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History of the Jews in Bielitz-Biala #galicia

Jessica Skippon <jskippon@...>
 

Jacek Proszyk's dissertation on "The History of Jews in Bielsko and
Biala between the 17th century and 1939" has been published as a
316-page book in the Polish language, but there is an English
translation on a CD. The CD does not contain the illustrations.

The ISBN number is 978-83-936155-0-6.

Jacek has a website - http://proszyk.blogspot.co.uk/p/o-mnie.html
with contact details.

Jessica Skippon

Researching SCHANZER, BORGER, BIRN, JACHZEL, WALDNER,
GLUCKSMANN in Andrychow, Wadowice, Bielsko-Biala


records for the Sadzawka/Skalat area #galicia

Mario Lederer <leadmario@...>
 

Good afternoon,

Just wanted to know if within existing, or as part of 2018 Projects,
you are planning to get access to original records and indexing of
data related to Sadzawka/Skalat area or else were all these records
gathered at Tarnopol ? I am looking for period 1880 through 1932
as far as M and B are concerned

Thanks for your comments

Best regards

Mario


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia History of the Jews in Bielitz-Biala #galicia

Jessica Skippon <jskippon@...>
 

Jacek Proszyk's dissertation on "The History of Jews in Bielsko and
Biala between the 17th century and 1939" has been published as a
316-page book in the Polish language, but there is an English
translation on a CD. The CD does not contain the illustrations.

The ISBN number is 978-83-936155-0-6.

Jacek has a website - http://proszyk.blogspot.co.uk/p/o-mnie.html
with contact details.

Jessica Skippon

Researching SCHANZER, BORGER, BIRN, JACHZEL, WALDNER,
GLUCKSMANN in Andrychow, Wadowice, Bielsko-Biala


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia records for the Sadzawka/Skalat area #galicia

Mario Lederer <leadmario@...>
 

Good afternoon,

Just wanted to know if within existing, or as part of 2018 Projects,
you are planning to get access to original records and indexing of
data related to Sadzawka/Skalat area or else were all these records
gathered at Tarnopol ? I am looking for period 1880 through 1932
as far as M and B are concerned

Thanks for your comments

Best regards

Mario


Mount Nebo Miami Jewish Cemetery #general

Rosalind
 

Dear Jenners,
Would someone be willing to photograph or simply obtain the name of the
father of Rebecca (nee COHEN) CASTLE at Mt Nebo Miami Memorial Gardens. Spouse
was Isadore Herbert Castle.
Her memorial ID is 150894284.
I have tried to request a photo >from Find a Grave but unfortunately all
that pops up is that a request is outstanding.
The phone number of the cemetery is +1 305 261 7612

Thank you so much
Ros Romem
Jerusalem

MODERATOR NOTE: Please contact Ros before heading to the cemetery.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Mount Nebo Miami Jewish Cemetery #general

Rosalind
 

Dear Jenners,
Would someone be willing to photograph or simply obtain the name of the
father of Rebecca (nee COHEN) CASTLE at Mt Nebo Miami Memorial Gardens. Spouse
was Isadore Herbert Castle.
Her memorial ID is 150894284.
I have tried to request a photo >from Find a Grave but unfortunately all
that pops up is that a request is outstanding.
The phone number of the cemetery is +1 305 261 7612

Thank you so much
Ros Romem
Jerusalem

MODERATOR NOTE: Please contact Ros before heading to the cemetery.


JGS of Long Island #general

Jackie Wasserstein
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island's next meeting will be held on
Sunday, November 19.

Time: 2:00 PM
Place: Mid-Island Y JCC 45 Manetto Hill Road Plainview, NY
www.miyjcc.org (http://www.miyjcc.org)

Topic: "Henry Alsberg: Unsung Jewish Hero"

Guest Speaker: Susan DeMasi

The years following World War I brought unbearable suffering to Eastern
European Jews. Henry Alsberg was a foreign correspondent and aid worker. He
wrote about the terrors he wittnessed and risked his life to assist
co-religionists. As a volunteer for the American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee, he helped set up orphanages, farming cooperatives and schools. He
arranged for the safe emigration of thousands of Jews to the Americas.

Sue DeMasi is a librarian and writer. He is author of "Henry Alsberg: The
Driving Force of the New Deal Federal Writers' Project - the first
biography of this long forgotten hero.

Admission is free and all are welcome.

