Date   

for Cheryl: migration question #belarus

Jonina Duker <jonina.duker@...>
 

Maybe he went back after a few years to say good-bye again before
leaving for the States?
(People did go back on occasion to see older relatives, introduce their
children, etc. etc.)

Or he had applied to go to the US, he was gone to Australia, but his
precious papers came through so someone else (relative, neighbor) used
them.

Check out all possibilities if you can (immigration to Australia paper
trail, following paper trail >from 1910 arrival, and anything else anyone
suggests ... remember that if someone else used his papers you probably
do care about that someone else ... would have been someone in or close
to the family)

Jonina Duker
<jonina.duker@...>


Belarus SIG #Belarus for Cheryl: migration question #belarus

Jonina Duker <jonina.duker@...>
 

Maybe he went back after a few years to say good-bye again before
leaving for the States?
(People did go back on occasion to see older relatives, introduce their
children, etc. etc.)

Or he had applied to go to the US, he was gone to Australia, but his
precious papers came through so someone else (relative, neighbor) used
them.

Check out all possibilities if you can (immigration to Australia paper
trail, following paper trail >from 1910 arrival, and anything else anyone
suggests ... remember that if someone else used his papers you probably
do care about that someone else ... would have been someone in or close
to the family)

Jonina Duker
<jonina.duker@...>


Minsk Yizkor Book Request for Help #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

From: Jonina Duker <jonina.duker@...>
Does anyone have a copy of the Minsk yizkor book, read Yiddish or
Hebrew (I don't have the copy so don't know what it's written in) , and
have the time and willingness to check an index entry for me and
translate it? Thanks.

Jonina Duker
<jonina.duker@...>

MODERATOR'S NOTE: There are two volumes of the Minsk Yizkor Book. The
table of contents and the name index for Volume I have been translated
from the orginal Hebrew to English by a volunteer translator.
Unfortuately, she did not save the translation to a computer file and
only provided a hard copy and without the pages numbers where the names
appear. Tony Reese, one of the SIG members in the UK, has volunteered to
re-enter the data into a spreedsheet format and add the page numbers as a
field in the spreedsheet. Once this is complete, the database will be
put on the website.

The table of contents and the name index >from Volume II of the Minsk
Yizkor book is currently being translated. I have asked the volunteer
(who is not a member of the SIG and is not involved in genealogy) to sale
the file this time. This data will also be made available on the SIG
webpage and the Yizkor Book project webpage.

I hope that individuals who are able to find there families in the name
index will then make arrangements to get those pages translated and to
then donate them the translations to the Yizkor Book Project.


Belarus SIG #Belarus Minsk Yizkor Book Request for Help #belarus

David M. Fox <fox@...>
 

From: Jonina Duker <jonina.duker@...>
Does anyone have a copy of the Minsk yizkor book, read Yiddish or
Hebrew (I don't have the copy so don't know what it's written in) , and
have the time and willingness to check an index entry for me and
translate it? Thanks.

Jonina Duker
<jonina.duker@...>

MODERATOR'S NOTE: There are two volumes of the Minsk Yizkor Book. The
table of contents and the name index for Volume I have been translated
from the orginal Hebrew to English by a volunteer translator.
Unfortuately, she did not save the translation to a computer file and
only provided a hard copy and without the pages numbers where the names
appear. Tony Reese, one of the SIG members in the UK, has volunteered to
re-enter the data into a spreedsheet format and add the page numbers as a
field in the spreedsheet. Once this is complete, the database will be
put on the website.

The table of contents and the name index >from Volume II of the Minsk
Yizkor book is currently being translated. I have asked the volunteer
(who is not a member of the SIG and is not involved in genealogy) to sale
the file this time. This data will also be made available on the SIG
webpage and the Yizkor Book project webpage.

I hope that individuals who are able to find there families in the name
index will then make arrangements to get those pages translated and to
then donate them the translations to the Yizkor Book Project.


Ships Manifest Question #belarus

Cheryl Etting <twekkie@...>
 

Can someone help?

My husband and I were told that his paternal grandfather, Chaim Etingoff
(>from Mogilev) had spent a few years in Argentina, before immigrating to
the United States in 1910. After a recent visit to the Family History
Library here in Los Angeles, a copy of the ship's manifest revealed that
Chaim Etingoff >from Mogilev on the SS Frankfurt, Line NG Lloyd, which
left Bremen on May 5, 1910, and arrived in the port of Galveston, Texas
on May 30th, 1910. Can anyone fill me in on some possible migration
strategies which might explain the discrepancy.

