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Re: Seeking Birth Records from Pecs, Hungary #general

tom klein <bossman@...>
 

One place to look is familysearch.org (run by the Mormon church),
which has microfilmed b/m/d records >from Hungary.

A search of their catalogue shows that they have civil registers for
Pecs >from 1895-1921, and the images (758 pages of births for 1905-6)
are online at
<https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-21550-36571-69?cc=1452460&wc=M944-2F6:1410771752>

( MOD: http://tinyurl.com/ovp2936 )

....... tom klein, toronto

"Lenard, Andrew" <lenard@indiana.edu> wrote:

Can anyone help me get started? I want to find contact to the
birth registry of the Hungarian city of Pecs, for the year 1905,
in order to verify the birth of a relative, whose DOB I likely
have. How do I access any useful source?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Seeking Birth Records from Pecs, Hungary #general

tom klein <bossman@...>
 

One place to look is familysearch.org (run by the Mormon church),
which has microfilmed b/m/d records >from Hungary.

A search of their catalogue shows that they have civil registers for
Pecs >from 1895-1921, and the images (758 pages of births for 1905-6)
are online at
<https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1942-21550-36571-69?cc=1452460&wc=M944-2F6:1410771752>

( MOD: http://tinyurl.com/ovp2936 )

....... tom klein, toronto

"Lenard, Andrew" <lenard@indiana.edu> wrote:

Can anyone help me get started? I want to find contact to the
birth registry of the Hungarian city of Pecs, for the year 1905,
in order to verify the birth of a relative, whose DOB I likely
have. How do I access any useful source?


Searching for my sister, Eugenia Chimowicz #general

Rosa Raskin
 

My blond-haired, blue-eyed sister, Eugenia Chimowicz, was a member of
a different Schindler's list, details being promoted by Amazon.com for
3 more days in "Walk Forward." My sister would be in her late 70's.
She disappeared in Stutthof during the week of Sept 3-10, 1944, at the
age of 9 years. Like many who originated in the Lodz Ghetto, she had
duplicate records. I donated my father and uncle's letters to USHMM,
these letters were in Israel, with a cousin who did not know that I
exist. My youngest sister and I donated mouth swabs in the Shoah DNA
project, and the book has been key in discovering new information as
all databases and contacts have been exhausted to date.

My Uncle Alfred (Abram Josef) Chimowicz chose the members of the 500,
the only group known to date to have made it through Auschwitz as a
group with young babies who were kept with their mothers.

I have included every name I know in "Walk Forward," perhaps someone
in this group might recognize a name, any assistance would be
incredible.

Thanks much in advance,

Rosa Shine Raskin (nee Chimowicz)
Highland Heights, Ohio 44143, USA
rosaraskin@gmail.com
http://www.amazon.com/Walk-Forward-ebook/dp/B009H6Y7AC
trailer at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zp7uQap6p2M

MODERATOR NOTE: Private responses to Rosa, please


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching for my sister, Eugenia Chimowicz #general

Rosa Raskin
 

My blond-haired, blue-eyed sister, Eugenia Chimowicz, was a member of
a different Schindler's list, details being promoted by Amazon.com for
3 more days in "Walk Forward." My sister would be in her late 70's.
She disappeared in Stutthof during the week of Sept 3-10, 1944, at the
age of 9 years. Like many who originated in the Lodz Ghetto, she had
duplicate records. I donated my father and uncle's letters to USHMM,
these letters were in Israel, with a cousin who did not know that I
exist. My youngest sister and I donated mouth swabs in the Shoah DNA
project, and the book has been key in discovering new information as
all databases and contacts have been exhausted to date.

My Uncle Alfred (Abram Josef) Chimowicz chose the members of the 500,
the only group known to date to have made it through Auschwitz as a
group with young babies who were kept with their mothers.

I have included every name I know in "Walk Forward," perhaps someone
in this group might recognize a name, any assistance would be
incredible.

