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Re: Itte Beila & Her Possible Brothers #general

davestra@ymail.com <davestra@...>
 

I don't know if you've already done this, but I would try to obtain
Samuel BROD's death certificate. Hopefully it will list his parents
given names. If they match the parents names on Bertha's death certificate,
you will be all-but-certain Samuel and Bertha were siblings (since you
also have other evidence of this). If you can nail down that they were
siblings, then maybe researching Samuel in more detail will turn up
useful info for you about the family back in Europe (e.g. his US
draft registrations or naturalization records, if you haven't already
found them).

I would also ask myself how I know for sure that the 1932 passenger
manifest (showing Bertha going back to Europe) is actually the right Bertha.
Maybe it is indeed the right Bertha, but I would want to re-check exactly
how I know this. For me, it sometimes helps to write things out. I may
have missed something in your post, or you may have already done these things.

Dave Strausfeld


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re: Itte Beila & Her Possible Brothers #general

davestra@ymail.com <davestra@...>
 

I don't know if you've already done this, but I would try to obtain
Samuel BROD's death certificate. Hopefully it will list his parents
given names. If they match the parents names on Bertha's death certificate,
you will be all-but-certain Samuel and Bertha were siblings (since you
also have other evidence of this). If you can nail down that they were
siblings, then maybe researching Samuel in more detail will turn up
useful info for you about the family back in Europe (e.g. his US
draft registrations or naturalization records, if you haven't already
found them).

I would also ask myself how I know for sure that the 1932 passenger
manifest (showing Bertha going back to Europe) is actually the right Bertha.
Maybe it is indeed the right Bertha, but I would want to re-check exactly
how I know this. For me, it sometimes helps to write things out. I may
have missed something in your post, or you may have already done these things.

Dave Strausfeld


More Translations of Yizkor Books Available #lithuania

Donald & Sandra Hirschhorn <sdh2381@...>
 

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen, Inc. is pleased
to announce the publication of the following five books which were
translated >from either Hebrew or Yiddish by JewishGen's volunteers.
All of the books are available in hard cover, approximately 8.5" by
11" and can be purchased >from online booksellers, frequently at
discounted prices. All contain many photos and images. To see all
our publications and to learn more about the project, please go to
jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html .

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL BOOK) OF LYUBCHA AND DELYATICHI (Belarus)
Published in Haifa, Israel, 1971 Translation Project Coordinator: Ann
Belinsky

The Lyubcha and Delyatichi (Lubtch and Delatitch) Memorial Book is the
English translation of the Yizkor (Memorial) Book published in 1971 by
survivors and former residents of these towns, situated in present-day
Belarus. There are many alternate names for these towns.

442 pages. List price: $52.95 Available on Amazon for around $39,
___

KORCZYNA MEMORIAL BOOK (Korczyna, Poland)
Project Coordinator and Translator: William Leibner
Editor: Phyllis Kramer
Original Yiddish Book edited by
Morris Zucker and Isaac Wasserstrom
New York, 1967

Most of the survivors faced many daily problems of
survival, yet took time out to tell their sad experiences. Their stories
revived Jewish Korczyn. As one reads the stories, one can feel the great
nostalgia that the authors feel for the little place in Galicia that is no
longer.

310 pages, including new lists of residents compiled recently.
List $49.95. At Amazon about $36
___

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL) BOOK OF HORODENKA, UKRAINE
(Translation of Sefer Horodenka)
Original Yizkor Book? Edited by: Shimon Meltzer
Published in Tel Aviv, 1963
558 pages.
The rich Jewish culture that developed in the town is well described. It
all came to an end in June
1941, when the Nazis invaded Russian territory; according to reliable
evidence about 3,000 adults and children were murdered in 1941 and 1942 in
three “Actions.” 558 pages. List: $51.95 At Amazon for $41.
___

DROHITCHIN MEMORIAL (YIZKOR) BOOK 500 YEARS OF JEWISH LIFE
Drohitchin Finf Hundert Yor Yidish Lebn
Original Edited by: Dov Warshawsky, Book Committee Drohiczyn Originally
Published in Yiddish in Chicago, 1958
Florence Schumacher, Print Editor

This book is both history and memoir, including poetry, tributes, and a
necrology of Shoah victims >from Drahichyn and nearby towns murdered in the
two massacres there on July 25 and October 15, 1942. Former residents and
descendants contributed first-hand accounts to this heart-wrenching book>
736 pages. List $64.95 At Amazon for around $47.
___

YAMPOL MEMORIAL BOOK (Yampol, Ukraine)
Originally written in Hebrew and Yiddish in 1963.

Translation >from Hebrew of Ayara be-lehavot; Pinkas
Yampola, Pelekh Volyn- A City in Flames. It tells of the destroyed Jewish
Community of Yampol, Ukraine, written by the former residents who survived
the Holocaust or emigrated before the war.
Unlike the previous books, three version of the Yampol book are available,
all with identical content:

Hardcover version List Price: $41.95 Available on Amazon for around $32.
Student Edition (paperback) $14.99
Researcher Edition (e-book) $6.99

Sandra Hirschhorn, Publicity Specialist
sdh2381@...


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania More Translations of Yizkor Books Available #lithuania

Donald & Sandra Hirschhorn <sdh2381@...>
 

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen, Inc. is pleased
to announce the publication of the following five books which were
translated >from either Hebrew or Yiddish by JewishGen's volunteers.
All of the books are available in hard cover, approximately 8.5" by
11" and can be purchased >from online booksellers, frequently at
discounted prices. All contain many photos and images. To see all
our publications and to learn more about the project, please go to
jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html .

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL BOOK) OF LYUBCHA AND DELYATICHI (Belarus)
Published in Haifa, Israel, 1971 Translation Project Coordinator: Ann
Belinsky

The Lyubcha and Delyatichi (Lubtch and Delatitch) Memorial Book is the
English translation of the Yizkor (Memorial) Book published in 1971 by
survivors and former residents of these towns, situated in present-day
Belarus. There are many alternate names for these towns.

442 pages. List price: $52.95 Available on Amazon for around $39,
___

KORCZYNA MEMORIAL BOOK (Korczyna, Poland)
Project Coordinator and Translator: William Leibner
Editor: Phyllis Kramer
Original Yiddish Book edited by
Morris Zucker and Isaac Wasserstrom
New York, 1967

Most of the survivors faced many daily problems of
survival, yet took time out to tell their sad experiences. Their stories
revived Jewish Korczyn. As one reads the stories, one can feel the great
nostalgia that the authors feel for the little place in Galicia that is no
longer.

