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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Belarus interest group forming in Los Angeles -Dave Fox's visit #general

GDLProject@...
 

Dear Jewishgenners whose ancestors came >from what is now Belarus, or what
was included in the territory of Belarus during the 19th and 18th centuries
(i.e. when it was part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania):

Dave Fox, the Founder and former Coordinator of the Belarus SIG, will be in
Los Angeles on Sunday, October 23rd, and has made time available to meet with
the JGS Los Angeles in an informal gathering. This is an exciting
opportunity to learn first hand about the ongoing projects of the Belarus SIG.

We will also be able to meet each other and explore possibilities for a
local face-too-face Belarus interest group (17th-21st centuries).
Our plan is for this ongoing local group to explore research projects and
have more experienced Belarus researchers mentor those with less experience.
In the future, the JGSLA will be organizing other interest groups.

The first step is to determine how many people are interested and able to
attend the Belarus interest group meeting on Sunday afternoon, October 23rd -
and based on that, we can arrange for a meeting place. We will be gathering
information >from people in the Los Angeles area and summarizing it to share
with each other at the meeting.

You do not have to be a member of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Los
Angeles in order to participate in this meeting, but you are invited to join.

Please respond to David Hoffman, at DBH12345@....

David Hoffman
Member, Board of Directors, JGSLA


Belarus interest group forming in Los Angeles -Dave Fox's visit #general

GDLProject@...
 

Dear Jewishgenners whose ancestors came >from what is now Belarus, or what
was included in the territory of Belarus during the 19th and 18th centuries
(i.e. when it was part of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania):

Dave Fox, the Founder and former Coordinator of the Belarus SIG, will be in
Los Angeles on Sunday, October 23rd, and has made time available to meet with
the JGS Los Angeles in an informal gathering. This is an exciting
opportunity to learn first hand about the ongoing projects of the Belarus SIG.

We will also be able to meet each other and explore possibilities for a
local face-too-face Belarus interest group (17th-21st centuries).
Our plan is for this ongoing local group to explore research projects and
have more experienced Belarus researchers mentor those with less experience.
In the future, the JGSLA will be organizing other interest groups.

The first step is to determine how many people are interested and able to
attend the Belarus interest group meeting on Sunday afternoon, October 23rd -
and based on that, we can arrange for a meeting place. We will be gathering
information >from people in the Los Angeles area and summarizing it to share
with each other at the meeting.

You do not have to be a member of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Los
Angeles in order to participate in this meeting, but you are invited to join.

Please respond to David Hoffman, at DBH12345@....

David Hoffman
Member, Board of Directors, JGSLA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Black Bread Disease ? What is this? #general

Nick <tulse04-news@...>
 

"Howie Axelrod" <highwind1@...> wrote in message
news:11k8k11839lvnb9m86b30kaoq2d7r1po9u@......
My Grandfathe >from Russia / Polandr is alleged to have died from
"Black Bread Disease". It is apparently a Europeon term. Anyone have
any idea as to what this is?
I am not a physician and I have not heard of the disease and there is no
reference to such on Google (which I assume that you had already checked).
But I have found this reference to "Black bread mould" (mold, US).
http://www.the7thfire.com/EarthWright/Lechenya_Meera/hazards_of_molds_and_mildew.htm

Any help?

Nick Landau
London, UK

COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland) WEITZMAN (Cracow), WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany)
KOHN/WEISSKOPF (Wallerstein and Kleinerdlingen,Germany) LANDAU (only adopted
on leaving Belarus or later)/FREDKIN (?) (Gomel, Mogilev, Chernigov,
Belarus)


Re: Black Bread Disease ? What is this? #general

Nick <tulse04-news@...>
 

"Howie Axelrod" <highwind1@...> wrote in message
news:11k8k11839lvnb9m86b30kaoq2d7r1po9u@......
My Grandfathe >from Russia / Polandr is alleged to have died from
"Black Bread Disease". It is apparently a Europeon term. Anyone have
any idea as to what this is?
I am not a physician and I have not heard of the disease and there is no
reference to such on Google (which I assume that you had already checked).
But I have found this reference to "Black bread mould" (mold, US).
http://www.the7thfire.com/EarthWright/Lechenya_Meera/hazards_of_molds_and_mildew.htm

Any help?