Cheryl Etting
<twekkie@...>
Researching: ETINGOFF, LEPSKY (Mogilev)
LISS, WEINER, DOLINSKY, PEVERITSKY (Minsk)
HOLTZMAN, NIMZOWITZ (Pinsk)
MEDNIKOFF (Yekatrinaslav)
ZIMMERMAN (Bialystok)

______________________________________________________


Belarus SIG #Belarus Ships Manifest Question #belarus

Cheryl Etting <twekkie@...>
 

Can someone help?

My husband and I were told that his paternal grandfather, Chaim Etingoff
(>from Mogilev) had spent a few years in Argentina, before immigrating to
the United States in 1910. After a recent visit to the Family History
Library here in Los Angeles, a copy of the ship's manifest revealed that
Chaim Etingoff >from Mogilev on the SS Frankfurt, Line NG Lloyd, which
left Bremen on May 5, 1910, and arrived in the port of Galveston, Texas
on May 30th, 1910. Can anyone fill me in on some possible migration
strategies which might explain the discrepancy.

Cheryl Etting
<twekkie@...>
Researching: ETINGOFF, LEPSKY (Mogilev)
LISS, WEINER, DOLINSKY, PEVERITSKY (Minsk)
HOLTZMAN, NIMZOWITZ (Pinsk)
MEDNIKOFF (Yekatrinaslav)
ZIMMERMAN (Bialystok)

______________________________________________________


Fw: re;keidan #lithuania

AVI LISHOWER <lishower@...>
 

Subject: Fw: re;keidan
Date: =F9=E1=FA 23 =E9=F0=E5=E0=F8 1999 06:17
=20
Subject: re;keidan
Date: =F9=E1=FA 23 =E9=F0=E5=E0=F8 1999 06:14
=20
hello sir's
i am >from israel
and my mother born in kovno lithuania last year i made a research abo=
ut
my
mother mathernal family
and discover they lived at list >from 1750's in keidan according to th=
e
document i get
also my mother fathernal family is >from that area some hundred's yea=
r
from
dotnova
i would like to get information about the history of the jewish of
keidan
and if you know
from what place they arive to this city
=20
i also would like to get mail >from the keidaner discassion group
=20
thanking you in advance
best regad
avi lishower
lishower@...


Keidan Jews #Keidan #Lithuania Fw: re;keidan #lithuania

AVI LISHOWER <lishower@...>
 

Subject: Fw: re;keidan
Date: =F9=E1=FA 23 =E9=F0=E5=E0=F8 1999 06:17
=20
Subject: re;keidan
Date: =F9=E1=FA 23 =E9=F0=E5=E0=F8 1999 06:14
=20
hello sir's
i am >from israel
and my mother born in kovno lithuania last year i made a research abo=
ut
my
mother mathernal family
and discover they lived at list >from 1750's in keidan according to th=
e
document i get
also my mother fathernal family is >from that area some hundred's yea=
r
from
dotnova
i would like to get information about the history of the jewish of
keidan
and if you know
from what place they arive to this city
=20
i also would like to get mail >from the keidaner discassion group
=20
thanking you in advance
best regad
avi lishower
lishower@...


Fw: re;keidan #lithuania

AVI LISHOWER <lishower@...>
 

Subject: re;keidan
Date: =F9=E1=FA 23 =E9=F0=E5=E0=F8 1999 06:14
=20
hello sir's
i am >from israel
and my mother born in kovno lithuania last year i made a research about
my
mother mathernal family
and discover they lived at list >from 1750's in keidan according to the
document i get
also my mother fathernal family is >from that area some hundred's year
from
dotnova
i would like to get information about the history of the jewish of keid=
an
and if you know
from what place they arive to this city
=20
i also would like to get mail >from the keidaner discassion group
=20
thanking you in advance
best regad
avi lishower
lishower@...


Keidan Jews #Keidan #Lithuania Fw: re;keidan #lithuania

AVI LISHOWER <lishower@...>
 

Subject: re;keidan
Date: =F9=E1=FA 23 =E9=F0=E5=E0=F8 1999 06:14
=20
hello sir's
i am >from israel
and my mother born in kovno lithuania last year i made a research about
my
mother mathernal family
and discover they lived at list >from 1750's in keidan according to the
document i get
also my mother fathernal family is >from that area some hundred's year
from
dotnova
i would like to get information about the history of the jewish of keid=
an
and if you know
from what place they arive to this city
=20
i also would like to get mail >from the keidaner discassion group
=20
thanking you in advance
best regad
avi lishower
lishower@...


