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Re: Sussa--a Yiddish name? #hungary

Leslie Gyi <leslie.gyi@...>
 

My Hungarian mother told me that "Szasza" as in Gabor was a popular
Hungarian name meaning Susanah. She said that it was not necessarily a
Jewish name, but was adopted by alot of Jewish people, because of its
popularity at the time as a name. I believe the Jewish (don't know if that
comes >from Hebrew or Yiddish and would need my dictionary to look that one
up) version is Shosannah (so says my Ukrainian researcher says as well).

I also have an Aunt Sophie, who was >from the former Maramaros County,
Hungary now Maramures County, Romania. The family referred to her as
'Souza', 'Sosza' and 'Sussa', I think cause they were trying to spell
phonetically what they were saying. Course this is the same family, where
the father by the name of Chaim with 10 children, 7 immigrating to the US, 4
with Social Security numbers, and each entered on the SS-5 application the
name of their father as Chaim, Henry, Harvey and Herbert. Between the
differences in transliteration and usage, I don't think the name translation
is an exact science.

Leslie Gyi nee FEIG
Researching FEIGs anywhere
POLLAKs in Carpathia
GOLDENBERGs in Carpathia & Poland
HAJNIKs in Carpathia & Poland

-----Original Message-----
From: Momteller@aol.com [mailto:Momteller@aol.com]
Sent: Monday, December 11, 2000 4:28 PM
To: Hungarian SIG
Subject: Sussa--a Yiddish name?


<< Vivian Kahn e-mailed me about some Schweids in a Yiskor book and she
mentioned a relative with the name of "Sussa Malka". The name "Sussa" is my

Yiddish name but there is a discrepancy. Can anyone out there clear it up?

My father always told me it was Sussa but my great-uncle wrote a one-page
family tree, (hand written,) that my great -grandmother, my namesake, was
named: Sosza (which would be pronounced: "Shosa".) Which is it? Where
does this name come from? Did my great-uncle just spell it wrong?

Susan Stone
Evanston, IL

From: Momteller@aol.com
Full-name: Momteller
Message-ID: <f4.4c3bb96.274c0723@aol.com>
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 12:13:07 EST
Subject: Re: SCHWEDE/Sarkosujlak
To: Lmagyar@en.com

Hi Louis, It is me again.....Vivian Kahn e-mailed me about some Schweids in
a
Yiskor book and she mentioned a relative with the above name. The name
"Sussa" is my Yiddish name but there is a discrepancy I thought maybe you
could help or I will put it on the main list...

My father always told me it was Sussa but my great-uncle wrote it in a
one-page family tree, hand written, that my great -grandmother, whom I am
named after, was named:

Sosza (which would be pronounced: "Shosa".) Which is it? Where does this

name come from?

thank you,
Susan

Szia! Lou is in Israel until the end of the year so Marc Polster and I will
be moderating the list. Please bear with us! We'll do the best we can but
Lou's a hard act to follow. In response to Susan's question, my guess is
that Sosza (pronounced Shosa) is a Hungarian version of the name Susan.
It's spelled Zsuzsa ( which I think is pronounced Shoosha) in Hungarian.
Can anyone confirm this? Vivian Kahn


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: Sussa--a Yiddish name? #hungary

Leslie Gyi <leslie.gyi@...>
 

My Hungarian mother told me that "Szasza" as in Gabor was a popular
Hungarian name meaning Susanah. She said that it was not necessarily a
Jewish name, but was adopted by alot of Jewish people, because of its
popularity at the time as a name. I believe the Jewish (don't know if that
comes >from Hebrew or Yiddish and would need my dictionary to look that one
up) version is Shosannah (so says my Ukrainian researcher says as well).