310 pages, including new lists of residents compiled recently.
List $49.95. At Amazon about $36
___

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL) BOOK OF HORODENKA, UKRAINE
(Translation of Sefer Horodenka)
Original Yizkor Book? Edited by: Shimon Meltzer
Published in Tel Aviv, 1963
558 pages.
The rich Jewish culture that developed in the town is well described. It
all came to an end in June
1941, when the Nazis invaded Russian territory; according to reliable
evidence about 3,000 adults and children were murdered in 1941 and 1942 in
three “Actions.” 558 pages. List: $51.95 At Amazon for $41.
___

DROHITCHIN MEMORIAL (YIZKOR) BOOK 500 YEARS OF JEWISH LIFE
Drohitchin Finf Hundert Yor Yidish Lebn
Original Edited by: Dov Warshawsky, Book Committee Drohiczyn Originally
Published in Yiddish in Chicago, 1958
Florence Schumacher, Print Editor

This book is both history and memoir, including poetry, tributes, and a
necrology of Shoah victims >from Drahichyn and nearby towns murdered in the
two massacres there on July 25 and October 15, 1942. Former residents and
descendants contributed first-hand accounts to this heart-wrenching book>
736 pages. List $64.95 At Amazon for around $47.
___

YAMPOL MEMORIAL BOOK (Yampol, Ukraine)
Originally written in Hebrew and Yiddish in 1963.

Translation >from Hebrew of Ayara be-lehavot; Pinkas
Yampola, Pelekh Volyn- A City in Flames. It tells of the destroyed Jewish
Community of Yampol, Ukraine, written by the former residents who survived
the Holocaust or emigrated before the war.
Unlike the previous books, three version of the Yampol book are available,
all with identical content:

Hardcover version List Price: $41.95 Available on Amazon for around $32.
Student Edition (paperback) $14.99
Researcher Edition (e-book) $6.99

Sandra Hirschhorn, Publicity Specialist
sdh2381@...


More Translations of Yizkor Books Available #romania

Donald & Sandra Hirschhorn <sdh2381@...>
 

Dear Fellow Genners,

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen, Inc. is pleased
to announce the publication of the following five books which were
translated >from either Hebrew or Yiddish by JewishGen's volunteers.
All of the books are available in hard cover, approximately 8.5" by
11" and can be purchased >from online booksellers, frequently at
discounted prices. All contain many photos and images. To see all
our publications and to learn more about the project, please go to
jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html .

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL BOOK) OF LYUBCHA AND DELYATICHI (Belarus)
Published in Haifa, Israel, 1971 Translation Project Coordinator: Ann
Belinsky

The Lyubcha and Delyatichi (Lubtch and Delatitch) Memorial Book is the
English translation of the Yizkor (Memorial) Book published in 1971 by
survivors and former residents of these towns, situated in present-day
Belarus. There are many alternate names for these towns.

442 pages. List price: $52.95 Available on Amazon for around $39,
___

KORCZYNA MEMORIAL BOOK (Korczyna, Poland)
Project Coordinator and Translator: William Leibner
Editor: Phyllis Kramer
Original Yiddish Book edited by
Morris Zucker and Isaac Wasserstrom
New York, 1967

Most of the survivors faced many daily problems of
survival, yet took time out to tell their sad experiences. Their stories
revived Jewish Korczyn. As one reads the stories, one can feel the great
nostalgia that the authors feel for the little place in Galicia that is no
longer.

310 pages, including new lists of residents compiled recently.
List $49.95. At Amazon about $36
___

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL) BOOK OF HORODENKA, UKRAINE
(Translation of Sefer Horodenka)
Original Yizkor Book? Edited by: Shimon Meltzer
Published in Tel Aviv, 1963
558 pages.
The rich Jewish culture that developed in the town is well described. It
all came to an end in June
1941, when the Nazis invaded Russian territory; according to reliable
evidence about 3,000 adults and children were murdered in 1941 and 1942 in
three “Actions.” 558 pages. List: $51.95 At Amazon for $41.
___

DROHITCHIN MEMORIAL (YIZKOR) BOOK 500 YEARS OF JEWISH LIFE
Drohitchin Finf Hundert Yor Yidish Lebn
Original Edited by: Dov Warshawsky, Book Committee Drohiczyn Originally
Published in Yiddish in Chicago, 1958
Florence Schumacher, Print Editor

This book is both history and memoir, including poetry, tributes, and a
necrology of Shoah victims >from Drahichyn and nearby towns murdered in the
two massacres there on July 25 and October 15, 1942. Former residents and
descendants contributed first-hand accounts to this heart-wrenching book>
736 pages. List $64.95 At Amazon for around $47.
___

YAMPOL MEMORIAL BOOK (Yampol, Ukraine)
Originally written in Hebrew and Yiddish in 1963.

Translation >from Hebrew of Ayara be-lehavot; Pinkas
Yampola, Pelekh Volyn- A City in Flames. It tells of the destroyed Jewish
Community of Yampol, Ukraine, written by the former residents who survived
the Holocaust or emigrated before the war.
Unlike the previous books, three version of the Yampol book are available,
all with identical content:

Hardcover version List Price: $41.95 Available on Amazon for around $32.
Student Edition (paperback) $14.99
Researcher Edition (e-book) $6.99

Sandra Hirschhorn, Publicity Specialist
sdh2381@...


Romania SIG #Romania More Translations of Yizkor Books Available #romania

Donald & Sandra Hirschhorn <sdh2381@...>
 

Dear Fellow Genners,

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen, Inc. is pleased
to announce the publication of the following five books which were
translated >from either Hebrew or Yiddish by JewishGen's volunteers.
All of the books are available in hard cover, approximately 8.5" by
11" and can be purchased >from online booksellers, frequently at
discounted prices. All contain many photos and images. To see all
our publications and to learn more about the project, please go to
jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html .

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL BOOK) OF LYUBCHA AND DELYATICHI (Belarus)
Published in Haifa, Israel, 1971 Translation Project Coordinator: Ann
Belinsky

The Lyubcha and Delyatichi (Lubtch and Delatitch) Memorial Book is the
English translation of the Yizkor (Memorial) Book published in 1971 by
survivors and former residents of these towns, situated in present-day
Belarus. There are many alternate names for these towns.