Thanks much in advance,

Rosa Shine Raskin (nee Chimowicz)
Highland Heights, Ohio 44143, USA
rosaraskin@gmail.com
http://www.amazon.com/Walk-Forward-ebook/dp/B009H6Y7AC
trailer at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zp7uQap6p2M

MODERATOR NOTE: Private responses to Rosa, please


Re: surname origins #bessarabia

Anna Reuter <anna94306@...>
 

Dear Brian and Cousins:

The ultimate authority on surnames is Alexander Beider.

Here is a reference for you that may explain more.  
Beider, A. 2005. Scientific Approach to Etymology of Surnames. Names: A Journal of
Onomastics 53: 79-126.

In one of Beider's books,  he used my maternal GGF's surname to explain how a
"Russified Surname" and a German Ashkenazi  surname were linked.  Beider told me
privately that he only used linguistic methods.
I had the paper trail to prove his linguistic theory proved to be true for my maternal GGF.  

My Bessarabian Surname was originally Roiter, an Ashkenazi German-Jewish spelling.

Regards,

Anna Reuter  
Palo Alto, California


Bessarabia SIG #Bessarabia Re: surname origins #bessarabia

Anna Reuter <anna94306@...>
 

Dear Brian and Cousins:

The ultimate authority on surnames is Alexander Beider.

Here is a reference for you that may explain more.  
Beider, A. 2005. Scientific Approach to Etymology of Surnames. Names: A Journal of
Onomastics 53: 79-126.

In one of Beider's books,  he used my maternal GGF's surname to explain how a
"Russified Surname" and a German Ashkenazi  surname were linked.  Beider told me
privately that he only used linguistic methods.
I had the paper trail to prove his linguistic theory proved to be true for my maternal GGF.  

My Bessarabian Surname was originally Roiter, an Ashkenazi German-Jewish spelling.

Regards,

Anna Reuter  
Palo Alto, California


Re: My grandfather disappearing #general

Sara Lynns
 

Want to thank those of you who responded with some helpful suggestions.
My grandparents divorced. common last name. I looked for my grandfather
not only in census, but in death records, too. as of yet, I've not found him.
I don't know if he decided to go back to the Ukraine or what happened??

Jackie Lerner.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen re: My grandfather disappearing #general

Sara Lynns
 

Want to thank those of you who responded with some helpful suggestions.
My grandparents divorced. common last name. I looked for my grandfather
not only in census, but in death records, too. as of yet, I've not found him.
I don't know if he decided to go back to the Ukraine or what happened??

Jackie Lerner.


Russian Translations-ViewMate-Ciechanow & Przasnysz Poland - 1870s, 80s, 90s #poland

Eden Joachim <esjoachim@...>
 

I have posted more vital records written in Russian for which I'd like
translations of the important facts: names, locations, dates, ages,
occupations, relationships and witnesses.

The direct links are below.

Death Akt 52 for Ester ABLIZYNER in Ciechanow, 1880:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM29602

Marriage Akt 15 for Abram ZILBERLISZ and Estera Marya DUCZYMINER in
Ciechanow, 1874:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM29603

Marriage Akt 4 for Moszek KOPACKI and Ryfka DUCZYMINER in Przasnysz, 1890:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM29607

Death Akt 16 for Mayta RYZ DUZYMINER in Przasnysz or Ciechanow, 1893
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM29609

Marriage Akt 37 for Ester Chaia SIANO and Mendel Berek DUZYMINER in
Ciechanow, 1882:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM29611

Please respond through the form on ViewMate or directly to me at
esjoachim@optonline.net

Many thanks for your help,

Eden Joachim


JRI Poland #Poland Russian Translations-ViewMate-Ciechanow & Przasnysz Poland - 1870s, 80s, 90s #poland

Eden Joachim <esjoachim@...>
 

I have posted more vital records written in Russian for which I'd like
translations of the important facts: names, locations, dates, ages,
occupations, relationships and witnesses.

The direct links are below.