Our "Mavens" are available at 1:30 PM to take your genealogy questions.

Jackie Wasserstein
Past President


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Long Island #general

Jackie Wasserstein
 

The Jewish Genealogy Society of Long Island's next meeting will be held on
Sunday, November 19.

Time: 2:00 PM
Place: Mid-Island Y JCC 45 Manetto Hill Road Plainview, NY
www.miyjcc.org (http://www.miyjcc.org)

Topic: "Henry Alsberg: Unsung Jewish Hero"

Guest Speaker: Susan DeMasi

The years following World War I brought unbearable suffering to Eastern
European Jews. Henry Alsberg was a foreign correspondent and aid worker. He
wrote about the terrors he wittnessed and risked his life to assist
co-religionists. As a volunteer for the American Jewish Joint Distribution
Committee, he helped set up orphanages, farming cooperatives and schools. He
arranged for the safe emigration of thousands of Jews to the Americas.

Sue DeMasi is a librarian and writer. He is author of "Henry Alsberg: The
Driving Force of the New Deal Federal Writers' Project - the first
biography of this long forgotten hero.

Admission is free and all are welcome.

Our "Mavens" are available at 1:30 PM to take your genealogy questions.

Jackie Wasserstein
Past President


Call for Papers (Abstract Proposal System) #belarus

Dan Oren <iajgs2018@...>
 

The IAJGS 2018 Warsaw Conference is delighted to announce that the
Call-for-Papers (Abstract Proposal System) will be open for submittals
from 15 Nov 2017 through 31 Dec 2017. We will issue a formal
announcement when the actual opening occurs, but here is a brief
description of the types of presentations that we will be looking for:
1) Presentations: A one-hour timeslot dedicated to about 45
minutes of lecture with about 15 minutes of question & answers, with
PowerPoint, film or other illustrative component.
2) Short Presentations: A 30-minute timeslot dedicated to a
20-minute presentation on a novel genealogy research project that you
are working on that could benefit others: a slide show of your visit
to a shtetl; or the explanation of how you accomplished a genealogy
special find (like how you found your grandparents' marriage record
when everyone said it couldn't be done).
Note: It may be preferable for a BOF (Birds of a Feather Group) to
forgo having a BOF meeting this summer and instead use this 30-minute
format for a meeting of Landsleit to share a previous or prepare for
an upcoming shtetl trip.
3) Computer Workshop: A 2-hour program dedicated to a guided
tour of and training on how to use a website, function or software
application on a computer.
4) Panel Discussion: A one-hour timeslot dedicated to combining
several people or topics in an interactive format between panelists,
such as a discussion among experts in a related field.
This conference will take place in Warsaw; however, the presentations
most sought after might be focused on Resources, Empires, Jewish
Culture/History and Keepers of Jewish Communal Memory or Historic
Sites in Central and Eastern Europe.
The Program Committee will accept approximately 120 one-hour
lectures/panels and approximately 50 short presentations. The Abstract
Proposal System will be linked to the Conference home page
when the time comes. Stay tuned!

Dan Oren
Listserv Communications liaison for the IAJGS August 5-10, 2018 Warsaw
Conference Program Committee


Belarus SIG #Belarus Call for Papers (Abstract Proposal System) #belarus

Dan Oren <iajgs2018@...>
 

The IAJGS 2018 Warsaw Conference is delighted to announce that the
Call-for-Papers (Abstract Proposal System) will be open for submittals
from 15 Nov 2017 through 31 Dec 2017. We will issue a formal
announcement when the actual opening occurs, but here is a brief
description of the types of presentations that we will be looking for:
1) Presentations: A one-hour timeslot dedicated to about 45
minutes of lecture with about 15 minutes of question & answers, with
PowerPoint, film or other illustrative component.
2) Short Presentations: A 30-minute timeslot dedicated to a
20-minute presentation on a novel genealogy research project that you
are working on that could benefit others: a slide show of your visit
to a shtetl; or the explanation of how you accomplished a genealogy
special find (like how you found your grandparents' marriage record
when everyone said it couldn't be done).
Note: It may be preferable for a BOF (Birds of a Feather Group) to
forgo having a BOF meeting this summer and instead use this 30-minute
format for a meeting of Landsleit to share a previous or prepare for
an upcoming shtetl trip.
3) Computer Workshop: A 2-hour program dedicated to a guided
tour of and training on how to use a website, function or software
application on a computer.
4) Panel Discussion: A one-hour timeslot dedicated to combining
several people or topics in an interactive format between panelists,
such as a discussion among experts in a related field.
This conference will take place in Warsaw; however, the presentations
most sought after might be focused on Resources, Empires, Jewish
Culture/History and Keepers of Jewish Communal Memory or Historic
Sites in Central and Eastern Europe.
The Program Committee will accept approximately 120 one-hour
lectures/panels and approximately 50 short presentations. The Abstract
Proposal System will be linked to the Conference home page
when the time comes. Stay tuned!