I also have an Aunt Sophie, who was >from the former Maramaros County,
Hungary now Maramures County, Romania. The family referred to her as
'Souza', 'Sosza' and 'Sussa', I think cause they were trying to spell
phonetically what they were saying. Course this is the same family, where
the father by the name of Chaim with 10 children, 7 immigrating to the US, 4
with Social Security numbers, and each entered on the SS-5 application the
name of their father as Chaim, Henry, Harvey and Herbert. Between the
differences in transliteration and usage, I don't think the name translation
is an exact science.

Leslie Gyi nee FEIG
Researching FEIGs anywhere
POLLAKs in Carpathia
GOLDENBERGs in Carpathia & Poland
HAJNIKs in Carpathia & Poland

-----Original Message-----
From: Momteller@aol.com [mailto:Momteller@aol.com]
Sent: Monday, December 11, 2000 4:28 PM
To: Hungarian SIG
Subject: Sussa--a Yiddish name?


<< Vivian Kahn e-mailed me about some Schweids in a Yiskor book and she
mentioned a relative with the name of "Sussa Malka". The name "Sussa" is my

Yiddish name but there is a discrepancy. Can anyone out there clear it up?

My father always told me it was Sussa but my great-uncle wrote a one-page
family tree, (hand written,) that my great -grandmother, my namesake, was
named: Sosza (which would be pronounced: "Shosa".) Which is it? Where
does this name come from? Did my great-uncle just spell it wrong?

Susan Stone
Evanston, IL

From: Momteller@aol.com
Full-name: Momteller
Message-ID: <f4.4c3bb96.274c0723@aol.com>
Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2000 12:13:07 EST
Subject: Re: SCHWEDE/Sarkosujlak
To: Lmagyar@en.com

Hi Louis, It is me again.....Vivian Kahn e-mailed me about some Schweids in
a
Yiskor book and she mentioned a relative with the above name. The name
"Sussa" is my Yiddish name but there is a discrepancy I thought maybe you
could help or I will put it on the main list...

My father always told me it was Sussa but my great-uncle wrote it in a
one-page family tree, hand written, that my great -grandmother, whom I am
named after, was named:

Sosza (which would be pronounced: "Shosa".) Which is it? Where does this

name come from?

thank you,
Susan

Szia! Lou is in Israel until the end of the year so Marc Polster and I will
be moderating the list. Please bear with us! We'll do the best we can but
Lou's a hard act to follow. In response to Susan's question, my guess is
that Sosza (pronounced Shosa) is a Hungarian version of the name Susan.
It's spelled Zsuzsa ( which I think is pronounced Shoosha) in Hungarian.
Can anyone confirm this? Vivian Kahn


Re: Tax Census 1828 LDS film #hungary

David and BethLong <dnblong@...>
 

Leslie,

In the 1828 Land Census, only Jews are identified by religion; the religion of others is not noted.

Beth Long

-----Original Message-----
From: Leslie Gyi [SMTP:leslie.gyi@businessengine.com]
Sent: Monday, December 11, 2000 7:24 PM
To: Hungarian SIG
Cc: Gary Luke
Subject: RE: Tax Census 1828 LDS film

Was religion identified for everyone, or just Jews? I just looked at one
townhall's records where there was just one register, with a column for
religion, and everyones religion is recorded (Catholic, Calvinist, etc).
This was the only town I saw that had everyone in one register with a column
for religious identificiation. All other town's visited, the registers were
by religion, but everyone's religion was identified. I believe this is the
case due to records keeping being initially religious for BMD, and then
migrating to a civil responsibility, for civil purposes (taxation and
military recruitment which was previously the responsibility of the landed
aristocracy until it became a governmental responsibility).

Leslie Gyi nee FEIG
Researching FEIGs in Carpathia
POLLAKs in Carpathia
GOLDENBERGs in Carpathia & Poland
HAJNIKs in Carpathia & Poland


Hungary SIG #Hungary RE: Tax Census 1828 LDS film #hungary

David and BethLong <dnblong@...>
 

Leslie,

In the 1828 Land Census, only Jews are identified by religion; the religion of others is not noted.