Nick Landau
London, UK

COHNREICH (Anklam, Germany Krajenka, Poland) ATLAS (Wielkie Oczy (near
Lvov/Lemberg), Poland) WEITZMAN (Cracow), WECHSLER(Schwabach, Germany)
KOHN/WEISSKOPF (Wallerstein and Kleinerdlingen,Germany) LANDAU (only adopted
on leaving Belarus or later)/FREDKIN (?) (Gomel, Mogilev, Chernigov,
Belarus)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Black Bread Disease ? What is this? #general

janicemsj@...
 

At 6:15 PM -0400 10/5/05, Howie Axelrod wrote:

My Grandfathe >from Russia / Polandr is alleged to have died from
"Black Bread Disease". It is apparently a Europeon term. Anyone have
any idea as to what this is?
Possibly ergot?

Janice Sellers
Oakland, CA
--
Researching: GORODETSKY, SCHNEIDERMAN, COHEN, KARDISH; ORLOWSKY, OBERSTEIN,
PEREDEIKO/TERERDEIKO, LUBINSKY, HEFT, RACIN/ROSSIN; BRAININ, BINDERMAN,
JAFFE; NOVITSKY, YELSKY, BLOOM, PERLMAN/PERLMUTTER; STRUHL/McSTROUL,
FRIEDMAN


Re: Black Bread Disease ? What is this? #general

janicemsj@...
 

At 6:15 PM -0400 10/5/05, Howie Axelrod wrote:

My Grandfathe >from Russia / Polandr is alleged to have died from
"Black Bread Disease". It is apparently a Europeon term. Anyone have
any idea as to what this is?
Possibly ergot?

Janice Sellers
Oakland, CA
--
Researching: GORODETSKY, SCHNEIDERMAN, COHEN, KARDISH; ORLOWSKY, OBERSTEIN,
PEREDEIKO/TERERDEIKO, LUBINSKY, HEFT, RACIN/ROSSIN; BRAININ, BINDERMAN,
JAFFE; NOVITSKY, YELSKY, BLOOM, PERLMAN/PERLMUTTER; STRUHL/McSTROUL,
FRIEDMAN


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen IGS Tel-Aviv Branch & SIG Eretz Israel- There are no stories of places - There are stories of people #general

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

First we would like to wish a "Shana Tova ve Gemar Hatima Tova" to all of
our members and their families. The holidays are the perfect time to
collect information and stories >from those family members you meet at those
various holiday meals, or at least to find out who knows what, so you can
contact them after the holidays.

Our guest for the evening is Itay Bechor, the author of the book "Paamon
Zaduk" (The Cracked Bell). The lecture and the book deal with the stories of
the seventy families who immigrated >from Romania and were the first settlers
in Zichkron Yaacov. The collection of short personal stories in this book,
form the larger story of all those who settled in Eretz Israel.

The meeting will take place on Monday October 10, 2005 at Beit Hatanach,
16 Rothschild Blvd., Tel-Aviv, at 19:00. The meeting will be in Hebrew. There
is a 20 shekel entrance fee for non-members. You are cordially invited to
use our library which is open >from 18:00-19:00, and consult other members
about your genealogy quests.

Registration for the first Annual Yom Iyun Family Roots in the Land of
Israel and in the World is starting. You can register at the meeting, or
directly by mail. All the information can be found on the website
http://www.isragen.org.il/NROS/YY2005/
The yom iyun is to be held on November 28, 2005 at the Diaspora Museum, at
Tel-Aviv University Campus. The number of seats is limited, a few places are
left. Early registration fee 65 NIS.

For further information you can contact: Rose Feldman at:
rosef@... or at: 03- 641 3856 in the evenings.

The Israel Genealogy Society
igs@...
www.isragen.org.il
P.O.Box 4270 Jerusalem 91041
Chana Furman ehfurman@... Phone: (972) (8) 688 0884

* * Upcoming meetings * * *


Nov. 14, 2005: IGS Annual General Meeting at Beit Hatanach, 16 Rothschild
Blvd. Tel-Aviv

Nov. 28, 2005: IGS Annual Yom Iyun Family Roots in the Land of Israel and in
the World, Beit Hatefuzot, Tel-Aviv

Dec. 12, 2005: IGS Tel-Aviv Branch - The Pickholz Families of East Galicia -
A Single Surname Project.


