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ViewMate translation request - Polish for Sprince Winitz of Rozdol, Poland #galicia

Moishe Miller
 

Dear Group,

I would very much appreciate it if someone could help translate (or at
least give the basic details) of this document >from Poland:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32614

Can you please review Akt 53, the birth record of Sprince Winitz in
1884, >from Rozdol, Poland and translate the vital data?

Thank you very much,

Moishe Miller
Brooklyn, NY
moishe.miller@totalben.com


Gesher Galicia SIG #Galicia ViewMate translation request - Polish for Sprince Winitz of Rozdol, Poland #galicia

Moishe Miller
 

Dear Group,

I would very much appreciate it if someone could help translate (or at
least give the basic details) of this document >from Poland:

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM32614

Can you please review Akt 53, the birth record of Sprince Winitz in
1884, >from Rozdol, Poland and translate the vital data?

Thank you very much,

Moishe Miller
Brooklyn, NY
moishe.miller@totalben.com


Re: Hungarian name "Manci" #hungary

edelman@...
 

Hi all,

Thanks very much for your responses. I have the name "Manci" on the back
of many photos sent to her first cousin, my grandmother (who we called
"Ili", but I did not learn to fairly recently that this was short for
Ilona -- her formal name in the USA was Eleanor).

I had asked my 30-something multi-lingual female cousin born in Szolnok
and living in Budapest about Manci but she had no idea. (She and another
Hungarian-born person saw the name in script.) I searched
www.behindthename.com and via Google with no conclusive results, but
indeed neglected to first read the Given Names Databases at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/GivenNames/ and then use its search
engine http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/GivenNames/search.htm

>from my survey, one answer is dominant but there is some competition,
collectively:

Survey results:

Margit... IIIIIIIII
Margita... I
Margret...I
Margot... I
Marianne... I
Malvin (masculine?)... I
Magda/Magdolna... I
Amalia... I
Maria (rarely)... I
Suggestion that it was "Nanci"... I
Manci (as a given name, i.e. only this name was known): I

Also Hebrew version suggested as "Malka" and "Malke".
for persons who are named formally Margit.

So... now I am looking for "Margit Klein" and variants, born in about
the year 1915-17 in Puspokladany - as were her older and younger
siblings (already found their birth certs. via Family Search) - or in
Perecseny (to grandparents), Ungvar or somewhere in Ung megye where she
might have gone during WWI and where her older sister my grandma learnt
Slovak.

Thanks again!

*****

Original message:

>The great-aunt was identified as "Manci". I am not clear is this is
>short for another name.



--
Todd Edelman
Los Angeles
edelman@greenidea.eu

Researching:

EDELMAN (Spisska Nova Ves, Plavec, Hrabkov, Kosice, Tokaj, Mad),
FRIEDMAN (Plavec, Tokaj),
WEISBERGER (Medzilaborce)
POLSTER (Szepes and Saros megye; Kosice)

LICHTMANN (Budapest and all eastern Hungarian counties),
BERNAT (Klarafalva, Debrecen),
BLAU (Ung megye, Hajdu megye, Budapest)
KLEIN (Püspökladány, Hajduboszormeny, Debrecen),
KUNSZTLER (Budapest, Püspökladány, Perecseny, Uzhgorod, Bucharest),
SUSZHOLZ (Perecseny),
FRIEDMAN (Perechyn, Ung megye, Giralt(ovce), Saros megye, Budapest, NYC)
MALEK (Ruscova,Petrosani,Temesvar)
ICKOVITZ (Medzilaborce, Ruscova),
MOSKOVITZ (Michalovce, Sobrance)


Erno LICHTMANN married to Helen KLEIN of Perecseny #hungary

edelman@...
 

Hi,

While searching for something else on the YV Central Database I found
out that I have one more great-aunt than I thought I did!

Happy to find great aunt Helen - I already have some info on her side of
the family - but also Erno LICHTMAN(N) is a totally new name to me. He
was probably born between 1890 and 1895. He and Helen probably married
in what seems to be a big time for weddings: right after WWI. (I am
trolling slowly through records via Family Search.)

Any information is appreciated. I will search through old messages to
find out where records of WWI soldiers are kept.