Re: New lists from Kaunas Archives #lithuania

Joseph Flum <libflum@...>
 

Hello!
This is very interesting to me, as my father-in-law came >from Slobodka,
outside of Kovno, & my mother-in-law >from Volozhin, not far >from Vilna. Is
there any way I can find out about their families? His would be Flaum &
Farber, her would be Weisbord & Berkman.
Thank you for your information.
Libby Flum


<< Last week I received a letter >from Vitalija of the Kaunas Archives that
she
recently found 1894-1896 lists of towndwellers living in the towns of the
Kaunas and Ukmerge districts who did not belong to the communities they
lived in (after these lists were made they had to be legally transferred to
these communities). >>

David Hoffman
Co-Coordinator, LitvakSIG


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Re: New lists from Kaunas Archives #lithuania

Joseph Flum <libflum@...>
 

Hello!
This is very interesting to me, as my father-in-law came >from Slobodka,
outside of Kovno, & my mother-in-law >from Volozhin, not far >from Vilna. Is
there any way I can find out about their families? His would be Flaum &
Farber, her would be Weisbord & Berkman.
Thank you for your information.
Libby Flum


<< Last week I received a letter >from Vitalija of the Kaunas Archives that
she
recently found 1894-1896 lists of towndwellers living in the towns of the
Kaunas and Ukmerge districts who did not belong to the communities they
lived in (after these lists were made they had to be legally transferred to
these communities). >>

David Hoffman
Co-Coordinator, LitvakSIG


New YIVO location #lithuania

Ada Greenblatt <ada.Greenblatt@...>
 

On January 19, 1999 STUGENELOG@... wrote:

Yivo is open in it's new building.
I just received a postcard >from YIVO and I'd like to clarify that. YIVO is
moving to its new location at the Center for Jewish History on January 25,
1999. Their new mailing address is YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, 15
West 16th Street, New York, NY 10011. Their telephone and fax numbers will
remain the same, which are (212) 246-6080 and (212) 292-1892, respectively.
Until further notice, the street entrance to the Center for Jewish History
and YIVO is at 20 West 17th Street (between Fifth and Sixth Avenues).

However, YIVO's postcard continues,

"The Archives and the Library will reopen to the public in the Spring of
1999. Please watch for future announcements regarding the exact date."

So, for purposes of genealogy, don't go there yet.

Please note that time does not permit me to answer individual email on this
topic. For further information about YIVO, please check their web site at
<http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/yivo/index.html>. For information on YIVO's
Lithuanian Jewish Communities Collection, please read Deena A. Berton's
excellent article in the LitvakSIG On-Line Journal at
<http://www1.jewishgen.org/litvak/yivo.htm>.

Ada Greenblatt
ada.Greenblatt@...


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania New YIVO location #lithuania

Ada Greenblatt <ada.Greenblatt@...>
 

On January 19, 1999 STUGENELOG@... wrote:

Yivo is open in it's new building.
I just received a postcard >from YIVO and I'd like to clarify that. YIVO is
moving to its new location at the Center for Jewish History on January 25,
1999. Their new mailing address is YIVO Institute for Jewish Research, 15
West 16th Street, New York, NY 10011. Their telephone and fax numbers will
remain the same, which are (212) 246-6080 and (212) 292-1892, respectively.
Until further notice, the street entrance to the Center for Jewish History
and YIVO is at 20 West 17th Street (between Fifth and Sixth Avenues).

However, YIVO's postcard continues,

"The Archives and the Library will reopen to the public in the Spring of
1999. Please watch for future announcements regarding the exact date."

So, for purposes of genealogy, don't go there yet.

Please note that time does not permit me to answer individual email on this
topic. For further information about YIVO, please check their web site at
<http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/yivo/index.html>. For information on YIVO's
Lithuanian Jewish Communities Collection, please read Deena A. Berton's
excellent article in the LitvakSIG On-Line Journal at
<http://www1.jewishgen.org/litvak/yivo.htm>.

Ada Greenblatt
ada.Greenblatt@...


