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Where is "Lubo, Russland"? #general

Jake Jacobs
 

My g'grandparents' ship manifest out of Hamburg, Germany in 1887 lists
their last residence as "Lubo, Russland." Does anybody have any idea
where this might be?

Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Where is "Lubo, Russland"? #general

Jake Jacobs
 

My g'grandparents' ship manifest out of Hamburg, Germany in 1887 lists
their last residence as "Lubo, Russland." Does anybody have any idea
where this might be?

Diane Jacobs
Austin, Texas


Vilna-Belarus: Shtetl-Based Tree Now Available #general

Adam Cherson
 

Dear Vilna and Belarus Area Researchers,

After several months of intensive data crunching, the initial phase of
the Divenishok (Dieveniskes) Ancestral Tree (DAT) is complete. There are
over 6,000 individual entries on the tree, each one documented and
sourced, some including photographs and papers. The entries are sourced
from the Divenishok Yizkor Book, the All Lithuania Database, the Yad
Vashem Database, Devenishker Verein records, and individual family
trees.

A list of surnames in the DAT is available here:

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/dieveniskes/SurnameReport.html

Anyone having, or having reason to believe there is, an ancestor in
Divenishok or one of the immediately neighboring communities of
Benakani, Eshishok, Gavya, Heranion, Ivya, Kalelishok, Lipnishok,
Olshan, Radin, Soletchnik, Subotnik, Traby, Vishneva, Volozhin,
Voronova, Yashuni, or Yuratishki, is well advised to include the DAT in
their research routine.

For more information about accessing the full DAT please visit the
Dieveniskes Kehilalinks site:

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/dieveniskes/tree.html

Best Wishes and Good Results,
Adam Cherson
Data Manager: Divenishok Ancestral Tree
Website Manager: Dieveniskes Kehilalinks


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Vilna-Belarus: Shtetl-Based Tree Now Available #general

Adam Cherson
 

Dear Vilna and Belarus Area Researchers,

After several months of intensive data crunching, the initial phase of
the Divenishok (Dieveniskes) Ancestral Tree (DAT) is complete. There are
over 6,000 individual entries on the tree, each one documented and
sourced, some including photographs and papers. The entries are sourced
from the Divenishok Yizkor Book, the All Lithuania Database, the Yad
Vashem Database, Devenishker Verein records, and individual family
trees.

A list of surnames in the DAT is available here:

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/dieveniskes/SurnameReport.html

Anyone having, or having reason to believe there is, an ancestor in
Divenishok or one of the immediately neighboring communities of
Benakani, Eshishok, Gavya, Heranion, Ivya, Kalelishok, Lipnishok,
Olshan, Radin, Soletchnik, Subotnik, Traby, Vishneva, Volozhin,
Voronova, Yashuni, or Yuratishki, is well advised to include the DAT in
their research routine.

For more information about accessing the full DAT please visit the
Dieveniskes Kehilalinks site:

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/dieveniskes/tree.html

Best Wishes and Good Results,
Adam Cherson
Data Manager: Divenishok Ancestral Tree
Website Manager: Dieveniskes Kehilalinks


Re: Translations Polish to English, REINSTEIN mother's town #general

Bette Mas
 

Mady Land posted two birth records in Polish to Viewmate and wrote:
< I'm trying to determine the correct town name, and therefore its
location of: Malke PELLER, mother of both Wigder and Lea. JRI-Poland
extraction says Pohorlowka, but I cannot locate it in the town finder
or communities database. The father's (Chune REINSTEIN) town is
Kudrynce. >
---

When trying to identify an unknown town, search JewishGen Gazetteer by
distance and direction >from a known location or by radius within 30
miles.

JewishGen Gazetteer
< https://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/LocTown.asp >
Two villages named Kudrintsy (Kudrynce), Ukraine located at 4837 2618
and 4837 2617.

JewishGen Gazetteer-Radius Search
< https://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/LocRad.asp >
Possible village Pogorelovka 4833 2558 15.9 miles WSW of Kudrynce.
Pogorelovka, Pogorl'outi, Pogoryluvka, Pogrylowka, Pohorlauti, Pohoryloowka
On current Google map, town name is Pohorilivka.

JewishGen Gazetteer search for sounds like Pohorlowka in Ukraine same
result Pogorelovka 4833 2558.