442 pages. List price: $52.95 Available on Amazon for around $39,
___

KORCZYNA MEMORIAL BOOK (Korczyna, Poland)
Project Coordinator and Translator: William Leibner
Editor: Phyllis Kramer
Original Yiddish Book edited by
Morris Zucker and Isaac Wasserstrom
New York, 1967

Most of the survivors faced many daily problems of
survival, yet took time out to tell their sad experiences. Their stories
revived Jewish Korczyn. As one reads the stories, one can feel the great
nostalgia that the authors feel for the little place in Galicia that is no
longer.

310 pages, including new lists of residents compiled recently.
List $49.95. At Amazon about $36
___

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL) BOOK OF HORODENKA, UKRAINE
(Translation of Sefer Horodenka)
Original Yizkor Book? Edited by: Shimon Meltzer
Published in Tel Aviv, 1963
558 pages.
The rich Jewish culture that developed in the town is well described. It
all came to an end in June
1941, when the Nazis invaded Russian territory; according to reliable
evidence about 3,000 adults and children were murdered in 1941 and 1942 in
three “Actions.” 558 pages. List: $51.95 At Amazon for $41.
___

DROHITCHIN MEMORIAL (YIZKOR) BOOK 500 YEARS OF JEWISH LIFE
Drohitchin Finf Hundert Yor Yidish Lebn
Original Edited by: Dov Warshawsky, Book Committee Drohiczyn Originally
Published in Yiddish in Chicago, 1958
Florence Schumacher, Print Editor

This book is both history and memoir, including poetry, tributes, and a
necrology of Shoah victims >from Drahichyn and nearby towns murdered in the
two massacres there on July 25 and October 15, 1942. Former residents and
descendants contributed first-hand accounts to this heart-wrenching book>
736 pages. List $64.95 At Amazon for around $47.
___

YAMPOL MEMORIAL BOOK (Yampol, Ukraine)
Originally written in Hebrew and Yiddish in 1963.

Translation >from Hebrew of Ayara be-lehavot; Pinkas
Yampola, Pelekh Volyn- A City in Flames. It tells of the destroyed Jewish
Community of Yampol, Ukraine, written by the former residents who survived
the Holocaust or emigrated before the war.
Unlike the previous books, three version of the Yampol book are available,
all with identical content:

Hardcover version List Price: $41.95 Available on Amazon for around $32.
Student Edition (paperback) $14.99
Researcher Edition (e-book) $6.99

Sandra Hirschhorn, Publicity Specialist
sdh2381@...


Re: ViewMate; resolving NYC Record Conflict related to Tovste, Ukraine #galicia

Stephen Weinstein
 

The only reliable information in death records is the approximate date
and place of death. All other genealogical information is based on the
recollection of a surviving relative, and is frequently no more than a
wild guess, especially maiden names and names of parents. If you find
contradictory information elsewhere, believe the older record and
assume the death record is wrong.

Stephen Weinstein
stephenweinstein@...
Camarillo, CA 93010

Moishe Miller <moishe.miller@...> wrote:

... I have found a conflict in the maternal maiden names of both a
bride and groom, between the marriage record in 1902 and the
death records in 1934 and 1945...


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re: ViewMate; resolving NYC Record Conflict related to Tovste, Ukraine #galicia

Stephen Weinstein
 

The only reliable information in death records is the approximate date
and place of death. All other genealogical information is based on the
recollection of a surviving relative, and is frequently no more than a
wild guess, especially maiden names and names of parents. If you find
contradictory information elsewhere, believe the older record and
assume the death record is wrong.

Stephen Weinstein
stephenweinstein@...
Camarillo, CA 93010

Moishe Miller <moishe.miller@...> wrote:

... I have found a conflict in the maternal maiden names of both a
bride and groom, between the marriage record in 1902 and the
death records in 1934 and 1945...


Re: warszawa digest: April 14, 2014 #warsaw #poland

rbaranlaw@...
 

I would appreciate an update on progress getting access to warsaw 1900-1910 v=
ital records >from all sources. If someone could address each source separat=
ely that would be great.=20
Thanks very much. =20
Roma Baran=20


Subject: Nasz Przeglad Project Updates
From: lipsius@...
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2014 16:16:18 -0400
X-Message-Number: 1
=20
In lieu of the availability of 20th century Warszawa vital records, the
Warszawa Research Group is currently indexing the death notices and
memorial service notices >from the Polish-language Jewish periodical Nasz P=
rzeglad
("Our Review"). Nasz Przeglad was a Polish-language Zionist newspaper, pub=
lished daily
in Warszawa >from March 1923 until August 1939.=20
=20
The vast majority of the death notices are for Warszawa residents.
However, there were also notices for people in other cities in Poland, as w=
ell as
in other countries. It is believed that the out-of-country notices were
usually for people whose original residence was Warszawa, or who had
family living in Warszawa at the time that the notice was published.
Out-of-country notices were published for people living in places such as
the United States, Palestine, Sweden and Canada.
=20
The Database was recently updated and the database now covers the
following years 1923-1927, 1929-1931, 1937-1938.
=20
=20
Best of luck in your search.
=20
Hadassah Lipsius
Kew Gardens Hills, NY, USA
=20
=20
----------------------------------------------------------------------
=20
Subject: help with letterhead
From: eli.fry@...
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2014 17:09:37 +1000
X-Message-Number: 2
=20
Hi,
=20
My uncle Isaak Rapoport has the qualification of =D7=94=D7=A8=D7=91 =D7=93=
'=D7=A8 ( Rabbi Dr. )=20
before his name on his letterhead.
My uncle was >from Warsaw, and the letter was sent in 1939.
=20
Would anybody know where he could have received this qualification?
=20
Many thanks,
=20
Eli Fryher
( Melbourne, Australia )
=20
=20
=20
---
=20
END OF DIGEST
=20
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Yiddish Theatre Roles & Plays - Short Yiddish Translation needed #warsaw #poland

Connie Fisher Newhan
 

Dear All,

My grandmother Liza BARSKA FISCHER/FISZER was an actress in the Yiddish
Theatre in Poland. I have ten photos of her >from various roles and plays.
On the back of each photo is a short (several words at most) inscription. I
wonder if it might be the name of the play or her part. Any help with a
translation would be deeply appreciated. I have five now on ViewMate.

They are on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33245
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33246
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33247
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33248
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33249


Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.