Dan Oren
Listserv Communications liaison for the IAJGS August 5-10, 2018 Warsaw
Conference Program Committee


(UK) Ancestry UK Offering Free Access to Their Military Collection Through November 13, 2017 #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Ancestry (UK) is offering free access to their UK and Ireland military
collection through November 13, 2017 23:59 BST in commemoration of
Remembrance Day.
To search the military collection go to:
http://www.ancestry.co.uk/cs/remembrance
To view the featured records in the collection go to:
https://search.ancestry.co.uk/search/group/uk_military_collections

You will be required to register with your name, email address and password.
No credit card information is required. Records may be saved to your
computer, downloaded or printed.

Note: When you place the name in the search box and the records appear, you
will be invited to start a free trial. That is not the free access being
offered for Remembrance Day, and this free trial requires you to provide a
credit card number.

If you access the records in the featured collection after the November 13
deadline you will be invited to subscribe. The same offer will occur if you
request records not included in the featured collections during the four-day
free access offer.

Some of the military records may direct you to Fold3.com which is another
genealogical site part of the Ancestry family of companies. The free access
for Remembrance Day is not offered through Fold3.com.

I have no affiliation with Ancestry.co.uk and am posting this solely for the
information of the reader.

Thank you to Hazel Boon, president, JGS of Hamilton for letting us know
about the offer >from Ancestry.co.uk

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen (UK) Ancestry UK Offering Free Access to Their Military Collection Through November 13, 2017 #general

Jan Meisels Allen
 

Ancestry (UK) is offering free access to their UK and Ireland military
collection through November 13, 2017 23:59 BST in commemoration of
Remembrance Day.
To search the military collection go to:
http://www.ancestry.co.uk/cs/remembrance
To view the featured records in the collection go to:
https://search.ancestry.co.uk/search/group/uk_military_collections

You will be required to register with your name, email address and password.
No credit card information is required. Records may be saved to your
computer, downloaded or printed.

Note: When you place the name in the search box and the records appear, you
will be invited to start a free trial. That is not the free access being
offered for Remembrance Day, and this free trial requires you to provide a
credit card number.

If you access the records in the featured collection after the November 13
deadline you will be invited to subscribe. The same offer will occur if you
request records not included in the featured collections during the four-day
free access offer.

Some of the military records may direct you to Fold3.com which is another
genealogical site part of the Ancestry family of companies. The free access
for Remembrance Day is not offered through Fold3.com.

I have no affiliation with Ancestry.co.uk and am posting this solely for the
information of the reader.

Thank you to Hazel Boon, president, JGS of Hamilton for letting us know
about the offer >from Ancestry.co.uk

Jan Meisels Allen
Chairperson, IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Call for Papers (Abstract Proposal System) #ukraine

Dan Oren <iajgs2018@...>
 

The IAJGS 2018 Warsaw Conference is delighted to announce that the
Call-for-Papers (Abstract Proposal System) will be open for submittals
from 15 Nov 2017 through 31 Dec 2017. We will issue a formal
announcement when the actual opening occurs, but here is a brief
description of the types of presentations that we will be looking for:
1) Presentations: A one-hour timeslot dedicated to about 45
minutes of lecture with about 15 minutes of question & answers, with
PowerPoint, film or other illustrative component.
2) Short Presentations: A 30-minute timeslot dedicated to a
20-minute presentation on a novel genealogy research project that you
are working on that could benefit others: a slide show of your visit
to a shtetl; or the explanation of how you accomplished a genealogy
special find (like how you found your grandparents' marriage record
when everyone said it couldn't be done).
Note: It may be preferable for a BOF (Birds of a Feather Group) to
forgo having a BOF meeting this summer and instead use this 30-minute
format for a meeting of Landsleit to share a previous or prepare for
an upcoming shtetl trip.
3) Computer Workshop: A 2-hour program dedicated to a guided
tour of and training on how to use a website, function or software
application on a computer.
4) Panel Discussion: A one-hour timeslot dedicated to combining
several people or topics in an interactive format between panelists,
such as a discussion among experts in a related field.
This conference will take place in Warsaw; however, the presentations
most sought after might be focused on Resources, Empires, Jewish
Culture/History and Keepers of Jewish Communal Memory or Historic
Sites in Central and Eastern Europe.
The Program Committee will accept approximately 120 one-hour
lectures/panels and approximately 50 short presentations. The Abstract
Proposal System will be linked to the Conference home page
when the time comes. Stay tuned!

