 

Dear Genners:

I had some recent success and good experiences with a East European
researcher for Belarus . I received information in a timely manner plus
copies of original documents, sources etc. If any members are interested in
his name, details, etc. you may contact me privately I think the effort
was diligent and responsible but obviously experiences may vary,

Jack Blagman
Mission Viejo, CA.


Re: Msciwuje camp? =Myslowice camp? jri-pl digest: December 01, 2002 #poland

Jurek Hirschberg <jurek@...>
 

Myslowice is a small town in Upper Silesia, now in Southern Poland.
Myslowice is not identical with Msciwuje which is (was?) in Northern
Poland.

See Kolno Yizkor book http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Kolno/kol379.html,
there is a mention of the execution of Jews in Msciwuje/Maschtshevoya,
in 1941. Maschtshevoya is a misch-masch of German and English spelling,
which unfortunately seems to be the standard in a great number of
JewishGen postings. Perhaps you will be able to find some materials on
the Internet if you modify the spelling (Maschtschewoja, Maschtschewoya,
Mashchevoya, Maszczewoja etc).

Otherwise there is a mumber of postings of the same Polish article
listing German documents related to the Jedwabne massacre, e.g.
http://www.naszawitryna.pl/jedwabne_494.html. It mentions that 4.000
Jews were shot in Msciwuje near Lomza in 1941. Kolno is close to Lomza.
I am sure you will be able to find Msciwuje if you look up a map of
Northern Poland that is detailed enough.

This doesn't answer the question whether there was a concentration camp
or not. As far as I can see, the listing of concentrations camps
http://www.us-israel.org/jsource/Holocaust/cclist.html referred to by
Mrs. Fatouros doesn't mention Msciwuje.

Regards,

Jurek Hirschberg
Stockholm
jurek@hirschberg.se

Hirschberg, Goliger (Tarnopol)
Bernstein, Rosenzweig, Podhorcer, Steinbok, Perlmutter (Skalat)

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Sent: den 3 december 2002 16:57
To: JRI-Poland
Cc: NFatouros@aol.com
Subject: [jri-pl] Re: Msciwuje camp? =Myslowice camp? jri-pl digest:
December 01, 2002


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In a message dated 12/2/02 Jan Miesels Allen
(janmallen@worldnet.att.net)
wrote:

<< Have you ever heard of the Msciwuje Camp? A person I met in
Stawiski, Poland last year wrote to me and told me that during WW II
the Germans expelled many Jews >from Stawiski to the camp Msciwuje (
those that survived the massacre on July 18, 1941 of 700 Jews). I have
not been able to find any reference to this camp. The person may have
misspelled the name of the camp. Any assistance in locating the Camp
would be appreciated.>>


I found an entry for a "Msylowice labor camp on p. 562 of "The Holocaust

Chronicle,"Publications International, Ltd. 2001. It provided 1300
slaves
who worked in the Furstengrube coal mines. But of course, I don't know
for
sure whether this camp's name is a close enough match for "Msciwuje."

But Ms. Allen might want to go very slowly down the long list of camps
at:

http://www.us-israel.org/jsource/Holocaust/cclist.html

to see whether she can find a closer match.


Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com
Researching: BELKOWSKY and BIELKOWSKY, Odessa and Berdichev;ROTHSTEIN,
Kremenchug; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SCHUTZ, RETTIG, WAHL, Shcherets; LEVY,
Mulhouse;
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and
Kharkov; WOLPIANSKY, Ostryna.

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WANIEWITZ/VANIEVITSCH from Zelechow #poland

Elsebeth Paikin
 

Isaac WANIEWITZ born ca. 1873 in Zelechow, Poland,
married to Liebe Lea NACHMAN born 19-9-1870 in Poland
and their children:
Alter Benzion born 8 Nov 1894 in Zelechow
Sosia/Soche/Sonja born ca. 1896 in Zelechow
Chaim Jankel born ca. 1898 in Zelechow
Rivka in Zelechow
Malka/Martha born 20-3-1907 in Zelechow
Sura/Sara born ca. 1910 in Zelechow
and Isaac's brother:
Jacob (Jankel) WANIEWITZ born in Zelechow
married to Zirla EISENSTARCK
and their children:
Daniel Nusyn born ca. 1899 in Zelechow
Chaim born 1908 in Warsaw
Rivka born 1909 in Zelechow

came to Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1912/-13

(Jacob and Zirla's other known children:
Paula married RITZ,
Rachel married KRASNIK and
Sara married FAINBERG)

Isaac and Jacob WANIEWITZ siblings who presumably stayed in
Poland are:

Lea - married BOROWSKY and FRENKEL,
Max Mendel (died in Auschwitz) and
Berl (immigrated to Israel)

Other WANIEWITZs:

Jacob Jankel WANIEWITZ born ca. 1877 in Zelechow
married to Sara BORNSTEIN
Children:
Felix (one known daughter: ANNA married RUBEN)
married to Lea KEMPINSKI
Children:
Hirsch - immigrated to the USA

Any and all information about these or other WANIEWITZs
will be greatly appreciated.

Best wishes

---------------------------------------
Elsebeth Paikin, Copenhagen, Denmark
Coordinator & webmaster of JewishGen's
SCANDINAVIA SIG
http://www.jewishgen.org/scandinavia
http://home.worldonline.dk/~epaikin/
mailto:elsebeth@paikin.dk
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