Best Regards,
Connie Fisher Newhan (#1272)
California, USA
FISHER/FISCHER/FISZER, FISZEL (Warszawa& Bedzin, Poland),S(Z)PRINGER,
KOKOTEK, HERSZLIKOWICZ, HAMBURGER (Bedzin, Lagiza, Zarki, Poland), GERSTEN
(Obertyn, Galacia) BARSKA/BARSKY/BARSKIY(Odessa), GOLDBERG (Sokolka?), FELDMAN
(Veliuona,Kaunas), CAHN (Koln), FRIEDSAM (Bodendorf, Coln? Germany,
Pittsburgh, PA), NEWHAN/NEUHAN/NEUHAHN (Hesse Cassel, Meimbressen, Germany,
Baltimore, MD), BOHORODCZANER (Potok Zloty, Ukraine), LEVINE, BLUM, ROTH,
ROCKOVITZ, ABRAMS, RABINOWITZ


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Re: warszawa digest: April 14, 2014 #warsaw #poland

rbaranlaw@...
 

I would appreciate an update on progress getting access to warsaw 1900-1910 v=
ital records >from all sources. If someone could address each source separat=
ely that would be great.=20
Thanks very much. =20
Roma Baran=20


Subject: Nasz Przeglad Project Updates
From: lipsius@...
Date: Mon, 14 Apr 2014 16:16:18 -0400
X-Message-Number: 1
=20
In lieu of the availability of 20th century Warszawa vital records, the
Warszawa Research Group is currently indexing the death notices and
memorial service notices >from the Polish-language Jewish periodical Nasz P=
rzeglad
("Our Review"). Nasz Przeglad was a Polish-language Zionist newspaper, pub=
lished daily
in Warszawa >from March 1923 until August 1939.=20
=20
The vast majority of the death notices are for Warszawa residents.
However, there were also notices for people in other cities in Poland, as w=
ell as
in other countries. It is believed that the out-of-country notices were
usually for people whose original residence was Warszawa, or who had
family living in Warszawa at the time that the notice was published.
Out-of-country notices were published for people living in places such as
the United States, Palestine, Sweden and Canada.
=20
The Database was recently updated and the database now covers the
following years 1923-1927, 1929-1931, 1937-1938.
=20
=20
Best of luck in your search.
=20
Hadassah Lipsius
Kew Gardens Hills, NY, USA
=20
=20
----------------------------------------------------------------------
=20
Subject: help with letterhead
From: eli.fry@...
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2014 17:09:37 +1000
X-Message-Number: 2
=20
Hi,
=20
My uncle Isaak Rapoport has the qualification of =D7=94=D7=A8=D7=91 =D7=93=
'=D7=A8 ( Rabbi Dr. )=20
before his name on his letterhead.
My uncle was >from Warsaw, and the letter was sent in 1939.
=20
Would anybody know where he could have received this qualification?
=20
Many thanks,
=20
Eli Fryher
( Melbourne, Australia )
=20
=20
=20
---
=20
END OF DIGEST
=20
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
This Research Group (warszawa@...) is hosted by
JewishGen: The Home of Jewish Genealogy
Visit our home page at http://www.jewishgen.org
=20
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Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland Yiddish Theatre Roles & Plays - Short Yiddish Translation needed #poland #warsaw

Connie Fisher Newhan
 

Dear All,

My grandmother Liza BARSKA FISCHER/FISZER was an actress in the Yiddish
Theatre in Poland. I have ten photos of her >from various roles and plays.
On the back of each photo is a short (several words at most) inscription. I
wonder if it might be the name of the play or her part. Any help with a
translation would be deeply appreciated. I have five now on ViewMate.

They are on ViewMate at the following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33245
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33246
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33247
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33248
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM33249


Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.


Best Regards,
Connie Fisher Newhan (#1272)
California, USA
FISHER/FISCHER/FISZER, FISZEL (Warszawa& Bedzin, Poland),S(Z)PRINGER,
KOKOTEK, HERSZLIKOWICZ, HAMBURGER (Bedzin, Lagiza, Zarki, Poland), GERSTEN
(Obertyn, Galacia) BARSKA/BARSKY/BARSKIY(Odessa), GOLDBERG (Sokolka?), FELDMAN
(Veliuona,Kaunas), CAHN (Koln), FRIEDSAM (Bodendorf, Coln? Germany,
Pittsburgh, PA), NEWHAN/NEUHAN/NEUHAHN (Hesse Cassel, Meimbressen, Germany,
Baltimore, MD), BOHORODCZANER (Potok Zloty, Ukraine), LEVINE, BLUM, ROTH,
ROCKOVITZ, ABRAMS, RABINOWITZ


More Translations of Yizkor Books Available #poland #warsaw

Donald & Sandra Hirschhorn <sdh2381@...>
 

Dear Fellow Genners,

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen, Inc. is pleased
to announce the publication of the following five books which were
translated >from either Hebrew or Yiddish by JewishGen's volunteers.
All of the books are available in hard cover, approximately 8.5" by
11" and can be purchased >from online booksellers, frequently at
discounted prices. All contain many photos and images. To see all
our publications and to learn more about the project, please go to
jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html .

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL BOOK) OF LYUBCHA AND DELYATICHI (Belarus)
Published in Haifa, Israel, 1971 Translation Project Coordinator: Ann
Belinsky

The Lyubcha and Delyatichi (Lubtch and Delatitch) Memorial Book is the
English translation of the Yizkor (Memorial) Book published in 1971 by
survivors and former residents of these towns, situated in present-day
Belarus. There are many alternate names for these towns.

442 pages. List price: $52.95 Available on Amazon for around $39,
___

KORCZYNA MEMORIAL BOOK (Korczyna, Poland)
Project Coordinator and Translator: William Leibner
Editor: Phyllis Kramer
Original Yiddish Book edited by
Morris Zucker and Isaac Wasserstrom
New York, 1967

Most of the survivors faced many daily problems of
survival, yet took time out to tell their sad experiences. Their stories
revived Jewish Korczyn. As one reads the stories, one can feel the great
nostalgia that the authors feel for the little place in Galicia that is no
longer.