Death Akt 52 for Ester ABLIZYNER in Ciechanow, 1880:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM29602

Marriage Akt 15 for Abram ZILBERLISZ and Estera Marya DUCZYMINER in
Ciechanow, 1874:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM29603

Marriage Akt 4 for Moszek KOPACKI and Ryfka DUCZYMINER in Przasnysz, 1890:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM29607

Death Akt 16 for Mayta RYZ DUZYMINER in Przasnysz or Ciechanow, 1893
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM29609

Marriage Akt 37 for Ester Chaia SIANO and Mendel Berek DUZYMINER in
Ciechanow, 1882:
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM29611

Please respond through the form on ViewMate or directly to me at
esjoachim@optonline.net

Many thanks for your help,

Eden Joachim


RE : Looking for Gitl Chajkowski-Plac from Bialystok #poland

Nancy Prelaske <nancyprelaske@...>
 

Johannes,

I just finished reading a book written on the fate of Bialystok Jews, it did
talk about the orphanage, not sure if her name was mentioned, but it would
be a good source of information. The book is Rajzner, Rafael. "The Stories
Our Parents Found Too Painful To Tell." AMCL Publications. iBooks. I will
also go back and see if I can find reference to Gitl Chajkowski-Plac, if I
find it I will let you know privately.

Best regards,
Nancy Fink-Prelaske
nancyprelaske@comcast.net

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Subject: Looking for Gitl Chajkowski-Plac >from Bialystok
From: Johannes Kuber <johannes.kuber@web.de>
Date: Sun, 10 Nov 2013 19:20:24 +0200
X-Message-Number: 1

Dear fellow researchers,

I am currently volunteering at Yad Vashem; my main task is to gather
information about the Bialystok Massacre (27 June 1941) for a teaching unit
that will eventually be published by the International School for Holocaust
Studies. In the Bialystoker Memorial Book
(http://www.zchor.org/bialystok/yizkor6.htm), a woman by the name of Gitl
Chajkowski-Plac is mentioned who apparently saved 60 Jewish orphans at the
early stages of Nazi rule in Bialystok ("Disregarding danger, Gitl
Chajkowski-Plac saved sixty Jewish orphans and became their substitute
mother. She hid them in a cellar, where they remained throughout the early
days of the Nazi invasion of Bialystok."). This case is of great interest
for our project; however, this is the only mention of this brave woman I
have found anywhere. I would be grateful for any information that could
point me in the right direction, also regarding the fate of the orphans'
home.

I would also appreciate any suggestions on how to find survivors'
testimonies that specifically mention the events of 27 June 1941.

Thank you so much for your help!

Best regards >from Jerusalem
Johannes Kuber


BialyGen: Bialystok Region #Bialystok #Poland RE : Looking for Gitl Chajkowski-Plac from Bialystok #poland

Nancy Prelaske <nancyprelaske@...>
 

Johannes,

I just finished reading a book written on the fate of Bialystok Jews, it did
talk about the orphanage, not sure if her name was mentioned, but it would
be a good source of information. The book is Rajzner, Rafael. "The Stories
Our Parents Found Too Painful To Tell." AMCL Publications. iBooks. I will
also go back and see if I can find reference to Gitl Chajkowski-Plac, if I
find it I will let you know privately.

Best regards,
Nancy Fink-Prelaske
nancyprelaske@comcast.net

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Subject: Looking for Gitl Chajkowski-Plac >from Bialystok
From: Johannes Kuber <johannes.kuber@web.de>
Date: Sun, 10 Nov 2013 19:20:24 +0200
X-Message-Number: 1

Dear fellow researchers,

I am currently volunteering at Yad Vashem; my main task is to gather
information about the Bialystok Massacre (27 June 1941) for a teaching unit
that will eventually be published by the International School for Holocaust
Studies. In the Bialystoker Memorial Book
(http://www.zchor.org/bialystok/yizkor6.htm), a woman by the name of Gitl
Chajkowski-Plac is mentioned who apparently saved 60 Jewish orphans at the
early stages of Nazi rule in Bialystok ("Disregarding danger, Gitl
Chajkowski-Plac saved sixty Jewish orphans and became their substitute
mother. She hid them in a cellar, where they remained throughout the early
days of the Nazi invasion of Bialystok."). This case is of great interest
for our project; however, this is the only mention of this brave woman I
have found anywhere. I would be grateful for any information that could
point me in the right direction, also regarding the fate of the orphans'
home.