This is obviously the town you are looking for.

Gesher Galicia Galician Town Locator
< https://www.geshergalicia.org/galician-town-locator/ >
Kudrynce was in Borszczow administrative district and Mielnica Jewish
district. Per Google, Pohorilivka is in Zastavnivskyi district. Zastavna
was not in Galicia but just across the border in Bukovina therefore not
found in Galician Town Locator.

Bette Stoop Mas
USA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Translations Polish to English, REINSTEIN mother's town #general

Bette Mas
 

Mady Land posted two birth records in Polish to Viewmate and wrote:
< I'm trying to determine the correct town name, and therefore its
location of: Malke PELLER, mother of both Wigder and Lea. JRI-Poland
extraction says Pohorlowka, but I cannot locate it in the town finder
or communities database. The father's (Chune REINSTEIN) town is
Kudrynce. >
---

When trying to identify an unknown town, search JewishGen Gazetteer by
distance and direction >from a known location or by radius within 30
miles.

JewishGen Gazetteer
< https://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/LocTown.asp >
Two villages named Kudrintsy (Kudrynce), Ukraine located at 4837 2618
and 4837 2617.

JewishGen Gazetteer-Radius Search
< https://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/LocRad.asp >
Possible village Pogorelovka 4833 2558 15.9 miles WSW of Kudrynce.
Pogorelovka, Pogorl'outi, Pogoryluvka, Pogrylowka, Pohorlauti, Pohoryloowka
On current Google map, town name is Pohorilivka.

JewishGen Gazetteer search for sounds like Pohorlowka in Ukraine same
result Pogorelovka 4833 2558.

This is obviously the town you are looking for.

Gesher Galicia Galician Town Locator
< https://www.geshergalicia.org/galician-town-locator/ >
Kudrynce was in Borszczow administrative district and Mielnica Jewish
district. Per Google, Pohorilivka is in Zastavnivskyi district. Zastavna
was not in Galicia but just across the border in Bukovina therefore not
found in Galician Town Locator.

Bette Stoop Mas
USA


Re: Translations Polish to English, REINSTEIN mother's town #general

Sally Bruckheimer
 

Many people can't find towns in the Jewish Communities Database on
Jewishgen.  Mady Land is today's version. But for all of them, I
recommend the Gazetteer on Jewishgen.  I always use it, as it includes
*all* the places where Jews might have lived, not just the big communities. 
In this case, there is a long list of towns named Pohorlowka, or the more
Russian spelling Pogrelowka (Russian lacks a letter with the 'h' sound).
Why there are so many, I can't say, but in the US there are many common
city names.

So I recommend everyone use the Jewishgen Gazetteer instead of the Jewish
Communities Database.

Sally Bruckheimer
Princeton, NJ

MODERATOR NOTE: The JewishGen Gazetteer and the JewishGen Communities
Database differ in several respects, which are summarized in the table
here:

https://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/About.htm


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Translations Polish to English, REINSTEIN mother's town #general

Sally Bruckheimer
 

Many people can't find towns in the Jewish Communities Database on
Jewishgen.  Mady Land is today's version. But for all of them, I
recommend the Gazetteer on Jewishgen.  I always use it, as it includes
*all* the places where Jews might have lived, not just the big communities. 
In this case, there is a long list of towns named Pohorlowka, or the more
Russian spelling Pogrelowka (Russian lacks a letter with the 'h' sound).
Why there are so many, I can't say, but in the US there are many common
city names.

So I recommend everyone use the Jewishgen Gazetteer instead of the Jewish
Communities Database.

Sally Bruckheimer
Princeton, NJ

MODERATOR NOTE: The JewishGen Gazetteer and the JewishGen Communities
Database differ in several respects, which are summarized in the table
here:

https://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/About.htm


May's reminders. An addition. #unitedkingdom

Raymond Montanjees
 

Apologies. Another JGSGB event to be added to May's list.

The Leeds group will be holding a meeting with a speaker on the of 14th May,
when Dr Anne Brooke will give a talk entitled, ' The Jews of Huddersfield '.

For further details - including location and timings - please contact
leedsregion@jgsgb.org.uk

Thanks you.