Beth Long

-----Original Message-----
From: Leslie Gyi [SMTP:leslie.gyi@businessengine.com]
Sent: Monday, December 11, 2000 7:24 PM
To: Hungarian SIG
Cc: Gary Luke
Subject: RE: Tax Census 1828 LDS film

Was religion identified for everyone, or just Jews? I just looked at one
townhall's records where there was just one register, with a column for
religion, and everyones religion is recorded (Catholic, Calvinist, etc).
This was the only town I saw that had everyone in one register with a column
for religious identificiation. All other town's visited, the registers were
by religion, but everyone's religion was identified. I believe this is the
case due to records keeping being initially religious for BMD, and then
migrating to a civil responsibility, for civil purposes (taxation and
military recruitment which was previously the responsibility of the landed
aristocracy until it became a governmental responsibility).

Leslie Gyi nee FEIG
Researching FEIGs in Carpathia
POLLAKs in Carpathia
GOLDENBERGs in Carpathia & Poland
HAJNIKs in Carpathia & Poland


Re: Adopted Children - The Family Tree issue of how and whether to place #general

Jeff Kalish <JKALISH1@...>
 

The way I learned creating family trees was circles for females,
squares for males, an X inside for deceased, straight lines
connecting M and F for marriage, // for a divorce, a straight
vertical line for "genetic" children and IIRC, a squiggly
vertical line for adopted children.

There is no reason to exclude spouses/children of adoptees.
In fact, I'd argue just the opposite. Certainly, children of
adoptees are related to their parents. Isn't that what family
trees are all about?

Regards,
Jeff


reply to Igor Mogielnicki #general

Joyce Field <jfield@...>
 

I tried to respond to Igor Mogielnicki privately, but my message bounced.

Check the Krakow ghetto database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/KrakowGhetto.htm. There are some
Schwarzers listed.

Joyce Field
JewishGen VP Research
jfield@jewishgen.org


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Adopted Children - The Family Tree issue of how and whether to place #general

Jeff Kalish <JKALISH1@...>
 

The way I learned creating family trees was circles for females,
squares for males, an X inside for deceased, straight lines
connecting M and F for marriage, // for a divorce, a straight
vertical line for "genetic" children and IIRC, a squiggly
vertical line for adopted children.

There is no reason to exclude spouses/children of adoptees.
In fact, I'd argue just the opposite. Certainly, children of
adoptees are related to their parents. Isn't that what family
trees are all about?

Regards,
Jeff


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen reply to Igor Mogielnicki #general

Joyce Field <jfield@...>
 

I tried to respond to Igor Mogielnicki privately, but my message bounced.

Check the Krakow ghetto database at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/KrakowGhetto.htm. There are some
Schwarzers listed.

Joyce Field
JewishGen VP Research
jfield@jewishgen.org


Grodek Jagiellonski Yizkor book (part of it) is on the web! #galicia

Mike Kalt <mkalt@...>
 

Greetings,

I am delighted to announce that portions of the Grodek Jagiellonski (aka
Gorodok, Grayding, Griding) Yizkor book are now on the JewishGen Yizkor Book
web site at http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/gorodok/gorodok.html.

Yigal Walt is in the process of translating the entire book, and I have put
what he has completed so far on the web site. I will add additional
sections as they are translated.

Thanks to Benjamin Kraut, Ken Wiener, and Melody Katz for their
contributions to the translation fund for the book.

Also, I am working on a ShtetlLinks page for Grodek Jagiellonski, which will
include several pictures I took on a visit there a few months ago. I am
hoping to have that site ready in a week or two. If anyone has anything
they would like to be added to the site, let me know.

If you have any questions about either of these sites, let me know.

Mike Kalt
mkalt@nc.rr.com


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Grodek Jagiellonski Yizkor book (part of it) is on the web! #galicia

Mike Kalt <mkalt@...>
 

Greetings,

I am delighted to announce that portions of the Grodek Jagiellonski (aka
Gorodok, Grayding, Griding) Yizkor book are now on the JewishGen Yizkor Book
web site at http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/gorodok/gorodok.html.