Kovno Ghetto: A Buried History #lithuania

Hal Maggied PhD <drmaggoo@...>
 

Shalom Khaverim: Sylvia Nusinov is correct, absolutely. The replay was
about the Kovno Ghetto and not the Vilna Ghetto. It is no less
heart-rending nor gut-wrenching though. The Lithuanian police did the
same as the Ukrainian police, and the Arowkros, and the Ustazhji; they
engaged the 'killings squads' to murder their Jews and plunder their
belongings in preparation for the NAZI Einzatzgruppen.


I called The History Channel <<212:210-1400> which is linked to A&E
[Arts & Entertainment] and was told by the customer relations
representative to whom I spoke that this video was unavailable for
sale. They do show it occasionally however, and more frequently if it
is requested. THC does have a newsletter on the Internet [to which I
subscribed] that foretells the impending telecasts.


Where basic cable is available without THC, the advise we've been given
is to hound them until they provide it as part of your package. Our
Media-One charges us an extra $3. for this add-on, along with some
other pay-per-view {HBO}.channels. It's a nominal enough amount to be
able to access THC & The Discovery Channel [TDC] because there is
interesting stuff on them. Other municipal areas do not assess to see
these channels. The real drawback is that Media-One requires an
ancillary cable box that sets your VCR technology back twenty years.



to Judy Baston & others in the Bay Area; our son in San Jose informs us
that no cable exists. A costly alternative is DirectTV, but they do
offer THC, TDC, and a gazillion other channels, many of them
worthwhile; to Jewish history, culture, and genealogy. They DirectTV
doesn't offer local TV yet. You may wish to explore that as an option
as opposed to isolation >from some excellent productions on THC.


I do NOT work for any medium, media enterprises, or infrastructure
activity; nor do I own any securities in their companies. Hope this
helps. Khai, Hal Maggied


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Kovno Ghetto: A Buried History #lithuania

Hal Maggied PhD <drmaggoo@...>
 

Shalom Khaverim: Sylvia Nusinov is correct, absolutely. The replay was
about the Kovno Ghetto and not the Vilna Ghetto. It is no less
heart-rending nor gut-wrenching though. The Lithuanian police did the
same as the Ukrainian police, and the Arowkros, and the Ustazhji; they
engaged the 'killings squads' to murder their Jews and plunder their
belongings in preparation for the NAZI Einzatzgruppen.


I called The History Channel <<212:210-1400> which is linked to A&E
[Arts & Entertainment] and was told by the customer relations
representative to whom I spoke that this video was unavailable for
sale. They do show it occasionally however, and more frequently if it
is requested. THC does have a newsletter on the Internet [to which I
subscribed] that foretells the impending telecasts.


Where basic cable is available without THC, the advise we've been given
is to hound them until they provide it as part of your package. Our
Media-One charges us an extra $3. for this add-on, along with some
other pay-per-view {HBO}.channels. It's a nominal enough amount to be
able to access THC & The Discovery Channel [TDC] because there is
interesting stuff on them. Other municipal areas do not assess to see
these channels. The real drawback is that Media-One requires an
ancillary cable box that sets your VCR technology back twenty years.



to Judy Baston & others in the Bay Area; our son in San Jose informs us
that no cable exists. A costly alternative is DirectTV, but they do
offer THC, TDC, and a gazillion other channels, many of them
worthwhile; to Jewish history, culture, and genealogy. They DirectTV
doesn't offer local TV yet. You may wish to explore that as an option
as opposed to isolation >from some excellent productions on THC.


I do NOT work for any medium, media enterprises, or infrastructure
activity; nor do I own any securities in their companies. Hope this
helps. Khai, Hal Maggied


Re: GORDONs from Keidan #lithuania

ELGOLD1@...
 

Dear Keidaners:

Up to now my primary interest in Keidan has been because of my MERKEL family,
but I recently discovered that some of my GORDON relatives, who originated in
Cekiske (also in the Kaunas district) also lived in KEIDAN. One of them, A
cousin, Vigdor (Victor) GORDON, born about 1840 and died in NY in 1919,
immigrated to the US in the 1880s and was active in the Keidaner Congregation
(I believe it was Bnai Israel Anshe Keidan). He is buried in their plot in
Washington Cemetery, Brooklyn (I found him using Ada Greenblatt's very helpful
database). When I recently went out to visit his grave and that of his wife,
Ida (Adie) GORDON, I discovered that GORDON is one of, if not THE most common
surname in the small Keidan cemetery plot. I didn't see any obvious
relationship between Victor and the other GORDONs buried there, but I suspect
there is. Might anyone have any information on Keidan GORDONS? Victor's name
is also inscribed on one of the columns of the cemetery gate, suggestion that
he was an active member or founder of the Keidan congregation. Any information
or suggestions would be appreciated.
Best,
Eric Goldstein
ELGOLD1@...