IGS Tel-Aviv Branch & SIG Eretz Israel- There are no stories of places - There are stories of people #general

Rose Feldman <rosef@...>
 

First we would like to wish a "Shana Tova ve Gemar Hatima Tova" to all of
our members and their families. The holidays are the perfect time to
collect information and stories >from those family members you meet at those
various holiday meals, or at least to find out who knows what, so you can
contact them after the holidays.

Our guest for the evening is Itay Bechor, the author of the book "Paamon
Zaduk" (The Cracked Bell). The lecture and the book deal with the stories of
the seventy families who immigrated >from Romania and were the first settlers
in Zichkron Yaacov. The collection of short personal stories in this book,
form the larger story of all those who settled in Eretz Israel.

The meeting will take place on Monday October 10, 2005 at Beit Hatanach,
16 Rothschild Blvd., Tel-Aviv, at 19:00. The meeting will be in Hebrew. There
is a 20 shekel entrance fee for non-members. You are cordially invited to
use our library which is open >from 18:00-19:00, and consult other members
about your genealogy quests.

Registration for the first Annual Yom Iyun Family Roots in the Land of
Israel and in the World is starting. You can register at the meeting, or
directly by mail. All the information can be found on the website
http://www.isragen.org.il/NROS/YY2005/
The yom iyun is to be held on November 28, 2005 at the Diaspora Museum, at
Tel-Aviv University Campus. The number of seats is limited, a few places are
left. Early registration fee 65 NIS.

For further information you can contact: Rose Feldman at:
rosef@... or at: 03- 641 3856 in the evenings.

The Israel Genealogy Society
igs@...
www.isragen.org.il
P.O.Box 4270 Jerusalem 91041
Chana Furman ehfurman@... Phone: (972) (8) 688 0884

* * Upcoming meetings * * *


Nov. 14, 2005: IGS Annual General Meeting at Beit Hatanach, 16 Rothschild
Blvd. Tel-Aviv

Nov. 28, 2005: IGS Annual Yom Iyun Family Roots in the Land of Israel and in
the World, Beit Hatefuzot, Tel-Aviv

Dec. 12, 2005: IGS Tel-Aviv Branch - The Pickholz Families of East Galicia -
A Single Surname Project.


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine (disregard my earlier incomplete email) Ukraine Database Project 2 #ukraine

Raymond Cannata <cannata2@...>
 

Alter TSIBELEVSKY (CIBULEVSKY / SIEBELEWSKY / later SIEBEL)/ 1865-1911/
pharmacist/ Elizavetgrad (Yelisbetgrad, now Kirovoghrad), Kherson gub./
1865-1891/ Apprenticeship and a degree >from the medical faculty of the
University of Kharkov, of "Apothecary's Assistant", 4 Dec. 1890.

Katia (Gittel) POBERJESKY (POBERESKY / later POBER)/ 1869-1940 / nurse /
Elizavetgrad (Yelisbetgrad, now Kirovoghrad), Kherson gub. / 1869-1891 /
allegedly trained as a physician, poss. at Univ. of Kharkov, but no proof of
this yet discovered.

Bentsion TSIBELEVSKY (CIBULEVSKY / SIEBELEWSKY / later SIEBEL)/ 1871-1922/
tailor/ Elizavetgrad (Yelisbetgrad, now Kirovoghrad), Kherson gub. (poss.
Jaroswet, Kherson at some point)/ 1871-1905/ Apprenticeship unknown.

Yasha (Jasha / Jacob) POBERJESKY (POBERESKY / later POBER)/ 1888-1970 /
watchmaker / Elizavetgrad (Yelisbetgrad, now Kirovoghrad), Kherson gub. /
1888-1904 / training unknown. (Once in America he continued as a watchmaker
/ jeweler, but he was mostly a tailor. One record lists him as a
"dentist!")