I would also appreciate any suggestions on how to find survivors'
testimonies that specifically mention the events of 27 June 1941.

Thank you so much for your help!

Best regards >from Jerusalem
Johannes Kuber


UCLA Hillel Lecture on Lithuanian Jewry Thursday, November 14 #lithuania

loren greenberg
 

Hello,
I thought this event might be of interest to Los Angeles area Litvaks!

Regards,
Loren Greenberg Schonbrun
Venice, California

Distinguished Lecture Series Kicks Off - November 14, 2013

Hillel at UCLA presents Professor Sarunas Liekis >from the Vilnius
Yiddish Institute at Vilnius University in Vilnius, Lithuania. He
will be lecturing on Lithuanian Jewry 1918-1940, >from National
Autonomy to Near-Destruction.

Professor Liekis is the Executive Director of the Vilnius Yiddish
Institute (VYI) and Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Political
Science and Diplomacy at Vytautas Magnus University in Vilnius,
Lithuania. Liekis has his PH.D >from Brandeis University where his
thesis focused on the creation and ultimate failure of the autonomous
Lithuanian Ministry of Jewish Affairs. His thesis was later published
as A State within a State? Jewish Autonomy in Lithuania, 1918-1925.

Professor Liekis has also authored 1939, a study of that momentous
year for Lithuania and its Jewish citizens. Among its contributions,
1939 captures the distinctly different narratives of that year's
events by Lithuanians, Poles, Jews, Russians, and Belarusians. Most
recently Professor Liekis co-edited with Antony Polonsky and Chaeran
Freeze of Brandeis University Volume 25 of Polin, Jews in the Former
Grand Duchy of Lithuania since 1772. This 509-page volume is an
invaluable source for Lithuanian Jewish history and culture.

November 14, 2013 - 7:00-9:00pm
Hillel at UCLA

Free and Open to the Public
RSVP: 310-208-3081 ext. 108 or ucla.hillel.org/NovLecture2013


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania UCLA Hillel Lecture on Lithuanian Jewry Thursday, November 14 #lithuania

loren greenberg
 

Hello,
I thought this event might be of interest to Los Angeles area Litvaks!

Regards,
Loren Greenberg Schonbrun
Venice, California

Distinguished Lecture Series Kicks Off - November 14, 2013

Hillel at UCLA presents Professor Sarunas Liekis >from the Vilnius
Yiddish Institute at Vilnius University in Vilnius, Lithuania. He
will be lecturing on Lithuanian Jewry 1918-1940, >from National
Autonomy to Near-Destruction.

Professor Liekis is the Executive Director of the Vilnius Yiddish
Institute (VYI) and Professor and Dean of the Faculty of Political
Science and Diplomacy at Vytautas Magnus University in Vilnius,
Lithuania. Liekis has his PH.D >from Brandeis University where his
thesis focused on the creation and ultimate failure of the autonomous
Lithuanian Ministry of Jewish Affairs. His thesis was later published
as A State within a State? Jewish Autonomy in Lithuania, 1918-1925.

Professor Liekis has also authored 1939, a study of that momentous
year for Lithuania and its Jewish citizens. Among its contributions,
1939 captures the distinctly different narratives of that year's
events by Lithuanians, Poles, Jews, Russians, and Belarusians. Most
recently Professor Liekis co-edited with Antony Polonsky and Chaeran
Freeze of Brandeis University Volume 25 of Polin, Jews in the Former
Grand Duchy of Lithuania since 1772. This 509-page volume is an
invaluable source for Lithuanian Jewish history and culture.

November 14, 2013 - 7:00-9:00pm
Hillel at UCLA

Free and Open to the Public
RSVP: 310-208-3081 ext. 108 or ucla.hillel.org/NovLecture2013


City of Vilnius Vital Records #lithuania

Peggy Freedman <peggyf@...>
 

We are continuing to consolidate the Vilnius vital records into the
Vilnius District Research Group (DRG).

We have translated 110,824 records for the city of Vilnius and posted
them publicly in the All Lithuania Database. Another 17,573 records
have been translated and are available to qualified donors on the
Vilnius DRG Shutterfly site.