Yigal Walt is in the process of translating the entire book, and I have put
what he has completed so far on the web site. I will add additional
sections as they are translated.

Thanks to Benjamin Kraut, Ken Wiener, and Melody Katz for their
contributions to the translation fund for the book.

Also, I am working on a ShtetlLinks page for Grodek Jagiellonski, which will
include several pictures I took on a visit there a few months ago. I am
hoping to have that site ready in a week or two. If anyone has anything
they would like to be added to the site, let me know.

If you have any questions about either of these sites, let me know.

Mike Kalt
mkalt@nc.rr.com


Tibor Porges - Author #galicia

Joyce Eastman <wldwoman@...>
 

After being pointed to the direction of the Porges website, by different
people >from the various digests I post in (including the webmaster,
himself), I find that my cousin, Tibor Porges is the author of a book of
poetry. The title of the book is "Judeas Odysee", which was published in
Santiago, Chile in 1967 (PT 2631 073 38). This book is apparently written
in german.

If anyone has a copy of this book that they would be willing to sell (or
knows of someone who has the book that might be willing to sell it), please
contact me privately at: wldwoman@bestnetpc.com. I have searched the
internet for it with no success.

Incidently, if you are related to anyone with the surname of Porges, the
website is: www.porges.net/porges. You may find out some interesting
information about your relative.


Joyce Eastman
Orange City, FL USA


Re: Czernowitz and Rom-Sig #galicia

Margaret Thornhill <thornhillgreif@...>
 

Shelley wrote:


Researchers
with roots in Bukovina will probably find more assistance in Rom-SIG
than in Gesher Galicia. <http://www.jewishgen.org/romsig/>
Shelley,
With respect, there seems to have been a migration pattern >from towns on the
Galician border to Czernowitz. This occurred around the year 1910 in my husband's
family. His father's "roots" were in Galicia, (Kolomyya) but his sibling was born
in Bukovina.
I have found many wonderful contacts through this list.
I'm not trying to suggest that you change your focus, but Bruce Wexler's post was
of interest to me, and probably to others with a similar geographic history in
their families who have contacted me about pooled research.

Margaret

Searching: GREIF (Kolomyya, Czernowitz, Wien); LEWIN (Czernowitz); FRANKEL
(Kolomyya, Czernowitz, Wien)


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Tibor Porges - Author #galicia

Joyce Eastman <wldwoman@...>
 

After being pointed to the direction of the Porges website, by different
people >from the various digests I post in (including the webmaster,
himself), I find that my cousin, Tibor Porges is the author of a book of
poetry. The title of the book is "Judeas Odysee", which was published in
Santiago, Chile in 1967 (PT 2631 073 38). This book is apparently written
in german.

If anyone has a copy of this book that they would be willing to sell (or
knows of someone who has the book that might be willing to sell it), please
contact me privately at: wldwoman@bestnetpc.com. I have searched the
internet for it with no success.

Incidently, if you are related to anyone with the surname of Porges, the
website is: www.porges.net/porges. You may find out some interesting
information about your relative.


Joyce Eastman
Orange City, FL USA


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Re:Czernowitz and Rom-Sig #galicia

Margaret Thornhill <thornhillgreif@...>
 

Shelley wrote:


Researchers
with roots in Bukovina will probably find more assistance in Rom-SIG
than in Gesher Galicia. <http://www.jewishgen.org/romsig/>
Shelley,
With respect, there seems to have been a migration pattern >from towns on the
Galician border to Czernowitz. This occurred around the year 1910 in my husband's
family. His father's "roots" were in Galicia, (Kolomyya) but his sibling was born
in Bukovina.
I have found many wonderful contacts through this list.
I'm not trying to suggest that you change your focus, but Bruce Wexler's post was
of interest to me, and probably to others with a similar geographic history in
their families who have contacted me about pooled research.