Ray Cannata
NJ, USA

Searching names:
DASHEVSKY / DASHEWSKY of Elizavetgrad (Kirovograd), Kherson, Ukraine
FULNEROW / FELZEROW of Elizavetgrad (Kirovograd), Kherson, Ukraine
POBER / POBERESKY of Elizavetgrad (Kirovograd), Kherson, Ukraine
RUBEL of Elizavetgrad (Kirovograd), Kherson, Ukraine
SIEBEL / TSIBULEVSKY / SIEBELEWSKY / CIBULEVSKY of Elizavetgrad
(Kirovograd), Kherson, Ukraine
TROTSKY of Elizavetgrad (Kirovograd), Kherson, Ukraine
BRAVER of Orlya / Orla, Grodno or Lida, Belarus
LIFSITZ / LIPSHITZ of Orlya / Orla, Grodno or Lida, Belarus
KIRSCHNER / KIRSHNER / KIRZNER of Orlya / Orla, Grodno or Lida, Belarus


(disregard my earlier incomplete email) Ukraine Database Project 2 #ukraine

Raymond Cannata <cannata2@...>
 

Alter TSIBELEVSKY (CIBULEVSKY / SIEBELEWSKY / later SIEBEL)/ 1865-1911/
pharmacist/ Elizavetgrad (Yelisbetgrad, now Kirovoghrad), Kherson gub./
1865-1891/ Apprenticeship and a degree >from the medical faculty of the
University of Kharkov, of "Apothecary's Assistant", 4 Dec. 1890.

Katia (Gittel) POBERJESKY (POBERESKY / later POBER)/ 1869-1940 / nurse /
Elizavetgrad (Yelisbetgrad, now Kirovoghrad), Kherson gub. / 1869-1891 /
allegedly trained as a physician, poss. at Univ. of Kharkov, but no proof of
this yet discovered.

Bentsion TSIBELEVSKY (CIBULEVSKY / SIEBELEWSKY / later SIEBEL)/ 1871-1922/
tailor/ Elizavetgrad (Yelisbetgrad, now Kirovoghrad), Kherson gub. (poss.
Jaroswet, Kherson at some point)/ 1871-1905/ Apprenticeship unknown.

Yasha (Jasha / Jacob) POBERJESKY (POBERESKY / later POBER)/ 1888-1970 /
watchmaker / Elizavetgrad (Yelisbetgrad, now Kirovoghrad), Kherson gub. /
1888-1904 / training unknown. (Once in America he continued as a watchmaker
/ jeweler, but he was mostly a tailor. One record lists him as a
"dentist!")

Ray Cannata
NJ, USA

Searching names:
DASHEVSKY / DASHEWSKY of Elizavetgrad (Kirovograd), Kherson, Ukraine
FULNEROW / FELZEROW of Elizavetgrad (Kirovograd), Kherson, Ukraine
POBER / POBERESKY of Elizavetgrad (Kirovograd), Kherson, Ukraine
RUBEL of Elizavetgrad (Kirovograd), Kherson, Ukraine
SIEBEL / TSIBULEVSKY / SIEBELEWSKY / CIBULEVSKY of Elizavetgrad
(Kirovograd), Kherson, Ukraine
TROTSKY of Elizavetgrad (Kirovograd), Kherson, Ukraine
BRAVER of Orlya / Orla, Grodno or Lida, Belarus
LIFSITZ / LIPSHITZ of Orlya / Orla, Grodno or Lida, Belarus
KIRSCHNER / KIRSHNER / KIRZNER of Orlya / Orla, Grodno or Lida, Belarus


Romania SIG #Romania New Holocaust databases! #romania

Rosanne Leeson <rdleeson@...>
 

Dear fellow ROM-SIGgers,

You will note among the many new Holocaust databases that have just been
uploaded to the JewishGen Holocaust database there are number that
relate to Romania, and the ROM-SIG. They will shortly also be linked to
the All-Romania Database of JewishGen, as soom as the staff can get to that!

Rosanne Leeson
Co-Coordinator
ROM-SIG


New Holocaust databases! #romania

Rosanne Leeson <rdleeson@...>
 

Dear fellow ROM-SIGgers,

You will note among the many new Holocaust databases that have just been
uploaded to the JewishGen Holocaust database there are number that
relate to Romania, and the ROM-SIG. They will shortly also be linked to
the All-Romania Database of JewishGen, as soom as the staff can get to that!

Rosanne Leeson
Co-Coordinator
ROM-SIG


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re: holocaust era insurance claim question #general

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Hello Sara,

Yes, you should definitively appeal. If you have strong documental evidence about
your claim appeal to ICHEIC. The instructions and forms must have been sent
attached to you together with Generali's refusal.

One *very important* point: not only you are entitled to appeal but you are also
entitled to receive copies of *all documental proofs* of what Generali claims
happened. If they found a policy, they MUST send you a copy. This obligation
derives >from Generali's agreement with ICHEIC.