We have about 78,000 additional records to translate. The good news is
that we are more than half way toward completing this project. The bad
news is that we need more funding to finish.

Keeping an inventory of records that have been translated, records that
are being translated, and records left to translate is like trying to
hit a moving target. I have posted the most recent status report on a
public Shutterfly page at:
https://vilnius.shutterfly.com/vilniusvitalrecords

Join this project! Make a contribution to the Vilnius District Research
Group on the LitvakSIG website's contributions page at:
http://litvaksig.org/contribute

I have posted a list of surnames in the most recent batch of birth
records (1901-1915) at:
https://vilnius.shutterfly.com/surnames

Hope to hear >from you soon.

Peggy Mosinger Freedman
Coordinator, Vilnius District Research Group of LitvakSIG


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania City of Vilnius Vital Records #lithuania

Peggy Freedman <peggyf@...>
 

We are continuing to consolidate the Vilnius vital records into the
Vilnius District Research Group (DRG).

We have translated 110,824 records for the city of Vilnius and posted
them publicly in the All Lithuania Database. Another 17,573 records
have been translated and are available to qualified donors on the
Vilnius DRG Shutterfly site.

We have about 78,000 additional records to translate. The good news is
that we are more than half way toward completing this project. The bad
news is that we need more funding to finish.

Keeping an inventory of records that have been translated, records that
are being translated, and records left to translate is like trying to
hit a moving target. I have posted the most recent status report on a
public Shutterfly page at:
https://vilnius.shutterfly.com/vilniusvitalrecords

Join this project! Make a contribution to the Vilnius District Research
Group on the LitvakSIG website's contributions page at:
http://litvaksig.org/contribute

I have posted a list of surnames in the most recent batch of birth
records (1901-1915) at:
https://vilnius.shutterfly.com/surnames

Hope to hear >from you soon.

Peggy Mosinger Freedman
Coordinator, Vilnius District Research Group of LitvakSIG


MUSIMOVICH in Argentina #general

Sharen Hogarth
 

Dear Genners,

I am trying to find more information on a Moises MUSIMOVICH born 1919 in
Argentina & who may have lived in New York after 1951. According to an
immigration card, it appears that in 1955 he was granted temporary access to
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil by the Brazilian consulate in New York. The document
also noted that his parents were Adolfo & Eugenia MUSIMOVICH, that Moises
was married & a chemist, & that he had a passport >from Buenos Aires dated
1951.

Any assistance in locating further info regarding this family which shares
my late father's surname is much appreciated.

Sharen Hogarth
Ontario, Canada


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen MUSIMOVICH in Argentina #general

Sharen Hogarth
 

Dear Genners,

I am trying to find more information on a Moises MUSIMOVICH born 1919 in
Argentina & who may have lived in New York after 1951. According to an
immigration card, it appears that in 1955 he was granted temporary access to
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil by the Brazilian consulate in New York. The document
also noted that his parents were Adolfo & Eugenia MUSIMOVICH, that Moises
was married & a chemist, & that he had a passport >from Buenos Aires dated
1951.

Any assistance in locating further info regarding this family which shares
my late father's surname is much appreciated.

Sharen Hogarth
Ontario, Canada


Re: BOOK CITE: German Jewish Chaplains in World War 1 #germany

vogelko
 

Many thanks to Rodney Eisfelder for noting this book, which I ordered
and received.

It includes biographical notes for 45 rabbis (see below), most of
which cover about 4 pages each.
The biographical notes include parents, wives and children of the rabbis.
The book also includes documents relating to the rabbis - >from what I
could determine, sermons, letters, etc.
All in German.