310 pages, including new lists of residents compiled recently.
List $49.95. At Amazon about $36
___

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL) BOOK OF HORODENKA, UKRAINE
(Translation of Sefer Horodenka)
Original Yizkor Book? Edited by: Shimon Meltzer
Published in Tel Aviv, 1963
558 pages.
The rich Jewish culture that developed in the town is well described. It
all came to an end in June
1941, when the Nazis invaded Russian territory; according to reliable
evidence about 3,000 adults and children were murdered in 1941 and 1942 in
three “Actions.” 558 pages. List: $51.95 At Amazon for $41.
___

DROHITCHIN MEMORIAL (YIZKOR) BOOK 500 YEARS OF JEWISH LIFE
Drohitchin Finf Hundert Yor Yidish Lebn
Original Edited by: Dov Warshawsky, Book Committee Drohiczyn Originally
Published in Yiddish in Chicago, 1958
Florence Schumacher, Print Editor

This book is both history and memoir, including poetry, tributes, and a
necrology of Shoah victims >from Drahichyn and nearby towns murdered in the
two massacres there on July 25 and October 15, 1942. Former residents and
descendants contributed first-hand accounts to this heart-wrenching book>
736 pages. List $64.95 At Amazon for around $47.
___

YAMPOL MEMORIAL BOOK (Yampol, Ukraine)
Originally written in Hebrew and Yiddish in 1963.

Translation >from Hebrew of Ayara be-lehavot; Pinkas
Yampola, Pelekh Volyn- A City in Flames. It tells of the destroyed Jewish
Community of Yampol, Ukraine, written by the former residents who survived
the Holocaust or emigrated before the war.
Unlike the previous books, three version of the Yampol book are available,
all with identical content:

Hardcover version List Price: $41.95 Available on Amazon for around $32.
Student Edition (paperback) $14.99
Researcher Edition (e-book) $6.99

Sandra Hirschhorn, Publicity Specialist
sdh2381@...


Warszawa Research Group #Warsaw #Poland More Translations of Yizkor Books Available #warsaw #poland

Donald & Sandra Hirschhorn <sdh2381@...>
 

Dear Fellow Genners,

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen, Inc. is pleased
to announce the publication of the following five books which were
translated >from either Hebrew or Yiddish by JewishGen's volunteers.
All of the books are available in hard cover, approximately 8.5" by
11" and can be purchased >from online booksellers, frequently at
discounted prices. All contain many photos and images. To see all
our publications and to learn more about the project, please go to
jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html .

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL BOOK) OF LYUBCHA AND DELYATICHI (Belarus)
Published in Haifa, Israel, 1971 Translation Project Coordinator: Ann
Belinsky

The Lyubcha and Delyatichi (Lubtch and Delatitch) Memorial Book is the
English translation of the Yizkor (Memorial) Book published in 1971 by
survivors and former residents of these towns, situated in present-day
Belarus. There are many alternate names for these towns.

442 pages. List price: $52.95 Available on Amazon for around $39,
___

KORCZYNA MEMORIAL BOOK (Korczyna, Poland)
Project Coordinator and Translator: William Leibner
Editor: Phyllis Kramer
Original Yiddish Book edited by
Morris Zucker and Isaac Wasserstrom
New York, 1967

Most of the survivors faced many daily problems of
survival, yet took time out to tell their sad experiences. Their stories
revived Jewish Korczyn. As one reads the stories, one can feel the great
nostalgia that the authors feel for the little place in Galicia that is no
longer.

310 pages, including new lists of residents compiled recently.
List $49.95. At Amazon about $36
___

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL) BOOK OF HORODENKA, UKRAINE
(Translation of Sefer Horodenka)
Original Yizkor Book? Edited by: Shimon Meltzer
Published in Tel Aviv, 1963
558 pages.
The rich Jewish culture that developed in the town is well described. It
all came to an end in June
1941, when the Nazis invaded Russian territory; according to reliable
evidence about 3,000 adults and children were murdered in 1941 and 1942 in
three “Actions.” 558 pages. List: $51.95 At Amazon for $41.
___

DROHITCHIN MEMORIAL (YIZKOR) BOOK 500 YEARS OF JEWISH LIFE
Drohitchin Finf Hundert Yor Yidish Lebn
Original Edited by: Dov Warshawsky, Book Committee Drohiczyn Originally
Published in Yiddish in Chicago, 1958
Florence Schumacher, Print Editor

This book is both history and memoir, including poetry, tributes, and a
necrology of Shoah victims >from Drahichyn and nearby towns murdered in the
two massacres there on July 25 and October 15, 1942. Former residents and
descendants contributed first-hand accounts to this heart-wrenching book>
736 pages. List $64.95 At Amazon for around $47.
___

YAMPOL MEMORIAL BOOK (Yampol, Ukraine)
Originally written in Hebrew and Yiddish in 1963.

Translation >from Hebrew of Ayara be-lehavot; Pinkas
Yampola, Pelekh Volyn- A City in Flames. It tells of the destroyed Jewish
Community of Yampol, Ukraine, written by the former residents who survived
the Holocaust or emigrated before the war.
Unlike the previous books, three version of the Yampol book are available,
all with identical content:

Hardcover version List Price: $41.95 Available on Amazon for around $32.
Student Edition (paperback) $14.99
Researcher Edition (e-book) $6.99

Sandra Hirschhorn, Publicity Specialist
sdh2381@...


More Translations of Yizkor Books Available #courland #latvia

Donald & Sandra Hirschhorn <sdh2381@...>
 

Dear Fellow Genners,

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen, Inc. is pleased
to announce the publication of the following five books which were
translated >from either Hebrew or Yiddish by JewishGen's volunteers.
All of the books are available in hard cover, approximately 8.5" by
11" and can be purchased >from online booksellers, frequently at
discounted prices. All contain many photos and images. To see all
our publications and to learn more about the project, please go to
jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html .

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL BOOK) OF LYUBCHA AND DELYATICHI (Belarus)
Published in Haifa, Israel, 1971 Translation Project Coordinator: Ann
Belinsky

The Lyubcha and Delyatichi (Lubtch and Delatitch) Memorial Book is the
English translation of the Yizkor (Memorial) Book published in 1971 by
survivors and former residents of these towns, situated in present-day
Belarus. There are many alternate names for these towns.

442 pages. List price: $52.95 Available on Amazon for around $39,
___

KORCZYNA MEMORIAL BOOK (Korczyna, Poland)
Project Coordinator and Translator: William Leibner
Editor: Phyllis Kramer
Original Yiddish Book edited by
Morris Zucker and Isaac Wasserstrom
New York, 1967

Most of the survivors faced many daily problems of
survival, yet took time out to tell their sad experiences. Their stories
revived Jewish Korczyn. As one reads the stories, one can feel the great
nostalgia that the authors feel for the little place in Galicia that is no
longer.