Dan Oren
Listserv Communications liaison for the IAJGS August 5-10, 2018 Warsaw
Conference Program Committee


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Call for Papers (Abstract Proposal System) #ukraine

Dan Oren <iajgs2018@...>
 

The IAJGS 2018 Warsaw Conference is delighted to announce that the
Call-for-Papers (Abstract Proposal System) will be open for submittals
from 15 Nov 2017 through 31 Dec 2017. We will issue a formal
announcement when the actual opening occurs, but here is a brief
description of the types of presentations that we will be looking for:
1) Presentations: A one-hour timeslot dedicated to about 45
minutes of lecture with about 15 minutes of question & answers, with
PowerPoint, film or other illustrative component.
2) Short Presentations: A 30-minute timeslot dedicated to a
20-minute presentation on a novel genealogy research project that you
are working on that could benefit others: a slide show of your visit
to a shtetl; or the explanation of how you accomplished a genealogy
special find (like how you found your grandparents' marriage record
when everyone said it couldn't be done).
Note: It may be preferable for a BOF (Birds of a Feather Group) to
forgo having a BOF meeting this summer and instead use this 30-minute
format for a meeting of Landsleit to share a previous or prepare for
an upcoming shtetl trip.
3) Computer Workshop: A 2-hour program dedicated to a guided
tour of and training on how to use a website, function or software
application on a computer.
4) Panel Discussion: A one-hour timeslot dedicated to combining
several people or topics in an interactive format between panelists,
such as a discussion among experts in a related field.
This conference will take place in Warsaw; however, the presentations
most sought after might be focused on Resources, Empires, Jewish
Culture/History and Keepers of Jewish Communal Memory or Historic
Sites in Central and Eastern Europe.
The Program Committee will accept approximately 120 one-hour
lectures/panels and approximately 50 short presentations. The Abstract
Proposal System will be linked to the Conference home page
when the time comes. Stay tuned!

Dan Oren
Listserv Communications liaison for the IAJGS August 5-10, 2018 Warsaw
Conference Program Committee


What became of Trude HIRSCH, wife of Friedrich STEINMETZ? #germany

Robert Hutcheon
 

Dear GerSIG, From: <rhutcheon@...>

Marie Gertrud (Trude) HIRSCH was born in Hessen 10 Aug 1895 to her parents,
Moritz HIRSCH and Johanna JUNKERMANN. On 26 Jan 1917 in Frankfurt am Main,
Trude became the first wife of Friedrich STEINMETZ (1891-1970), and this couple
had 2 children born in Breslau - Helmut STEINMETZ b. Nov. 1917, d.
Argentina 2005
and Berta Erika STEINMETZ, b. Dec 1918, and deported >from Breslau in 1942.

By 1922 when Friedrich remarried, the short-lived marriage of Trude HIRSCH and
Friedrich STEINMETZ was obviously over. I had always assumed that Trude may
have died ca. 1921, but HIRSCH family sources believe that the couple
was divorced,
and that Trude later died in the Shoah.

In the 1941 Breslau Address Book, there is a listing for a widow,
Gertrud STEINMETZ,
who could well be the person I seek. However, in searching both the
Memorial Book of the
German Archives, and the Victims Database of the Yad Vashem, I can
find no reference
to a person fitting her description.

Does anyone know, or can anyone suggest what might have happened to this woman?