Felix Aber Siegfried Alexander **** Leo Baeck **** Leo Baerwald

Leon Baneth Heinrich Bassfreund David Carlebach Emanuel Carlebach

Heymann (Hermann) Chone Heinrich Cohn Israel Cohn Hirsch (Hugo) Gradenwitz

Siegmund Hanover Ezechiel Hasgall Bruno Italiener Hugo Klein Siegfried Klein

Emil Kronheim Arnold Lazarus Paul Lazarus Sali Levi Arthur Levy Emil Levy

Jeremias (Jerome) Levy Reinhold Lewin Wilhelm Lewy Dagobert Neuhaus

5iegbert Neufeld Avigdor Posen Leopold Rosenak Friedrich Ruelf (u umlaut)

Mar t in Salominski Georg Salzberger Jacob Saenger (a umlaut) Hugo Schiff

Jakob/Jacob Sonderling Fritz Leopold Steinthal David Strumpf David Weger

Aron/Arnold Taenzer (a umlaut) Max Wiener Georg Wilde David Alexander Winter

Moritz Winter Albert Wolf [end of list]

Regards - Jane Vogel-Kohai Mesillat Tziyyon Israel vogelko@gmail.com

On Sat, Oct 26, 2013 Rodney Eisfelder <r.eisfelder@gmail.com> wrote:
You may be interested in this book on the Jewish Chaplains
"Feldrabbiner" in the German Army during World War 1, including
biographies of more than 20 of them.
"Feldrabbiner in den deutschen Streitkraeften [a umlaut] des Ersten
Weltkrieges"
by Sabine Hank, Hermann Simon & Uwe Hank
ISBN: 3938485760 or 978-3-938485-76-7 List Price: 48 Euros
published "Herausgegeben" by the Centrum Judaicum in Berlin together with
Zentrum fuer Militaergeschichte und Sozialwissenschaften der Bundeswehr
publisher "Verlag" Hentrich & Hentrich
Rodney Eisfelder r.eisfelder@gmail.com Melbourne, Australia


German SIG #Germany Re: BOOK CITE: German Jewish Chaplains in World War 1 #germany

vogelko
 

Many thanks to Rodney Eisfelder for noting this book, which I ordered
and received.

It includes biographical notes for 45 rabbis (see below), most of
which cover about 4 pages each.
The biographical notes include parents, wives and children of the rabbis.
The book also includes documents relating to the rabbis - >from what I
could determine, sermons, letters, etc.
All in German.

Felix Aber Siegfried Alexander **** Leo Baeck **** Leo Baerwald

Leon Baneth Heinrich Bassfreund David Carlebach Emanuel Carlebach

Heymann (Hermann) Chone Heinrich Cohn Israel Cohn Hirsch (Hugo) Gradenwitz

Siegmund Hanover Ezechiel Hasgall Bruno Italiener Hugo Klein Siegfried Klein

Emil Kronheim Arnold Lazarus Paul Lazarus Sali Levi Arthur Levy Emil Levy

Jeremias (Jerome) Levy Reinhold Lewin Wilhelm Lewy Dagobert Neuhaus

5iegbert Neufeld Avigdor Posen Leopold Rosenak Friedrich Ruelf (u umlaut)

Mar t in Salominski Georg Salzberger Jacob Saenger (a umlaut) Hugo Schiff

Jakob/Jacob Sonderling Fritz Leopold Steinthal David Strumpf David Weger

Aron/Arnold Taenzer (a umlaut) Max Wiener Georg Wilde David Alexander Winter

Moritz Winter Albert Wolf [end of list]

Regards - Jane Vogel-Kohai Mesillat Tziyyon Israel vogelko@gmail.com

On Sat, Oct 26, 2013 Rodney Eisfelder <r.eisfelder@gmail.com> wrote:
You may be interested in this book on the Jewish Chaplains
"Feldrabbiner" in the German Army during World War 1, including
biographies of more than 20 of them.
"Feldrabbiner in den deutschen Streitkraeften [a umlaut] des Ersten
Weltkrieges"
by Sabine Hank, Hermann Simon & Uwe Hank
ISBN: 3938485760 or 978-3-938485-76-7 List Price: 48 Euros
published "Herausgegeben" by the Centrum Judaicum in Berlin together with
Zentrum fuer Militaergeschichte und Sozialwissenschaften der Bundeswehr
publisher "Verlag" Hentrich & Hentrich
Rodney Eisfelder r.eisfelder@gmail.com Melbourne, Australia

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