310 pages, including new lists of residents compiled recently.
List $49.95. At Amazon about $36
___

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL) BOOK OF HORODENKA, UKRAINE
(Translation of Sefer Horodenka)
Original Yizkor Book? Edited by: Shimon Meltzer
Published in Tel Aviv, 1963
558 pages.
The rich Jewish culture that developed in the town is well described. It
all came to an end in June
1941, when the Nazis invaded Russian territory; according to reliable
evidence about 3,000 adults and children were murdered in 1941 and 1942 in
three “Actions.” 558 pages. List: $51.95 At Amazon for $41.
___

DROHITCHIN MEMORIAL (YIZKOR) BOOK 500 YEARS OF JEWISH LIFE
Drohitchin Finf Hundert Yor Yidish Lebn
Original Edited by: Dov Warshawsky, Book Committee Drohiczyn Originally
Published in Yiddish in Chicago, 1958
Florence Schumacher, Print Editor

This book is both history and memoir, including poetry, tributes, and a
necrology of Shoah victims >from Drahichyn and nearby towns murdered in the
two massacres there on July 25 and October 15, 1942. Former residents and
descendants contributed first-hand accounts to this heart-wrenching book>
736 pages. List $64.95 At Amazon for around $47.
___

YAMPOL MEMORIAL BOOK (Yampol, Ukraine)
Originally written in Hebrew and Yiddish in 1963.

Translation >from Hebrew of Ayara be-lehavot; Pinkas
Yampola, Pelekh Volyn- A City in Flames. It tells of the destroyed Jewish
Community of Yampol, Ukraine, written by the former residents who survived
the Holocaust or emigrated before the war.
Unlike the previous books, three version of the Yampol book are available,
all with identical content:

Hardcover version List Price: $41.95 Available on Amazon for around $32.
Student Edition (paperback) $14.99
Researcher Edition (e-book) $6.99

Sandra Hirschhorn, Publicity Specialist
sdh2381@...


Courland SIG #Courland #Latvia More Translations of Yizkor Books Available #courland #latvia

Donald & Sandra Hirschhorn <sdh2381@...>
 

Dear Fellow Genners,

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen, Inc. is pleased
to announce the publication of the following five books which were
translated >from either Hebrew or Yiddish by JewishGen's volunteers.
All of the books are available in hard cover, approximately 8.5" by
11" and can be purchased >from online booksellers, frequently at
discounted prices. All contain many photos and images. To see all
our publications and to learn more about the project, please go to
jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html .

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL BOOK) OF LYUBCHA AND DELYATICHI (Belarus)
Published in Haifa, Israel, 1971 Translation Project Coordinator: Ann
Belinsky

The Lyubcha and Delyatichi (Lubtch and Delatitch) Memorial Book is the
English translation of the Yizkor (Memorial) Book published in 1971 by
survivors and former residents of these towns, situated in present-day
Belarus. There are many alternate names for these towns.

442 pages. List price: $52.95 Available on Amazon for around $39,
___

KORCZYNA MEMORIAL BOOK (Korczyna, Poland)
Project Coordinator and Translator: William Leibner
Editor: Phyllis Kramer
Original Yiddish Book edited by
Morris Zucker and Isaac Wasserstrom
New York, 1967

Most of the survivors faced many daily problems of
survival, yet took time out to tell their sad experiences. Their stories
revived Jewish Korczyn. As one reads the stories, one can feel the great
nostalgia that the authors feel for the little place in Galicia that is no
longer.

310 pages, including new lists of residents compiled recently.
List $49.95. At Amazon about $36
___

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL) BOOK OF HORODENKA, UKRAINE
(Translation of Sefer Horodenka)
Original Yizkor Book? Edited by: Shimon Meltzer
Published in Tel Aviv, 1963
558 pages.
The rich Jewish culture that developed in the town is well described. It
all came to an end in June
1941, when the Nazis invaded Russian territory; according to reliable
evidence about 3,000 adults and children were murdered in 1941 and 1942 in
three “Actions.” 558 pages. List: $51.95 At Amazon for $41.
___

DROHITCHIN MEMORIAL (YIZKOR) BOOK 500 YEARS OF JEWISH LIFE
Drohitchin Finf Hundert Yor Yidish Lebn
Original Edited by: Dov Warshawsky, Book Committee Drohiczyn Originally
Published in Yiddish in Chicago, 1958
Florence Schumacher, Print Editor

This book is both history and memoir, including poetry, tributes, and a
necrology of Shoah victims >from Drahichyn and nearby towns murdered in the
two massacres there on July 25 and October 15, 1942. Former residents and
descendants contributed first-hand accounts to this heart-wrenching book>
736 pages. List $64.95 At Amazon for around $47.
___

YAMPOL MEMORIAL BOOK (Yampol, Ukraine)
Originally written in Hebrew and Yiddish in 1963.

Translation >from Hebrew of Ayara be-lehavot; Pinkas
Yampola, Pelekh Volyn- A City in Flames. It tells of the destroyed Jewish
Community of Yampol, Ukraine, written by the former residents who survived
the Holocaust or emigrated before the war.
Unlike the previous books, three version of the Yampol book are available,
all with identical content:

Hardcover version List Price: $41.95 Available on Amazon for around $32.
Student Edition (paperback) $14.99
Researcher Edition (e-book) $6.99

Sandra Hirschhorn, Publicity Specialist
sdh2381@...


More Translations of Yizkor Books Available #southafrica

Donald & Sandra Hirschhorn <sdh2381@...>
 

Dear Fellow Genners,

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen, Inc. is pleased
to announce the publication of the following five books which were
translated >from either Hebrew or Yiddish by JewishGen's volunteers.
All of the books are available in hard cover, approximately 8.5" by
11" and can be purchased >from online booksellers, frequently at
discounted prices. All contain many photos and images. To see all
our publications and to learn more about the project, please go to
jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html .

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL BOOK) OF LYUBCHA AND DELYATICHI (Belarus)
Published in Haifa, Israel, 1971 Translation Project Coordinator: Ann
Belinsky

The Lyubcha and Delyatichi (Lubtch and Delatitch) Memorial Book is the
English translation of the Yizkor (Memorial) Book published in 1971 by
survivors and former residents of these towns, situated in present-day
Belarus. There are many alternate names for these towns.