Helen Klein was born in Perecseny in 1896 to Vilmos Klein and Fani
Kunsztler. (Perecseny was her mother's hometown; Hajduboszormeny was her
father's). Her younger siblings were born in Hajduboszormeny (Paulina,
1898 and Sandor, 1900) and Puspokladany (Bela, 1902).

Vilmos died of a heart-related ailment in Budapest in 1925, Bela died as
a laborer in Hungarian Army in Kiev in 1943, Fani and Helen died at
Auschwitz, Sandor (later Albert Kline) emigrated to the USA in 1922 and
died in 1955 and Paulina survived the War along with her husband Geza
Blau and later lived in Budapest.

Fani's younger sister Hermina (my grandmother) married a possibly
unrelated Erno Klein, possibly >from Biharnagybajom, which is nearby
Puspokladany where they and children lived.

Thank you,

--
Todd Edelman
Los Angeles
edelman@greenidea.eu

Researching:

EDELMAN (Spisska Nova Ves, Plavec, Hrabkov, Kosice, Tokaj, Mad),
FRIEDMAN (Plavec, Tokaj),
WEISBERGER (Medzilaborce)
POLSTER (Szepes and Saros megye; Kosice)

LICHTMANN (Budapest and all eastern Hungarian counties),
BERNAT (Klarafalva, Debrecen),
BLAU (Ung megye, Hajdu megye, Budapest)
KLEIN (Püspökladány, Hajduboszormeny, Debrecen),
KUNSZTLER (Budapest, Püspökladány, Perecseny, Uzhgorod, Bucharest),
SUSZHOLZ (Perecseny),
FRIEDMAN (Perechyn, Ung megye, Giralt(ovce), Saros megye, Budapest, NYC)
MALEK (Ruscova,Petrosani,Temesvar)
ICKOVITZ (Medzilaborce, Ruscova),
MOSKOVITZ (Michalovce, Sobrance)


Hungary SIG #Hungary re: Hungarian name "Manci" #hungary

edelman@...
 

Hi all,

Thanks very much for your responses. I have the name "Manci" on the back
of many photos sent to her first cousin, my grandmother (who we called
"Ili", but I did not learn to fairly recently that this was short for
Ilona -- her formal name in the USA was Eleanor).

I had asked my 30-something multi-lingual female cousin born in Szolnok
and living in Budapest about Manci but she had no idea. (She and another
Hungarian-born person saw the name in script.) I searched
www.behindthename.com and via Google with no conclusive results, but
indeed neglected to first read the Given Names Databases at
http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/GivenNames/ and then use its search
engine http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/GivenNames/search.htm

>from my survey, one answer is dominant but there is some competition,
collectively:

Survey results:

Margit... IIIIIIIII
Margita... I
Margret...I
Margot... I
Marianne... I
Malvin (masculine?)... I
Magda/Magdolna... I
Amalia... I
Maria (rarely)... I
Suggestion that it was "Nanci"... I
Manci (as a given name, i.e. only this name was known): I

Also Hebrew version suggested as "Malka" and "Malke".
for persons who are named formally Margit.

So... now I am looking for "Margit Klein" and variants, born in about
the year 1915-17 in Puspokladany - as were her older and younger
siblings (already found their birth certs. via Family Search) - or in
Perecseny (to grandparents), Ungvar or somewhere in Ung megye where she
might have gone during WWI and where her older sister my grandma learnt
Slovak.

Thanks again!

*****

Original message:

>The great-aunt was identified as "Manci". I am not clear is this is
>short for another name.



--
Todd Edelman
Los Angeles
edelman@greenidea.eu

Researching:

EDELMAN (Spisska Nova Ves, Plavec, Hrabkov, Kosice, Tokaj, Mad),
FRIEDMAN (Plavec, Tokaj),
WEISBERGER (Medzilaborce)
POLSTER (Szepes and Saros megye; Kosice)

LICHTMANN (Budapest and all eastern Hungarian counties),
BERNAT (Klarafalva, Debrecen),
BLAU (Ung megye, Hajdu megye, Budapest)
KLEIN (Püspökladány, Hajduboszormeny, Debrecen),
KUNSZTLER (Budapest, Püspökladány, Perecseny, Uzhgorod, Bucharest),
SUSZHOLZ (Perecseny),
FRIEDMAN (Perechyn, Ung megye, Giralt(ovce), Saros megye, Budapest, NYC)
MALEK (Ruscova,Petrosani,Temesvar)
ICKOVITZ (Medzilaborce, Ruscova),
MOSKOVITZ (Michalovce, Sobrance)


Hungary SIG #Hungary Erno LICHTMANN married to Helen KLEIN of Perecseny #hungary

edelman@...
 