Margaret

Searching: GREIF (Kolomyya, Czernowitz, Wien); LEWIN (Czernowitz); FRANKEL
(Kolomyya, Czernowitz, Wien)


Re: Czernowitz #galicia

Leslie Gyi <leslie.gyi@...>
 

Maybe I am missing something here, but Czernowitz is in the Ukraine. It is
not in Romania, and there is no more Galicia. Are the SIG divisions based
on current nation states or historical? Also its names on current maps is
either Chernivtsi or Cernivci, depending on the whether
it is a Russian or Ukrainian era map, and the transliteration system used
for Cyrllic to English. According to my Ukrainian Researcher, Chernivtsi is
the most accurate rendition into English.

Using this very same logic applied here, Transylvania, where my ancestors
are from, was Hungarian, and therefore should be part of the Hungarian SIG,
not the Romanian SIG (and there isn't even a Ukrainian SIG that I know of)
or should be treated as a region, e.g. Carpathia (the equivalent of looking
at Bukovina as a region), independent of current national boundaries?

As for researching areas that have been under many legal jurisdictions, I
have found it not only beneficial, but almost necessary to belong to several
SIGs as is the case of Carpathia, which spent the majority of its history
under Hungary, is currently divided between Romania and Ukraine, and in the
past had various portions under the jurisdiction of Galacia, Poland,
Czechoslovakia, Austro-Hungary and Russian; and therefore belong to the
Hungarian SIG, Romanian SIG, Galacian SIG and German SIG. The information
received >from these SIGs then needs to be pieced together.

Leslie Gyi nee FEIG
Researching FEIGs anywhere
POLLAKs in Carpathia
GOLDENBERGs in Carpathia & Poland
HAJNIKs in Carpathia & Poland

-----Original Message-----
From: Shelley K. Pollero [mailto:rkpollero@starpower.net]
Sent: Tuesday, December 12, 2000 3:49 PM
To: Gesher Galicia SIG
Subject: Re: Czernowitz


Bruce Wexler wrote in part that he has "about 13 pages in German about
the city of Czernowitz."

Several years ago, Gesher Galicia (GG) and ROM-SIG agreed that ROM-SIG
would focus on Bukovina (incl. Czernowitz). GG no longer lists
Czernowitz information in our Family Finder and the following appears as
part of GG's InfoFile on our web site:

BUKOVINA
Acquired by the Austrian Empire >from the Ottoman Empire in 1775.
Merged with Galicia in 1787.
Administered as a separate province after 1849.
Included within the area of focus of the Romanian Special Interest
Group, Rom-SIG. Bukovina shares with Romania a history of Turkish and
Romanian administration that was not experienced by Galicia. Researchers
with roots in Bukovina will probably find more assistance in Rom-SIG
than in Gesher Galicia. <http://www.jewishgen.org/romsig/>

Shelley Kellerman Pollero, Coordinator
Gesher Galicia
Severna Park, Maryland
rkpollero@starpower.net


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia RE: Czernowitz #galicia

Leslie Gyi <leslie.gyi@...>
 

Maybe I am missing something here, but Czernowitz is in the Ukraine. It is
not in Romania, and there is no more Galicia. Are the SIG divisions based
on current nation states or historical? Also its names on current maps is
either Chernivtsi or Cernivci, depending on the whether
it is a Russian or Ukrainian era map, and the transliteration system used
for Cyrllic to English. According to my Ukrainian Researcher, Chernivtsi is
the most accurate rendition into English.

Using this very same logic applied here, Transylvania, where my ancestors
are from, was Hungarian, and therefore should be part of the Hungarian SIG,
not the Romanian SIG (and there isn't even a Ukrainian SIG that I know of)
or should be treated as a region, e.g. Carpathia (the equivalent of looking
at Bukovina as a region), independent of current national boundaries?