442 pages. List price: $52.95 Available on Amazon for around $39,
___

KORCZYNA MEMORIAL BOOK (Korczyna, Poland)
Project Coordinator and Translator: William Leibner
Editor: Phyllis Kramer
Original Yiddish Book edited by
Morris Zucker and Isaac Wasserstrom
New York, 1967

Most of the survivors faced many daily problems of
survival, yet took time out to tell their sad experiences. Their stories
revived Jewish Korczyn. As one reads the stories, one can feel the great
nostalgia that the authors feel for the little place in Galicia that is no
longer.

310 pages, including new lists of residents compiled recently.
List $49.95. At Amazon about $36
___

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL) BOOK OF HORODENKA, UKRAINE
(Translation of Sefer Horodenka)
Original Yizkor Book? Edited by: Shimon Meltzer
Published in Tel Aviv, 1963
558 pages.
The rich Jewish culture that developed in the town is well described. It
all came to an end in June
1941, when the Nazis invaded Russian territory; according to reliable
evidence about 3,000 adults and children were murdered in 1941 and 1942 in
three “Actions.” 558 pages. List: $51.95 At Amazon for $41.
___

DROHITCHIN MEMORIAL (YIZKOR) BOOK 500 YEARS OF JEWISH LIFE
Drohitchin Finf Hundert Yor Yidish Lebn
Original Edited by: Dov Warshawsky, Book Committee Drohiczyn Originally
Published in Yiddish in Chicago, 1958
Florence Schumacher, Print Editor

This book is both history and memoir, including poetry, tributes, and a
necrology of Shoah victims >from Drahichyn and nearby towns murdered in the
two massacres there on July 25 and October 15, 1942. Former residents and
descendants contributed first-hand accounts to this heart-wrenching book>
736 pages. List $64.95 At Amazon for around $47.
___

YAMPOL MEMORIAL BOOK (Yampol, Ukraine)
Originally written in Hebrew and Yiddish in 1963.

Translation >from Hebrew of Ayara be-lehavot; Pinkas
Yampola, Pelekh Volyn- A City in Flames. It tells of the destroyed Jewish
Community of Yampol, Ukraine, written by the former residents who survived
the Holocaust or emigrated before the war.
Unlike the previous books, three version of the Yampol book are available,
all with identical content:

Hardcover version List Price: $41.95 Available on Amazon for around $32.
Student Edition (paperback) $14.99
Researcher Edition (e-book) $6.99

Sandra Hirschhorn, Publicity Specialist
sdh2381@...


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica More Translations of Yizkor Books Available #southafrica

Donald & Sandra Hirschhorn <sdh2381@...>
 

Dear Fellow Genners,

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen, Inc. is pleased
to announce the publication of the following five books which were
translated >from either Hebrew or Yiddish by JewishGen's volunteers.
All of the books are available in hard cover, approximately 8.5" by
11" and can be purchased >from online booksellers, frequently at
discounted prices. All contain many photos and images. To see all
our publications and to learn more about the project, please go to
jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html .

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL BOOK) OF LYUBCHA AND DELYATICHI (Belarus)
Published in Haifa, Israel, 1971 Translation Project Coordinator: Ann
Belinsky

The Lyubcha and Delyatichi (Lubtch and Delatitch) Memorial Book is the
English translation of the Yizkor (Memorial) Book published in 1971 by
survivors and former residents of these towns, situated in present-day
Belarus. There are many alternate names for these towns.

442 pages. List price: $52.95 Available on Amazon for around $39,
___

KORCZYNA MEMORIAL BOOK (Korczyna, Poland)
Project Coordinator and Translator: William Leibner
Editor: Phyllis Kramer
Original Yiddish Book edited by
Morris Zucker and Isaac Wasserstrom
New York, 1967

Most of the survivors faced many daily problems of
survival, yet took time out to tell their sad experiences. Their stories
revived Jewish Korczyn. As one reads the stories, one can feel the great
nostalgia that the authors feel for the little place in Galicia that is no
longer.

310 pages, including new lists of residents compiled recently.
List $49.95. At Amazon about $36
___

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL) BOOK OF HORODENKA, UKRAINE
(Translation of Sefer Horodenka)
Original Yizkor Book? Edited by: Shimon Meltzer
Published in Tel Aviv, 1963
558 pages.
The rich Jewish culture that developed in the town is well described. It
all came to an end in June
1941, when the Nazis invaded Russian territory; according to reliable
evidence about 3,000 adults and children were murdered in 1941 and 1942 in
three “Actions.” 558 pages. List: $51.95 At Amazon for $41.
___

DROHITCHIN MEMORIAL (YIZKOR) BOOK 500 YEARS OF JEWISH LIFE
Drohitchin Finf Hundert Yor Yidish Lebn
Original Edited by: Dov Warshawsky, Book Committee Drohiczyn Originally
Published in Yiddish in Chicago, 1958
Florence Schumacher, Print Editor

This book is both history and memoir, including poetry, tributes, and a
necrology of Shoah victims >from Drahichyn and nearby towns murdered in the
two massacres there on July 25 and October 15, 1942. Former residents and
descendants contributed first-hand accounts to this heart-wrenching book>
736 pages. List $64.95 At Amazon for around $47.
___

YAMPOL MEMORIAL BOOK (Yampol, Ukraine)
Originally written in Hebrew and Yiddish in 1963.

Translation >from Hebrew of Ayara be-lehavot; Pinkas
Yampola, Pelekh Volyn- A City in Flames. It tells of the destroyed Jewish
Community of Yampol, Ukraine, written by the former residents who survived
the Holocaust or emigrated before the war.
Unlike the previous books, three version of the Yampol book are available,
all with identical content:

Hardcover version List Price: $41.95 Available on Amazon for around $32.
Student Edition (paperback) $14.99
Researcher Edition (e-book) $6.99

Sandra Hirschhorn, Publicity Specialist
sdh2381@...


More Translations of Yizkor Books Available #galicia

Donald & Sandra Hirschhorn <sdh2381@...>
 

Dear Fellow Genners,

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen, Inc. is pleased to
announce the publication of the following five books which were
translated >from either Hebrew or Yiddish by JewishGen's volunteers.
All of the books are available in hard cover, approximately 8.5" by
11" and can be purchased >from online booksellers, frequently at
discounted prices. All contain many photos and images. To see all
our publications and to learn more about the project, please go to
jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html .