Hi,

While searching for something else on the YV Central Database I found
out that I have one more great-aunt than I thought I did!

Happy to find great aunt Helen - I already have some info on her side of
the family - but also Erno LICHTMAN(N) is a totally new name to me. He
was probably born between 1890 and 1895. He and Helen probably married
in what seems to be a big time for weddings: right after WWI. (I am
trolling slowly through records via Family Search.)

Any information is appreciated. I will search through old messages to
find out where records of WWI soldiers are kept.

Helen Klein was born in Perecseny in 1896 to Vilmos Klein and Fani
Kunsztler. (Perecseny was her mother's hometown; Hajduboszormeny was her
father's). Her younger siblings were born in Hajduboszormeny (Paulina,
1898 and Sandor, 1900) and Puspokladany (Bela, 1902).

Vilmos died of a heart-related ailment in Budapest in 1925, Bela died as
a laborer in Hungarian Army in Kiev in 1943, Fani and Helen died at
Auschwitz, Sandor (later Albert Kline) emigrated to the USA in 1922 and
died in 1955 and Paulina survived the War along with her husband Geza
Blau and later lived in Budapest.

Fani's younger sister Hermina (my grandmother) married a possibly
unrelated Erno Klein, possibly >from Biharnagybajom, which is nearby
Puspokladany where they and children lived.

Thank you,

--
Todd Edelman
Los Angeles
edelman@greenidea.eu

Researching:

EDELMAN (Spisska Nova Ves, Plavec, Hrabkov, Kosice, Tokaj, Mad),
FRIEDMAN (Plavec, Tokaj),
WEISBERGER (Medzilaborce)
POLSTER (Szepes and Saros megye; Kosice)

LICHTMANN (Budapest and all eastern Hungarian counties),
BERNAT (Klarafalva, Debrecen),
BLAU (Ung megye, Hajdu megye, Budapest)
KLEIN (Püspökladány, Hajduboszormeny, Debrecen),
KUNSZTLER (Budapest, Püspökladány, Perecseny, Uzhgorod, Bucharest),
SUSZHOLZ (Perecseny),
FRIEDMAN (Perechyn, Ung megye, Giralt(ovce), Saros megye, Budapest, NYC)
MALEK (Ruscova,Petrosani,Temesvar)
ICKOVITZ (Medzilaborce, Ruscova),
MOSKOVITZ (Michalovce, Sobrance)


Re: Short English-to-Hungarian translation needed / Hungarian name "Manci" #hungary

tom
 

google is your friend, :-) .

a quick search turned up a "frequent questions" site, with a page
asking exactly that,
<http://www.gyakorikerdesek.hu/egyeb-kerdesek__egyeb-kerdesek__55426-melyik-noi-nev-becezese-hogy-manci>
in hungarian.

interestingly, the answers were: maria, margit, emilia, magdolna,
melinda, and margareta. (it's also a common male nickname, but adam
and jani, males, added that they were nicknamed manci as well, which
is strange.) one of the answers also pointed out that the temporary
pontoon bridge which replaced the bombed-out margit bridge in
budapest was nicknamed manci.

clearly, there isn't a direct one-to-one relationship with nicknames,
but i would vote for margit.


....... tom

edelman@greenidea.eu wrote:

[snip!]
*****

The great-aunt was identified as "Manci". I am not clear is this is
short for another name.


Re: Keleti Magyar Hadm.Ter., Detention Site #hungary

HungarianRoots
 

Dear Todd,

Keleti Magyar HAdm. Ter. means Eastern Front (literally: Eastern Hungarian
Operational Territory), nothing to do with Eastern Hungary or the ghetto in
Debrecen. Hungary joined the war against the USSR as an ally of Nazi Germany
and sent hundreds of thousands of troops including Hungarian JEwish labor
battalions and companies.