Good luck
Tom Venetianer
acting group coordinator
Holocaust Era Restitutions Discussion Group
Home Page: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/h-justice

At 01:00 -0500 03.10.2005, JewishGen Discussion Group digest wrote:
Subject: holocaust era insurance claim question
From: Sara Wenger < sara_wenger@... >
Date: Sun, 2 Oct 2005 01:34:51 -0700 (PDT)
X-Message-Number: 7

I received a letter form Generali insurance company
stating that they located a life insurance policy
issued to my grandfather in 1928. The letter goes on
to say that because this policy does not appear in
their accounting records of 1936 or of subsequent
years, it must have left their portfolio (before the
beginning of the Holocaust Era as defined by the
International Commission). The policy therefore does
not qualify for any payment. The front page that they
sent me of the supposed policy seems to be of someone
else's policy.

Does anyone out there have any experience with this?
Is it worthwhile to appeal as they indicated I am
entitled to do? If so, on what grounds would I appeal
as I have no information.
--
Tom Venetianer < mailto:tom.vene@... >
Sao Paulo - Brazil


Re: holocaust era insurance claim question #general

Tom Venetianer <tom.vene@...>
 

Hello Sara,

Yes, you should definitively appeal. If you have strong documental evidence about
your claim appeal to ICHEIC. The instructions and forms must have been sent
attached to you together with Generali's refusal.

One *very important* point: not only you are entitled to appeal but you are also
entitled to receive copies of *all documental proofs* of what Generali claims
happened. If they found a policy, they MUST send you a copy. This obligation
derives >from Generali's agreement with ICHEIC.

Good luck
Tom Venetianer
acting group coordinator
Holocaust Era Restitutions Discussion Group
Home Page: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/h-justice

At 01:00 -0500 03.10.2005, JewishGen Discussion Group digest wrote:
Subject: holocaust era insurance claim question
From: Sara Wenger < sara_wenger@... >
Date: Sun, 2 Oct 2005 01:34:51 -0700 (PDT)
X-Message-Number: 7

I received a letter form Generali insurance company
stating that they located a life insurance policy
issued to my grandfather in 1928. The letter goes on
to say that because this policy does not appear in
their accounting records of 1936 or of subsequent
years, it must have left their portfolio (before the
beginning of the Holocaust Era as defined by the
International Commission). The policy therefore does
not qualify for any payment. The front page that they
sent me of the supposed policy seems to be of someone
else's policy.

Does anyone out there have any experience with this?
Is it worthwhile to appeal as they indicated I am
entitled to do? If so, on what grounds would I appeal
as I have no information.
--
Tom Venetianer < mailto:tom.vene@... >
Sao Paulo - Brazil


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lena (CHERTORINSKY /CHARTER) SUGARMAN alien registration #general

dayna reader <zoeys_mom@...>
 

Hi all,

I sent a FOIA request to Immigration Services for my
g-grandma, who was Lena (maiden name: SUGARMAN)
GOLDSTEIN and recieved papers instead for a woman with
a nearly identical name who was married to my
g-grandma's brother, Joseph SUGARMAN.

So if you are researching the family of Lena Sarah
SUGARMAN (maiden name CHERTORINSKY, changed to CHARTER
in America), I'd be happy to pass these papers along
to you. Please contact me off-list.

The alien registration form says she was >from "Voleen"
(city) "Garbarney" (province/gub), Russia and was born
1883. She died in Framingham, MA. and is buried at the
Framingham-Natick Hebrew Cemetery. She was the mother
of Ida, Morris & Martin SUGARMAN.

Shana Tova!

Dayna Chalif
San Francisco


Lena (CHERTORINSKY /CHARTER) SUGARMAN alien registration #general

dayna reader <zoeys_mom@...>
 

Hi all,

I sent a FOIA request to Immigration Services for my
g-grandma, who was Lena (maiden name: SUGARMAN)
GOLDSTEIN and recieved papers instead for a woman with
a nearly identical name who was married to my
g-grandma's brother, Joseph SUGARMAN.

So if you are researching the family of Lena Sarah
SUGARMAN (maiden name CHERTORINSKY, changed to CHARTER
in America), I'd be happy to pass these papers along
to you. Please contact me off-list.

The alien registration form says she was >from "Voleen"
(city) "Garbarney" (province/gub), Russia and was born
1883. She died in Framingham, MA. and is buried at the
Framingham-Natick Hebrew Cemetery. She was the mother
of Ida, Morris & Martin SUGARMAN.