Thank you. Robert Hutcheon, Saskatoon Canada <rhutcheon@...>


German SIG #Germany What became of Trude HIRSCH, wife of Friedrich STEINMETZ? #germany

Robert Hutcheon
 

Dear GerSIG, From: <rhutcheon@...>

Marie Gertrud (Trude) HIRSCH was born in Hessen 10 Aug 1895 to her parents,
Moritz HIRSCH and Johanna JUNKERMANN. On 26 Jan 1917 in Frankfurt am Main,
Trude became the first wife of Friedrich STEINMETZ (1891-1970), and this couple
had 2 children born in Breslau - Helmut STEINMETZ b. Nov. 1917, d.
Argentina 2005
and Berta Erika STEINMETZ, b. Dec 1918, and deported >from Breslau in 1942.

By 1922 when Friedrich remarried, the short-lived marriage of Trude HIRSCH and
Friedrich STEINMETZ was obviously over. I had always assumed that Trude may
have died ca. 1921, but HIRSCH family sources believe that the couple
was divorced,
and that Trude later died in the Shoah.

In the 1941 Breslau Address Book, there is a listing for a widow,
Gertrud STEINMETZ,
who could well be the person I seek. However, in searching both the
Memorial Book of the
German Archives, and the Victims Database of the Yad Vashem, I can
find no reference
to a person fitting her description.

Does anyone know, or can anyone suggest what might have happened to this woman?

Thank you. Robert Hutcheon, Saskatoon Canada <rhutcheon@...>


Translation of Dokshitz-Parfianov Yizkor Book Published #general

Joel Alpert
 

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen is proud to announce
the publication of its 63rd title, "Dokshitz-Parafianov, Belarus
Memorial Book"

Translation Sefer Dokshitz-Parafianov in hard cover.

Original Hebrew and Yiddish Yizkor Book Editor: David Stockfish,
Published in Tel Aviv, 1970
Translation Editors: Joel Alpert and Aaron Ginsburg
Hard Cover, 11" by 8.5", 450 pages with all illustrations of the
original Yizkor book,
plus a new appendix of significant materials collected after the
publication of the original book.

List Price: $54.95 Available on Amazon for around $40

Translation of the Memorial (Yizkor) Book of the town of Dokshitz,
Belarus, originally written in 1970 in Yiddish and Hebrew in Tel Aviv
by the former residents and survivors of the town.

Between 1941 and 1943, most of the Jewish communities of Eastern
Europe, including the towns of Dokshitz and Parfianov in Belarus, were
systematically wiped out by the Nazis and local militias. The English
translation of the Dokshitz-Parfianov Yizkor Book contains thirty-six
personal histories, collected over a ten-year period. New appendices
of material collected since the publication of the original Yizkor
Book in 1970 have been added.

Included are photographs, documents and descriptions of the Jewish
communities of pre-war Dokshitz and Parfianov. Then first-hand
accounts of the Shoah and of the armed resistance of Jewish youth to
the Nazi occupiers are presented. And finally, there are accounts of
those who went on to pioneer in and fight for in the establishment of
Israel.

With gratitude to the former residents of these towns now living in
Israel and the Diaspora whose stories are collected here, it is our
hope that this book will serve as a memorial to the vibrant
now-extinct Jewish communities of Dokshitz and Parfianov.

Dokshytsy, Belarus is located at 54 degrees 54' North Latitude and 27 degrees 45'
East Longitude

Alternate names for the town are: Dokshytsy [Belorussian], Dokshitsy
[Russian], Dokshits [Yiddish], Dokszyce [Polish], Doksici [Latvian],
Doksycy, Dokshitse, Dokshitsya, Dokschyzy, Dokshitz, Dugscitz

Researchers and descendants of this and nearby towns will want to
have this book.

For more information, go to:

https://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/ybip/YBIP_Dokshytsy.html

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project now has 63 titles available. To see
all the books, go to:

http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html

Nearby Jewish Communities:

Parafyanovo 6 miles W
Yasevichi 13 miles NNE
Budslav 14 miles SW
Hlybokaye 16 miles N
Begoml 17 miles SE
Golubichi 17 miles NNE
Dauhinava 20 miles SSW
Krivichi 22 miles SW
Plissa 23 miles NNE
Dunilovichi 23 miles WNW
Kozlovshchina 25 miles NW
Kraysk 28 miles SSW
Mstizh 28 miles SE
Kublichi 30 miles NE

We hope you find this of interest for you and your family in discovering the
history of your ancestors. This would make a lovely holiday gift for a loved one.

For orders 4 or more books to one address in the US, UK, Canada or Australia, we
can offer you a significantly reduced price of $25 per book including shipping
(Amazon discount price is about $55 plus shipping). Email to ybip@...