Regards,

Karesz Vandor
Hungarian Jewish genealogist/Historian

Hungarian Roots
web: www.hungarianroots.com
e-mail: info@hungarianroots.com
cell: +36-30-546-6950

This is our World and we only have One. Please consider not printing this
e-mail thus saving trees and lives. If you need to print use the
double-sided option.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Todd Edelman" <edelman@greenidea.eu>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Saturday, March 08, 2014 10:49 AM
Subject: [h-sig] Keleti Magyar Hadm.Ter., Detention Site


Hello,

According to the Yad Vashem Central Databse, my great-aunt's husband went
missing at the "Keleti Magyar Hadm.Ter.,Detention Site"

I understand that this was in eastern Hungary. Was this another name for
the pre-deportation ghetto in Debrecen?

Thank you!

--
Todd Edelman
Los Angeles
edelman@greenidea.eu

Researching:

EDELMAN (Spisska Nova Ves, Plavec, Kosice, Tokaj),
FRIEDMAN (Plavec/Palocsa/Tokaj),
WEISBERGER (Medzilaborce)
POLSTER (Szepes and Saros megye; Kosice)

BLAU (Ung megye, Hajdu megye, Budapest)
KLEIN (Püspökladány, Hajduboszormeny, Debrecen),
KUNSZTLER (Budapest, Püspökladány, Perecseny, Uzhgorod, Bucharest),
SUSZHOLZ (Perecseny),
FRIEDMAN (Perechyn, Ung megye, Giralt(ovce), Saros megye, Budapest, NYC)
MALEK (Ruscova,Petrosani,Temesvar/Timisoara)
ICKOVITZ (Ruscova),
MOSKOVITZ (Michalovce, Sobrance)
BERNAT (Klarafalva, Debrecen)


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Short English-to-Hungarian translation needed / Hungarian name "Manci" #hungary

tom
 

google is your friend, :-) .

a quick search turned up a "frequent questions" site, with a page
asking exactly that,
<http://www.gyakorikerdesek.hu/egyeb-kerdesek__egyeb-kerdesek__55426-melyik-noi-nev-becezese-hogy-manci>
in hungarian.

interestingly, the answers were: maria, margit, emilia, magdolna,
melinda, and margareta. (it's also a common male nickname, but adam
and jani, males, added that they were nicknamed manci as well, which
is strange.) one of the answers also pointed out that the temporary
pontoon bridge which replaced the bombed-out margit bridge in
budapest was nicknamed manci.

clearly, there isn't a direct one-to-one relationship with nicknames,
but i would vote for margit.


....... tom

edelman@greenidea.eu wrote:

[snip!]
*****

The great-aunt was identified as "Manci". I am not clear is this is
short for another name.


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Keleti Magyar Hadm.Ter., Detention Site #hungary

HungarianRoots
 

Dear Todd,

Keleti Magyar HAdm. Ter. means Eastern Front (literally: Eastern Hungarian
Operational Territory), nothing to do with Eastern Hungary or the ghetto in
Debrecen. Hungary joined the war against the USSR as an ally of Nazi Germany
and sent hundreds of thousands of troops including Hungarian JEwish labor
battalions and companies.

Regards,

Karesz Vandor
Hungarian Jewish genealogist/Historian

Hungarian Roots
web: www.hungarianroots.com
e-mail: info@hungarianroots.com
cell: +36-30-546-6950

This is our World and we only have One. Please consider not printing this
e-mail thus saving trees and lives. If you need to print use the
double-sided option.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Todd Edelman" <edelman@greenidea.eu>
To: "H-SIG" <h-sig@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Sent: Saturday, March 08, 2014 10:49 AM
Subject: [h-sig] Keleti Magyar Hadm.Ter., Detention Site


Hello,

According to the Yad Vashem Central Databse, my great-aunt's husband went
missing at the "Keleti Magyar Hadm.Ter.,Detention Site"

I understand that this was in eastern Hungary. Was this another name for
the pre-deportation ghetto in Debrecen?

Thank you!