THE JGSGB PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

Raymond Montanjees


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom May's reminders. An addition. #unitedkingdom

Raymond Montanjees
 

Apologies. Another JGSGB event to be added to May's list.

The Leeds group will be holding a meeting with a speaker on the of 14th May,
when Dr Anne Brooke will give a talk entitled, ' The Jews of Huddersfield '.

For further details - including location and timings - please contact
leedsregion@jgsgb.org.uk

Thanks you.

THE JGSGB PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

Raymond Montanjees


Jewish cemetery Karmacs, Hungary #hungary

Traude Triebel
 

The Austrian Jewish Museum http://www.ojm.at has published on its site all
gravestones >from the almost forgotten little cemetery in Karmacs.
The cemetery was discovered coincidentally in 2007 by a friend of the
museum. All in all, she visited the place ? and took pictures ? five times
until 2018. Unfortunately, biographical data is sparse. However, the museum
wants to make sure that also the names >from this little cemetery will not be
forgotten. Several familiar names are to be found such as Österreicher,
Pollak, Rechnitzer, Fürst, Rosenberg ? There is, for example, the grave of
Ester Rechnitzer, d. 1855, wife of Abraham Rechnitzer who was born in 1780
in Rechnitz in (today?s) Burgenland.

Entry page:
http://www.ojm.at/blog/mitbringsel-souvenirs/karmacs/

The gravestones:
http://www.ojm.at/blog/thema/souvenirs/karmacs/

Archive:
http://www.ojm.at/blog/mitbringsel-souvenirs/karmacs/juedischer-friedhof-kar
macs-personenregister/

Traude Triebel
A-2700 Wr.Neustadt


Searching for COHEN of Muizenberg #southafrica

Rosalind
 

I believe I have done all I can online (correct me if I am wrong) to find
sons of Marks Leon COHEN, my great uncle.
Re have found Marks as Mark Leon in Maitland Cemetery 1908. (Moshe Leib)
His widow Esther Dora was found in Muizenberg Cemetery 1927.
Their three daughters all married and moved to Bulawayo.

I have the London JC to thank for a lot of information.

Per 1901 Irish Census the sons were Jacob aged 13 and Solomon aged 12.
Irish births in Cork (where they definitely lived) show Jacob born on 5 Dec
1887 and to the same parents Jacob born on Jan 6 1889.
There are minor doubts but after scouring every Cohen in Ireland I am
satisfied that they are the two boys on the Census.

There might be a Meier, same parents, same maiden name of mother, but in
Belfast. Meier does not appear on the 1901 census.
Strangely someone fitting Meier does indeed appear in a Cape Town
cemetery. Meier ben Moshe Leib Hakohain. Born in 1881 and died3 Sept 1974 at
93 yrs.

I have found a Jacob ben Moshe COHEN, died 1978, aged 80, of Muizenberg,
buried in Pinelands. Grave 15214
I have found a Sophia A bat Yerachmiel COHEN in grave 15213, whom I dare to
assume was his wife. She preceded him in 1971 aged 74 and the tombstones
show this.
Question !
Did anyone know these people ? Or their children? I am not totally convinced
they are the correct relatives.

Question 2
Who is the maven who knew everyone in Muizenberg?

Question 3
I can find only SA Jewish marriages online >from the late 1890s yet I
remember another list possibly of the Great Synagogue online. Can you direct
me to it please.
Question 4.
How do I go about ordering records of deaths, births or marriages in Cape
Town? I have no idea when these b and m events happened.

With many thanks for any help.
Ros Romem
Jerusalem


Hungary SIG #Hungary Jewish cemetery Karmacs, Hungary #hungary

Traude Triebel
 

The Austrian Jewish Museum http://www.ojm.at has published on its site all
gravestones >from the almost forgotten little cemetery in Karmacs.
The cemetery was discovered coincidentally in 2007 by a friend of the
museum. All in all, she visited the place ? and took pictures ? five times
until 2018. Unfortunately, biographical data is sparse. However, the museum
wants to make sure that also the names >from this little cemetery will not be
forgotten. Several familiar names are to be found such as Österreicher,
Pollak, Rechnitzer, Fürst, Rosenberg ? There is, for example, the grave of
Ester Rechnitzer, d. 1855, wife of Abraham Rechnitzer who was born in 1780
in Rechnitz in (today?s) Burgenland.