As for researching areas that have been under many legal jurisdictions, I
have found it not only beneficial, but almost necessary to belong to several
SIGs as is the case of Carpathia, which spent the majority of its history
under Hungary, is currently divided between Romania and Ukraine, and in the
past had various portions under the jurisdiction of Galacia, Poland,
Czechoslovakia, Austro-Hungary and Russian; and therefore belong to the
Hungarian SIG, Romanian SIG, Galacian SIG and German SIG. The information
received >from these SIGs then needs to be pieced together.

Leslie Gyi nee FEIG
Researching FEIGs anywhere
POLLAKs in Carpathia
GOLDENBERGs in Carpathia & Poland
HAJNIKs in Carpathia & Poland

-----Original Message-----
From: Shelley K. Pollero [mailto:rkpollero@starpower.net]
Sent: Tuesday, December 12, 2000 3:49 PM
To: Gesher Galicia SIG
Subject: Re: Czernowitz


Bruce Wexler wrote in part that he has "about 13 pages in German about
the city of Czernowitz."

Several years ago, Gesher Galicia (GG) and ROM-SIG agreed that ROM-SIG
would focus on Bukovina (incl. Czernowitz). GG no longer lists
Czernowitz information in our Family Finder and the following appears as
part of GG's InfoFile on our web site:

BUKOVINA
Acquired by the Austrian Empire >from the Ottoman Empire in 1775.
Merged with Galicia in 1787.
Administered as a separate province after 1849.
Included within the area of focus of the Romanian Special Interest
Group, Rom-SIG. Bukovina shares with Romania a history of Turkish and
Romanian administration that was not experienced by Galicia. Researchers
with roots in Bukovina will probably find more assistance in Rom-SIG
than in Gesher Galicia. <http://www.jewishgen.org/romsig/>

Shelley Kellerman Pollero, Coordinator
Gesher Galicia
Severna Park, Maryland
rkpollero@starpower.net


Grand Opening of The JewishGenMall #ciechanow #poland

stanz@...
 

Fwd >from Susan King

Just in time for the holidays! WHEW!!!

After dedicating nearly a year to construct our newest offering,
JewishGen's persistent team of Mall managers is very pleased to
announce
the grand opening of The JewishGen Mall on Monday Dec 4th,
2000.

We believe we have created a user friendly place for your holiday
shopping.
Our mall managers have found books, software and videos of
genealogical
interest to tempt you. In the new year we will constantly be adding
new
products, so be certain to keep looking in.

We invite all of you to come on in and see the huge collection of
the very
books, videos (under construction) and software some of you have
been
asking about. The URL is:

http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgenmall

To avoid any misunderstandings, it will be helpful to know that the
concept
behind launching the JewishGenMall is similar to that of any
Museum Shop
you have visited. The intent is simply to generate additional revenue
to
continue support of JewishGen projects and services that
rely on
our operational budget.

The JewishGenMall will not compete with online "discounters" or
other
publishers, or be competitive with the pricing of other e-tailers. We
are
presenting another avenue for you to acquire products that will not
only
benefit your research, but at the same time provide additional
financial
resources for JewishGen.

Over the last few months, you have seen messages >from our Vice
President of
Business and Corporate Development indicating that our
operational budget
sometimes falls short of our projected needs. You'll also recall that
the
operational budget supports all the mailing lists, websites and
server
needs that carry the many databases. The JewishGenMall will be
an enjoyable
way for you to continue to support JewishGen today and well into
the future..

Today you will find no less than 500 products -- >from books to
software to
videos -- that cover almost every area of research. And this is just
the
beginning!

In honor of the launch, we are offering at special introductory prices
on
some special items and Gift Certificates for the holidays. Make
sure you
click on the 'Specials' button today... and look for similar specials
each
time you log on to The JewishGen Mall in the future.

There are many exciting new developments on the drawing board
for The
JewishGenMall in the future.