Shana Tova!

Dayna Chalif
San Francisco


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania RE: Vilna Gubernya #lithuania

Gladys Paulin <paulin@...>
 

The city of Minsk, Belarus is in the district (uezd) of Minsk and is the
capital of Minsk guberniya.

However, certain towns in Minsk guberniya and in Belarus today were at
one time in Vilnius guberniya.

One of the problems we have today when people say they are >from New
York, we do not know if they are referring to New York City, or just
the county of New York which is Manhattan, or the state of New York
which is a much larger jurisdiction. The same goes for Minsk. If
your ancestors said they were >from Minsk, it is very likely that they
were actually >from a shtetl which is today in Minsk but which at one
time may have been in Vilnius guberniya which is today part of Lithuania
but at one time was a part of Poland!

Borders changed frequently throughout history and one needs to correlate
the specific place at the time their ancestor was there.

Gladys Friedman Paulin, CGRS
Winter Springs, FL
http://genealogybygladys.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Alan Levine [mailto:alanlevine@...]=
Sent: Wednesday, October 05, 2005 10:28 AM
To: LitvakSIG
Subject: [litvaksig] Vilna Gubernya

Could Minsk, Belarus be considered within Vilna Gubernya?


Alanlevine@...
Livingston NJ


Re: Vilna Gubernya #lithuania

Gladys Paulin <paulin@...>
 

The city of Minsk, Belarus is in the district (uezd) of Minsk and is the
capital of Minsk guberniya.

However, certain towns in Minsk guberniya and in Belarus today were at
one time in Vilnius guberniya.

One of the problems we have today when people say they are >from New
York, we do not know if they are referring to New York City, or just
the county of New York which is Manhattan, or the state of New York
which is a much larger jurisdiction. The same goes for Minsk. If
your ancestors said they were >from Minsk, it is very likely that they
were actually >from a shtetl which is today in Minsk but which at one
time may have been in Vilnius guberniya which is today part of Lithuania
but at one time was a part of Poland!

Borders changed frequently throughout history and one needs to correlate
the specific place at the time their ancestor was there.

Gladys Friedman Paulin, CGRS
Winter Springs, FL
http://genealogybygladys.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Alan Levine [mailto:alanlevine@...]=
Sent: Wednesday, October 05, 2005 10:28 AM
To: LitvakSIG
Subject: [litvaksig] Vilna Gubernya

Could Minsk, Belarus be considered within Vilna Gubernya?


Alanlevine@...
Livingston NJ


Lodz Area Research Group #Lodz #Poland Language policy and use in the Lodz ghetto 1940-1944 #lodz #poland

Edna Hoover
 

This article might be of interest to the Lodz Area Research Group members...

"Edna Hoover"
JGFF Researcher # 66736
B'klyn NY
For BAUMGARTEN-FRANKENTAL-HAMBURGER-IZBUTSKI
ednahoover@...

http://wjmll.ncl.ac.uk/issue03/bostock.htm
Language policy and use in the Lodz ghetto 1940-1944[*]
by
William Bostock
University of Tasmania

(received June 1998)

[Download this article (61K, Rich Text Format)]

Contents
1 Introduction
2 Language Policy in the Third Reich
3 Language Policy in the Lodz Ghetto
4 Language Use in the Ghetto
5 The Uses of Languages
6 Conclusion
Table: Functional Representation of the Languages of Lodz Ghetto
Bibliography


Language policy and use in the Lodz ghetto 1940-1944 #lodz #poland

Edna Hoover
 

This article might be of interest to the Lodz Area Research Group members...

"Edna Hoover"
JGFF Researcher # 66736
B'klyn NY
For BAUMGARTEN-FRANKENTAL-HAMBURGER-IZBUTSKI
ednahoover@...

http://wjmll.ncl.ac.uk/issue03/bostock.htm
Language policy and use in the Lodz ghetto 1940-1944[*]
by
William Bostock
University of Tasmania

(received June 1998)

[Download this article (61K, Rich Text Format)]

Contents
1 Introduction
2 Language Policy in the Third Reich
3 Language Policy in the Lodz Ghetto
4 Language Use in the Ghetto
5 The Uses of Languages
6 Conclusion
Table: Functional Representation of the Languages of Lodz Ghetto
Bibliography