Entry page:
http://www.ojm.at/blog/mitbringsel-souvenirs/karmacs/

The gravestones:
http://www.ojm.at/blog/thema/souvenirs/karmacs/

Archive:
http://www.ojm.at/blog/mitbringsel-souvenirs/karmacs/juedischer-friedhof-kar
macs-personenregister/

Traude Triebel
A-2700 Wr.Neustadt


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica Searching for COHEN of Muizenberg #southafrica

Rosalind
 

I believe I have done all I can online (correct me if I am wrong) to find
sons of Marks Leon COHEN, my great uncle.
Re have found Marks as Mark Leon in Maitland Cemetery 1908. (Moshe Leib)
His widow Esther Dora was found in Muizenberg Cemetery 1927.
Their three daughters all married and moved to Bulawayo.

I have the London JC to thank for a lot of information.

Per 1901 Irish Census the sons were Jacob aged 13 and Solomon aged 12.
Irish births in Cork (where they definitely lived) show Jacob born on 5 Dec
1887 and to the same parents Jacob born on Jan 6 1889.
There are minor doubts but after scouring every Cohen in Ireland I am
satisfied that they are the two boys on the Census.

There might be a Meier, same parents, same maiden name of mother, but in
Belfast. Meier does not appear on the 1901 census.
Strangely someone fitting Meier does indeed appear in a Cape Town
cemetery. Meier ben Moshe Leib Hakohain. Born in 1881 and died3 Sept 1974 at
93 yrs.

I have found a Jacob ben Moshe COHEN, died 1978, aged 80, of Muizenberg,
buried in Pinelands. Grave 15214
I have found a Sophia A bat Yerachmiel COHEN in grave 15213, whom I dare to
assume was his wife. She preceded him in 1971 aged 74 and the tombstones
show this.
Question !
Did anyone know these people ? Or their children? I am not totally convinced
they are the correct relatives.

Question 2
Who is the maven who knew everyone in Muizenberg?

Question 3
I can find only SA Jewish marriages online >from the late 1890s yet I
remember another list possibly of the Great Synagogue online. Can you direct
me to it please.
Question 4.
How do I go about ordering records of deaths, births or marriages in Cape
Town? I have no idea when these b and m events happened.

With many thanks for any help.
Ros Romem
Jerusalem


JGS of Greater Orlando Presents: "How to Preserve and Save Family Documents and Photos" #general

Lin Herz <lin2@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Orlando (JGSGO), in collaboration with
the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS), presents:
"How to Protect and Save Family Documents and Photos," on Tuesday, May 1, 2018.
This program consists of two presentations on preserving, saving, and sharing your
precious family history items.

The first part of the meeting is a recorded lecture given by Christine Crawford-
Oppenheimer, MLS, presented at the International Association of Jewish Genealogical
Societies' 2017 conference held at the Disney Swan in 2017. Her presentation has
dozens of important methods to help you preserve your family photos and documents.
You likely have many crumbling old photos and documents that are critical parts of
your family history. Christine's talk will help you properly care for these
irreplaceable items. After the recorded lecture,, JGSGO Secretary Tom Hirsch will
show how to scan, stitch, save, share, and use these items in your genealogy.
Bring two photos or documents to have scanned, and a USB flash drive to save the
files.

DATE: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 TIME: 7:00 P.M.
ADMISSION: Free for members, $5 for guests, which can be applied to membership
LOCATION: Roth Jewish Community Center, 851 N. Maitland Ave., Maitland, FL 32751
Pre-registration is required for both online and in-person participation.

Register for online participation at: http://jgsgo.org/programs-jgsgo/
Register for in-person participation at:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-to-protect-and-save-your-family-documents-and-photos-tickets-45459769394

For more information contact Lin Herz:info@jgsgo.org JGSGO info line: 407-494-4230

Respectfully submitted,
Lin Herz
JGSGO Publicity Chairperson


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen JGS of Greater Orlando Presents: "How to Preserve and Save Family Documents and Photos" #general

Lin Herz <lin2@...>
 

The Jewish Genealogical Society of Greater Orlando (JGSGO), in collaboration with
the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS), presents:
"How to Protect and Save Family Documents and Photos," on Tuesday, May 1, 2018.
This program consists of two presentations on preserving, saving, and sharing your
precious family history items.