--
Todd Edelman
Los Angeles
edelman@greenidea.eu

Researching:

EDELMAN (Spisska Nova Ves, Plavec, Kosice, Tokaj),
FRIEDMAN (Plavec/Palocsa/Tokaj),
WEISBERGER (Medzilaborce)
POLSTER (Szepes and Saros megye; Kosice)

BLAU (Ung megye, Hajdu megye, Budapest)
KLEIN (Püspökladány, Hajduboszormeny, Debrecen),
KUNSZTLER (Budapest, Püspökladány, Perecseny, Uzhgorod, Bucharest),
SUSZHOLZ (Perecseny),
FRIEDMAN (Perechyn, Ung megye, Giralt(ovce), Saros megye, Budapest, NYC)
MALEK (Ruscova,Petrosani,Temesvar/Timisoara)
ICKOVITZ (Ruscova),
MOSKOVITZ (Michalovce, Sobrance)
BERNAT (Klarafalva, Debrecen)


Re: Hungarian name "Manci" #hungary

Georges Graner
 

Hello
My aunt Margret was nicknamed Manci.
Georges Graner (Paris-France)

Moderator: PLEASE change subject line as shown before replying to messages.

Le 09/03/2014 08:04, H-SIG digest a écrit :
Subject: Hungarian name "Manci"
From: edelman@greenidea.eu
Date: Fri, 07 Mar 2014 16:53:26 -0800


Hello,

The great-aunt was identified as "Manci". I am not clear is this is
short for another name.

Thank you!


WW I records for Hungarian Soldiers #hungary

judyspielman@...
 

Hi,
I have noticed recent correspondence about Jewish soldiers in the =
Hungarian army in WW I.
I am not clear what this has been about.
In 2010 I obtained my grandfather's Military records >from the Budapest =
Military Archives. I knew=20
of their existence as my grandparents and my mother had received some =
special consideration
during WW II because of his decorations >from the previous war. In fact =
the family still has his medals.
Some months ago I tried to obtain records for my great grandfather who =
had also served in the army in
WW I and received no reply >from the same department.
Does anyone have any suggestions about how to get records now.

Judy Spielman,
Sydney,
Australia.=20=


Re: Keleti Magyar Hadm.Ter., Detention Site #hungary

tom
 

literally, it translates as "the hungarian eastern theatre of
military operations", which i believe is the official-speak for the
russian front.

jewish men were taken off to the russian front in forced labour
battalions (munkszolgalat), and it could refer to a hungarian
"detention site", but the gestapo were also actively murdering forced
labourers near the front (according to my father's account), and many
were also captured and put in pow camps by the russians.

yad vashem should indicate their sources, which you might want to
check further. (there are hungarian lists of casualties, as well as
russian ones. neither source seems very complete or accurate.)

and there is a museum in israel dedicated to the forced labour
battalions, with more information accessible on their website.


....... tom klein, toronto

edelman@greenidea.eu wrote:

According to the Yad Vashem Central Databse, my great-aunt's husband
went missing at the "Keleti Magyar Hadm.Ter.,Detention Site"

I understand that this was in eastern Hungary. Was this another name for
the pre-deportation ghetto in Debrecen?


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Hungarian name "Manci" #hungary

Georges Graner
 

Hello
My aunt Margret was nicknamed Manci.
Georges Graner (Paris-France)

Moderator: PLEASE change subject line as shown before replying to messages.

Le 09/03/2014 08:04, H-SIG digest a écrit :
Subject: Hungarian name "Manci"
From: edelman@greenidea.eu
Date: Fri, 07 Mar 2014 16:53:26 -0800


Hello,

The great-aunt was identified as "Manci". I am not clear is this is
short for another name.

Thank you!


Hungary SIG #Hungary WW I records for Hungarian Soldiers #hungary

judyspielman@...
 

Hi,
I have noticed recent correspondence about Jewish soldiers in the =
Hungarian army in WW I.
I am not clear what this has been about.
In 2010 I obtained my grandfather's Military records >from the Budapest =
Military Archives. I knew=20
of their existence as my grandparents and my mother had received some =
special consideration
during WW II because of his decorations >from the previous war. In fact =
the family still has his medals.
Some months ago I tried to obtain records for my great grandfather who =
had also served in the army in
WW I and received no reply >from the same department.
Does anyone have any suggestions about how to get records now.