Our challenge to you today is simply this. If everyone of the 90,000
unique visitors to our website, the 45,000 submitters to the JGFF
and the
15,000 subscribers to the mailing lists made at least one small
purchase
every six months >from The JewishGenMall, you will be making a
significant
contribution to helping JewishGen help you in your research!

Help us make it happen! Go now to
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgenmall/
Please join with us today to celebrate the Grand Opening of The
JewishGenMall and say thanks to the extraordinary volunteer effort
of Sandy
and Don Hirschhorn, John Berman and Carol Skydell.

Susan


#Ciechanow #Poland Grand Opening of The JewishGenMall #ciechanow #poland

stanz@...
 

Fwd >from Susan King

Just in time for the holidays! WHEW!!!

After dedicating nearly a year to construct our newest offering,
JewishGen's persistent team of Mall managers is very pleased to
announce
the grand opening of The JewishGen Mall on Monday Dec 4th,
2000.

We believe we have created a user friendly place for your holiday
shopping.
Our mall managers have found books, software and videos of
genealogical
interest to tempt you. In the new year we will constantly be adding
new
products, so be certain to keep looking in.

We invite all of you to come on in and see the huge collection of
the very
books, videos (under construction) and software some of you have
been
asking about. The URL is:

http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgenmall

To avoid any misunderstandings, it will be helpful to know that the
concept
behind launching the JewishGenMall is similar to that of any
Museum Shop
you have visited. The intent is simply to generate additional revenue
to
continue support of JewishGen projects and services that
rely on
our operational budget.

The JewishGenMall will not compete with online "discounters" or
other
publishers, or be competitive with the pricing of other e-tailers. We
are
presenting another avenue for you to acquire products that will not
only
benefit your research, but at the same time provide additional
financial
resources for JewishGen.

Over the last few months, you have seen messages >from our Vice
President of
Business and Corporate Development indicating that our
operational budget
sometimes falls short of our projected needs. You'll also recall that
the
operational budget supports all the mailing lists, websites and
server
needs that carry the many databases. The JewishGenMall will be
an enjoyable
way for you to continue to support JewishGen today and well into
the future..

Today you will find no less than 500 products -- >from books to
software to
videos -- that cover almost every area of research. And this is just
the
beginning!

In honor of the launch, we are offering at special introductory prices
on
some special items and Gift Certificates for the holidays. Make
sure you
click on the 'Specials' button today... and look for similar specials
each
time you log on to The JewishGen Mall in the future.

There are many exciting new developments on the drawing board
for The
JewishGenMall in the future.

Our challenge to you today is simply this. If everyone of the 90,000
unique visitors to our website, the 45,000 submitters to the JGFF
and the
15,000 subscribers to the mailing lists made at least one small
purchase
every six months >from The JewishGenMall, you will be making a
significant
contribution to helping JewishGen help you in your research!

Help us make it happen! Go now to
http://www.jewishgen.org/jewishgenmall/
Please join with us today to celebrate the Grand Opening of The
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Looking for a Thesis Paper - The Jews in Lvov - 1939-1944 #galicia

Josef A. Herz <josef@...>
 

The Lvov web site has a reference (Credit, Abstract, Contents) for a
Thesis paper written by Eliyahy Yones, written in Sept. 1993 - The
Jews of Lvov during the Second World War and in the Holocaust -
1939-1944. The actually body of the paper is NOT on the site.

Has anyone actually seen the document? read the content? Have a copy
of the paper?

Thank you in advance.
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Josef Herz


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia Looking for a Thesis Paper - The Jews in Lvov - 1939-1944 #galicia

Josef A. Herz <josef@...>
 

The Lvov web site has a reference (Credit, Abstract, Contents) for a
Thesis paper written by Eliyahy Yones, written in Sept. 1993 - The
Jews of Lvov during the Second World War and in the Holocaust -
1939-1944. The actually body of the paper is NOT on the site.

Has anyone actually seen the document? read the content? Have a copy
of the paper?

Thank you in advance.
--
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Josef Herz