The first part of the meeting is a recorded lecture given by Christine Crawford-
Oppenheimer, MLS, presented at the International Association of Jewish Genealogical
Societies' 2017 conference held at the Disney Swan in 2017. Her presentation has
dozens of important methods to help you preserve your family photos and documents.
You likely have many crumbling old photos and documents that are critical parts of
your family history. Christine's talk will help you properly care for these
irreplaceable items. After the recorded lecture,, JGSGO Secretary Tom Hirsch will
show how to scan, stitch, save, share, and use these items in your genealogy.
Bring two photos or documents to have scanned, and a USB flash drive to save the
files.

DATE: Tuesday, May 1, 2018 TIME: 7:00 P.M.
ADMISSION: Free for members, $5 for guests, which can be applied to membership
LOCATION: Roth Jewish Community Center, 851 N. Maitland Ave., Maitland, FL 32751
Pre-registration is required for both online and in-person participation.

Register for online participation at: http://jgsgo.org/programs-jgsgo/
Register for in-person participation at:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-to-protect-and-save-your-family-documents-and-photos-tickets-45459769394

For more information contact Lin Herz:info@jgsgo.org JGSGO info line: 407-494-4230

Respectfully submitted,
Lin Herz
JGSGO Publicity Chairperson


Jewish cemetery Karmacs, Hungary #general

Traude Triebel
 

The Austrian Jewish Museum http://www.ojm.at has published on its site all
gravestones >from the almost forgotten little cemetery in Karmacs. The cemetery was
discovered coincidentally in 2007 by a friend of the museum. All in all, she
visited the place and took pictures five times until 2018. Unfortunately,
biographical data is sparse. However, the museum wants to make sure that also the
names >from this little cemetery will not be forgotten. Several familiar names are
to be found such as Oesterreicher, Pollak, Rechnitzer, Fuerst, Rosenberg etc. There
is, for example, the grave of Ester Rechnitzer, d. 1855, wife of Abraham
Rechnitzer who was born in 1780 in Rechnitz in (today's) Burgenland.

Entry page:
http://www.ojm.at/blog/mitbringsel-souvenirs/karmacs/

The gravestones:
http://www.ojm.at/blog/thema/souvenirs/karmacs/

Archive:
http://www.ojm.at/blog/mitbringsel-souvenirs/karmacs/juedischer-friedhof-karmacs-personenregister/
(MODERATOR https://tinyurl.com/yabayhd5 )
Traude Triebel
A-2700 Wiener Neustadt


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Jewish cemetery Karmacs, Hungary #general

Traude Triebel
 

The Austrian Jewish Museum http://www.ojm.at has published on its site all
gravestones >from the almost forgotten little cemetery in Karmacs. The cemetery was
discovered coincidentally in 2007 by a friend of the museum. All in all, she
visited the place and took pictures five times until 2018. Unfortunately,
biographical data is sparse. However, the museum wants to make sure that also the
names >from this little cemetery will not be forgotten. Several familiar names are
to be found such as Oesterreicher, Pollak, Rechnitzer, Fuerst, Rosenberg etc. There
is, for example, the grave of Ester Rechnitzer, d. 1855, wife of Abraham
Rechnitzer who was born in 1780 in Rechnitz in (today's) Burgenland.

Entry page:
http://www.ojm.at/blog/mitbringsel-souvenirs/karmacs/

The gravestones:
http://www.ojm.at/blog/thema/souvenirs/karmacs/

Archive:
http://www.ojm.at/blog/mitbringsel-souvenirs/karmacs/juedischer-friedhof-karmacs-personenregister/
(MODERATOR https://tinyurl.com/yabayhd5 )
Traude Triebel
A-2700 Wiener Neustadt


TWO MAJOR ANNOUNCEMENTS regarding the 2018 IAJGS conference in Warsaw #ciechanow #poland

bounce-3505732-772951@...
 

ONE: PRELIMINARY PROGRAM is available

The IAJGS 2018 Conference Program Committee is delighted to announce
the availability of the preliminary conference program.

While the program is subject to revision due to upcoming and
unanticipated scheduling needs, the basic framework of the conference
is now available and it should be a great help to those formulating
their conference plans.