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL BOOK) OF LYUBCHA AND DELYATICHI (Belarus)
Published in Haifa, Israel, 1971
Translation Project Coordinator: Ann Belinsky

The Lyubcha and Delyatichi (Lubtch and Delatitch) Memorial Book is
the English translation of the Yizkor (Memorial) Book published in
1971 by survivors and former residents of these towns, situated in
present-day Belarus. There are many alternate names for these towns.

442 pages. List price: $52.95. Available on Amazon for around $39.
___

KORCZYNA MEMORIAL BOOK (Korczyna, Poland)
Project Coordinator and Translator: William Leibner
Editor: Phyllis Kramer
Original Yiddish Book edited by Morris Zucker and Isaac Wasserstrom.
New York, 1967

Most of the survivors faced many daily problems of survival, yet took
time out to tell their sad experiences. Their stories revived Jewish
Korczyn. As one reads the stories, one can feel the great nostalgia
that the authors feel for the little place in Galicia that is no longer.

310 pages, including new lists of residents compiled recently.
List $49.95. At Amazon about $36.
___

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL) BOOK OF HORODENKA, UKRAINE
(Translation of Sefer Horodenka)
Original Yizkor Book? Edited by: Shimon Meltzer
Published in Tel Aviv, 1963

The rich Jewish culture that developed in the town is well described.
It all came to an end in June 1941, when the Nazis invaded Russian
territory; according to reliable evidence about 3,000 adults and
children were murdered in 1941 and 1942 in three “Actions.”

558 pages. List: $51.95. At Amazon for $41.
___

DROHITCHIN MEMORIAL (YIZKOR) BOOK 500 YEARS OF JEWISH LIFE
Drohitchin Finf Hundert Yor Yidish Lebn
Original Edited by: Dov Warshawsky, Book Committee Drohiczyn
Originally published in Yiddish in Chicago, 1958
Florence Schumacher, Print Editor

This book is both history and memoir, including poetry, tributes,
and a necrology of Shoah victims >from Drahichyn and nearby towns
murdered in the two massacres there on July 25 and October 15,
1942. Former residents and descendants contributed first-hand
accounts to this heart-wrenching book.

736 pages. List $64.95 At Amazon for around $47.
___

YAMPOL MEMORIAL BOOK (Yampol, Ukraine)
Originally written in Hebrew and Yiddish in 1963.

Translation >from Hebrew of
Ayara be-lehavot; Pinkas Yampola, Pelekh Volyn - A City in Flames.
It tells of the destroyed Jewish Community of Yampol, Ukraine,
written by the former residents who survived the Holocaust or
emigrated before the war. Unlike the previous books, three version
of the Yampol book are available, all with identical content:

Hardcover version List Price: $41.95.
Available on Amazon for around $32.
Student Edition (paperback) $14.99
Researcher Edition (e-book) $6.99

Sandra Hirschhorn, Publicity Specialist
sdh2381@...


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia More Translations of Yizkor Books Available #galicia

Donald & Sandra Hirschhorn <sdh2381@...>
 

Dear Fellow Genners,

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen, Inc. is pleased to
announce the publication of the following five books which were
translated >from either Hebrew or Yiddish by JewishGen's volunteers.
All of the books are available in hard cover, approximately 8.5" by
11" and can be purchased >from online booksellers, frequently at
discounted prices. All contain many photos and images. To see all
our publications and to learn more about the project, please go to
jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html .

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL BOOK) OF LYUBCHA AND DELYATICHI (Belarus)
Published in Haifa, Israel, 1971
Translation Project Coordinator: Ann Belinsky

The Lyubcha and Delyatichi (Lubtch and Delatitch) Memorial Book is
the English translation of the Yizkor (Memorial) Book published in
1971 by survivors and former residents of these towns, situated in
present-day Belarus. There are many alternate names for these towns.

442 pages. List price: $52.95. Available on Amazon for around $39.
___

KORCZYNA MEMORIAL BOOK (Korczyna, Poland)
Project Coordinator and Translator: William Leibner
Editor: Phyllis Kramer
Original Yiddish Book edited by Morris Zucker and Isaac Wasserstrom.
New York, 1967

Most of the survivors faced many daily problems of survival, yet took
time out to tell their sad experiences. Their stories revived Jewish
Korczyn. As one reads the stories, one can feel the great nostalgia
that the authors feel for the little place in Galicia that is no longer.

310 pages, including new lists of residents compiled recently.
List $49.95. At Amazon about $36.
___

YIZKOR (MEMORIAL) BOOK OF HORODENKA, UKRAINE
(Translation of Sefer Horodenka)
Original Yizkor Book? Edited by: Shimon Meltzer
Published in Tel Aviv, 1963

The rich Jewish culture that developed in the town is well described.
It all came to an end in June 1941, when the Nazis invaded Russian
territory; according to reliable evidence about 3,000 adults and
children were murdered in 1941 and 1942 in three “Actions.”

558 pages. List: $51.95. At Amazon for $41.
___

DROHITCHIN MEMORIAL (YIZKOR) BOOK 500 YEARS OF JEWISH LIFE
Drohitchin Finf Hundert Yor Yidish Lebn
Original Edited by: Dov Warshawsky, Book Committee Drohiczyn
Originally published in Yiddish in Chicago, 1958
Florence Schumacher, Print Editor

This book is both history and memoir, including poetry, tributes,
and a necrology of Shoah victims >from Drahichyn and nearby towns
murdered in the two massacres there on July 25 and October 15,
1942. Former residents and descendants contributed first-hand
accounts to this heart-wrenching book.

736 pages. List $64.95 At Amazon for around $47.
___

YAMPOL MEMORIAL BOOK (Yampol, Ukraine)
Originally written in Hebrew and Yiddish in 1963.

Translation >from Hebrew of
Ayara be-lehavot; Pinkas Yampola, Pelekh Volyn - A City in Flames.
It tells of the destroyed Jewish Community of Yampol, Ukraine,
written by the former residents who survived the Holocaust or
emigrated before the war. Unlike the previous books, three version
of the Yampol book are available, all with identical content:

Hardcover version List Price: $41.95.
Available on Amazon for around $32.
Student Edition (paperback) $14.99
Researcher Edition (e-book) $6.99

Sandra Hirschhorn, Publicity Specialist
sdh2381@...

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