Judy Spielman,
Sydney,
Australia.=20=


Hungary SIG #Hungary Re: Keleti Magyar Hadm.Ter., Detention Site #hungary

tom
 

literally, it translates as "the hungarian eastern theatre of
military operations", which i believe is the official-speak for the
russian front.

jewish men were taken off to the russian front in forced labour
battalions (munkszolgalat), and it could refer to a hungarian
"detention site", but the gestapo were also actively murdering forced
labourers near the front (according to my father's account), and many
were also captured and put in pow camps by the russians.

yad vashem should indicate their sources, which you might want to
check further. (there are hungarian lists of casualties, as well as
russian ones. neither source seems very complete or accurate.)

and there is a museum in israel dedicated to the forced labour
battalions, with more information accessible on their website.


....... tom klein, toronto

edelman@greenidea.eu wrote:

According to the Yad Vashem Central Databse, my great-aunt's husband
went missing at the "Keleti Magyar Hadm.Ter.,Detention Site"

I understand that this was in eastern Hungary. Was this another name for
the pre-deportation ghetto in Debrecen?


Viewmate - Deciphering Names on a NYC Death Certificate for Someone from StaroKonstantinov #ukraine

loren greenberg
 

Hello,

I have posted a NYC death certificate for which I need help
deciphering the last names of the father and mother of the deceased, who was >from Starokonstantinov. (on
ViewMate)

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=32569

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you kindly,

Loren Greenberg
Los Angeles, California

ABELOW, BOYARSKY, GOLUB - Vasilishki and Ostryna, Belarus
SCHAFIR, SCHAEFFER - StaroKonstantinov, Ukraine
ABELOW - Meretz, Lithuania
VOLPIANSKY - Kaunas and Balbieriskis, Lithuania
MILLER - Smiltene, Latvia


Ukraine SIG #Ukraine Viewmate - Deciphering Names on a NYC Death Certificate for Someone from StaroKonstantinov #ukraine

loren greenberg
 

Hello,

I have posted a NYC death certificate for which I need help
deciphering the last names of the father and mother of the deceased, who was >from Starokonstantinov. (on
ViewMate)

http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=32569

Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.

Thank you kindly,

Loren Greenberg
Los Angeles, California

ABELOW, BOYARSKY, GOLUB - Vasilishki and Ostryna, Belarus
SCHAFIR, SCHAEFFER - StaroKonstantinov, Ukraine
ABELOW - Meretz, Lithuania
VOLPIANSKY - Kaunas and Balbieriskis, Lithuania
MILLER - Smiltene, Latvia


Harold Pollins reminder #unitedkingdom

alazarsfeld-jensen@...
 

Thankyou Harold Pollins for letting us know about your publication. It was a reminder that I should probably
let the group know about my own publications which probably interest a smaller audience. Just in case
anyone is interested in the uncelebrated "enemy alien" Dick Warner of Warners International, I published
"The English Warner Brother triumphs over religious hegemony on the road to celebrity and dynasty", in the
Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies 18 (2) 2013. Available at http://www.nla.gov.au/openpublish/
index.php/AJVS/article/view/2675. More coming soon around the subjects of Anglo-Jewish money.

Ann Lazarsfeld-Jensen
NSW Australia
Charles Sturt University

| ALBURY-WODONGA | BATHURST | CANBERRA | DUBBO | GOULBURN | MELBOURNE | ONTARIO | ORANGE |
PORT MACQUARIE | SYDNEY | WAGGA WAGGA |


JCR-UK SIG #UnitedKingdom Harold Pollins reminder #unitedkingdom

alazarsfeld-jensen@...
 

Thankyou Harold Pollins for letting us know about your publication. It was a reminder that I should probably
let the group know about my own publications which probably interest a smaller audience. Just in case
anyone is interested in the uncelebrated "enemy alien" Dick Warner of Warners International, I published
"The English Warner Brother triumphs over religious hegemony on the road to celebrity and dynasty", in the
Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies 18 (2) 2013. Available at http://www.nla.gov.au/openpublish/
index.php/AJVS/article/view/2675. More coming soon around the subjects of Anglo-Jewish money.

Ann Lazarsfeld-Jensen
NSW Australia
Charles Sturt University

| ALBURY-WODONGA | BATHURST | CANBERRA | DUBBO | GOULBURN | MELBOURNE | ONTARIO | ORANGE |
PORT MACQUARIE | SYDNEY | WAGGA WAGGA |

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