At this moment, the preliminary program is accessible at:
www.iajgs2018.org/program_schedule.cfm

TWO: MEAL RESERVATIONS are available

The IAJGS Warsaw Conference Planning Team is delighted to announce
that registrants can now return to their registration forms and sign
up for the larger luncheons and Thursday evening Gala Banquet. To sign
up for a meal, you must first register for the conference, if you have
not already done so. Meal tickets may be purchased through the website
through July 23rd, and detailed instructions appear on the Conference
Registration Form.

The Meal Schedule in Summary:
Monday, August 6 JRI-Poland
Tuesday, August 7 Litvak SIG, JewishGen German-Jewish SIG
Wednesday, August 8 JewishGen Ukraine SIG, JewishGen Austria/Czech SIG
Thursday, August 9 JewishGen Belarus SIG & Conference Evening Gala Banquet
Speakers at the SIG luncheons will be announced at a later date.

Hours: Luncheons 12-1:30 p.m.; Banquet 7-9 p.m.

Costs: Luncheons ($32/person); Banquet ($62/person).

Meal options:
JRI-Poland luncheon: Kosher chicken or vegetarian.
Other SIG luncheons: Non-kosher buffet style; or pre-plated Kosher
chicken or Kosher vegetarian.
Banquet: Pre-plated chicken, fish, or vegetarian, kosher or non-kosher.
Medically based dietary restrictions that you told us about in the
registration form will be accommodated. If you have questions or
concerns you may contact the event planners at
eventplanner@iajgs2018.org.

Meals may be signed up for on the Attendee Service Center >from the
REGISTRATION menu on the Conference Home page www.iajgs2018.org. Sign
in with the Email address you used for registration and the password
from your confirmation message. On the Welcome page, Click Update Your
Info, then click Edit and continue through the registration form
adding information or meals as you go.

Watch for announcements about food offerings for lunchtime
get-togethers of smaller, country-focus, birds-of-a-feather, or
special interest groups.

See you in Warsaw - August 5-10, 2018

Dan Oren
IAJGS 2018 Warsaw Conference Listserv Communications
Woodbridge, Connecticut USA


Israel@70 #ciechanow #poland

bounce-3502424-772951@...
 

Yom Ha'Atzmaut 5778
April 19, 2018

Dear JewishGen Family,

In honor of Yom Ha'Atzmaut, and the 70th birthday of the State of Israel,
here are links to a few articles contained in various Yizkor Books that
JewishGen has translated. They contain first-hand accounts of the dreams,
yearnings, desires, and hardships that people experienced to reach the
land of Israel.

(1) Plonsk, Poland: "My Youth in Plonsk" - by David Ben-Gurion.
https://www.jewishgen.org/Yizkor/plonsk/plo031.html
This article >from the Plonsk, Poland Yizkor Book was written by the first
Prime Minister of Israel, and describes, in great detail, his desire to
embrace the Hebrew language, and to live in Israel >from a young age.

(2) "I Made Aliyah on the Eve of the Holocaust" (scroll down to p. 195) -
by Sarah Yasmin (Schwartzblat).
https://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/rokitnoye/rok179.html
Anyone who has read the Leon Uris book "Exodus" or seen the movie will
recognize this story written by a former resident of Roktyne (which is
included in the Roktyne, Ukraine Yizkor Book). Sarah writes of the
squalid conditions of the decrepit ships, the fears of people who knew
the chances to reach 'Eretz Yisroel' "were dim" and the British efforts
to turn away refugees.

(3) "In the days of the Second Aliyah" - by Rivka Machneimy (Holodenko).
https://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/bender/ben081.html
This article (>from the Bender, Moldova Yizkor Book) was written by the
daughter of Baruch Holodenko (a well-known educator, and delegate to the
Zionist Congress), who made Aliyah at the age of 17, and against the
wishes of her father.

4) ">from Divenishok to Eretz-Israel" (scroll down to page 119) - by
Khenye Harari. https://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/dieveniskes/die087.html
A small article (>from the Divenishok, Lithuania Yizkor Book) which
imparts the joy and anticipation the author felt as she approached Israel.

Wishing you all the best and Chag Sameach,

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org

41001 - 41020 of 658561