Email to ybip@... to get prices for other locations outside of the US.

PS. Can we suggest this book as a birthday, anniversary or Chanukah
gift for someone special in your family?

Joel Alpert, Coordinator of the Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Translation of Dokshitz-Parfianov Yizkor Book Published #general

Joel Alpert
 

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project of JewishGen is proud to announce
the publication of its 63rd title, "Dokshitz-Parafianov, Belarus
Memorial Book"

Translation Sefer Dokshitz-Parafianov in hard cover.

Original Hebrew and Yiddish Yizkor Book Editor: David Stockfish,
Published in Tel Aviv, 1970
Translation Editors: Joel Alpert and Aaron Ginsburg
Hard Cover, 11" by 8.5", 450 pages with all illustrations of the
original Yizkor book,
plus a new appendix of significant materials collected after the
publication of the original book.

List Price: $54.95 Available on Amazon for around $40

Translation of the Memorial (Yizkor) Book of the town of Dokshitz,
Belarus, originally written in 1970 in Yiddish and Hebrew in Tel Aviv
by the former residents and survivors of the town.

Between 1941 and 1943, most of the Jewish communities of Eastern
Europe, including the towns of Dokshitz and Parfianov in Belarus, were
systematically wiped out by the Nazis and local militias. The English
translation of the Dokshitz-Parfianov Yizkor Book contains thirty-six
personal histories, collected over a ten-year period. New appendices
of material collected since the publication of the original Yizkor
Book in 1970 have been added.

Included are photographs, documents and descriptions of the Jewish
communities of pre-war Dokshitz and Parfianov. Then first-hand
accounts of the Shoah and of the armed resistance of Jewish youth to
the Nazi occupiers are presented. And finally, there are accounts of
those who went on to pioneer in and fight for in the establishment of
Israel.

With gratitude to the former residents of these towns now living in
Israel and the Diaspora whose stories are collected here, it is our
hope that this book will serve as a memorial to the vibrant
now-extinct Jewish communities of Dokshitz and Parfianov.

Dokshytsy, Belarus is located at 54 degrees 54' North Latitude and 27 degrees 45'
East Longitude

Alternate names for the town are: Dokshytsy [Belorussian], Dokshitsy
[Russian], Dokshits [Yiddish], Dokszyce [Polish], Doksici [Latvian],
Doksycy, Dokshitse, Dokshitsya, Dokschyzy, Dokshitz, Dugscitz

Researchers and descendants of this and nearby towns will want to
have this book.

For more information, go to:

https://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/ybip/YBIP_Dokshytsy.html

The Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project now has 63 titles available. To see
all the books, go to:

http://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/ybip.html

Nearby Jewish Communities:

Parafyanovo 6 miles W
Yasevichi 13 miles NNE
Budslav 14 miles SW
Hlybokaye 16 miles N
Begoml 17 miles SE
Golubichi 17 miles NNE
Dauhinava 20 miles SSW
Krivichi 22 miles SW
Plissa 23 miles NNE
Dunilovichi 23 miles WNW
Kozlovshchina 25 miles NW
Kraysk 28 miles SSW
Mstizh 28 miles SE
Kublichi 30 miles NE

We hope you find this of interest for you and your family in discovering the
history of your ancestors. This would make a lovely holiday gift for a loved one.

For orders 4 or more books to one address in the US, UK, Canada or Australia, we
can offer you a significantly reduced price of $25 per book including shipping
(Amazon discount price is about $55 plus shipping). Email to ybip@...

Email to ybip@... to get prices for other locations outside of the US.

PS. Can we suggest this book as a birthday, anniversary or Chanukah
gift for someone special in your family?

Joel Alpert, Coordinator of the Yizkor-Books-In-Print Project


Re: Steve Weil - Goeppingen #germany

Ralph Baer
 

There is a Yahoo group jebenhausen@... about the former Jewish
community of Jebenhausen. It also deals with Goeppingen. Posting is quite
sporadic.

Ralph N. Baer Washington, DC RalphNBaer@...


German SIG #Germany Re: Steve Weil - Goeppingen #germany

Ralph Baer
 

There is a Yahoo group jebenhausen@... about the former Jewish
community of Jebenhausen. It also deals with Goeppingen. Posting is quite
sporadic.

Ralph N. Baer Washington, DC RalphNBaer@...