Keidan Jews #Keidan #Lithuania Re: GORDONs from Keidan #lithuania

ELGOLD1@...
 

Dear Keidaners:

Up to now my primary interest in Keidan has been because of my MERKEL family,
but I recently discovered that some of my GORDON relatives, who originated in
Cekiske (also in the Kaunas district) also lived in KEIDAN. One of them, A
cousin, Vigdor (Victor) GORDON, born about 1840 and died in NY in 1919,
immigrated to the US in the 1880s and was active in the Keidaner Congregation
(I believe it was Bnai Israel Anshe Keidan). He is buried in their plot in
Washington Cemetery, Brooklyn (I found him using Ada Greenblatt's very helpful
database). When I recently went out to visit his grave and that of his wife,
Ida (Adie) GORDON, I discovered that GORDON is one of, if not THE most common
surname in the small Keidan cemetery plot. I didn't see any obvious
relationship between Victor and the other GORDONs buried there, but I suspect
there is. Might anyone have any information on Keidan GORDONS? Victor's name
is also inscribed on one of the columns of the cemetery gate, suggestion that
he was an active member or founder of the Keidan congregation. Any information
or suggestions would be appreciated.
Best,
Eric Goldstein
ELGOLD1@...


Lithuanian Maps #lithuania

DBH12345
 

Thanks to David Fox and the Belarus SIG Digest for this interesting and useful
info on an online map company:

There is a company in Canada that has an online catalogue of maps on its
website <http://www.fourone.com/maps.htm>. Not only do they have maps
of Lithuania, but they have maps of several towns in Lithuania. Just click on
"L", then Lithuania, and follow the different links. These appear to be both
current maps, and WW I maps which will be of historical interest to many of
us. The maps are mostly in Russian, English and Lithuanian.

I have no commercial interest in this company. Apparantly the prices drop for
quantity large orders and if enough people are interested in purchasing any of
these maps we might do so as a group.

David Hoffman
Co-Coordinator, LitvakSIG

from the Website:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
LITHUANIA
(Ordering Information) (Back to the Main List)
(For details e-mail Four One Company Ltd)
(Back to Cover) (Glossary)


A-4 SIZE MAPS
MILITARY & CIVILIAN TOPOGRAPHIC SHEETS
MILITARY TOPOGRAPHIC CITY PLANS
ROAD MAPS
UNCLASSIFIED CITY PLANS
WW1 GERMAN MILITARY MAPS

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--
ITEMS PRESENTLY OUT OF STOCK


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--

A-4 SIZE MAPS
#LT33L1LV.01
LITHUANIA 1:1600k, Jana Seta 1994, double-sided, flat, bilingual, compact,
includes general information (Description)


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--

MILITARY & CIVILIAN TOPOGRAPHIC SHEETS
If it is difficult to determine the accurate location of separate sheets of
topographic maps or if it is not very clear for you indications such as
N-35-XIII, please use our key maps


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--
(Typical Description for Military Topographic Maps 1:200K)
(Typical Notes of Locality 1:200K)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--

#LT04RURU.02
ALITUS, (N-35-XIII), (Available onCD), 1:200K, flat, Soviet General Staff &
GUGK 1988. Single-sided. Size 18 1/4 x 15". Russian language. Explanatory Note
en verso. (See 1:200K Typical Description as Sample)
#LT04RURU.01
VILNIUS, (N-35-VIII), (Available onCD), 1:200K, flat, Soviet General Staff &
GUGK 1985. Single-sided. Size 18 1/2 x 14 3/4". Russian language. Explanatory
Note en verso. (See 1:200K Typical Description as Sample)


#LT04RURU.03
KAUNAS, (N-34-b), (Available onCD), 1:500K, Soviet General Staff 1977, size 23
1/4 x 19", single-sided, flat, Russian (See 1:500K Typical Description as
Sample)

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--

MILITARY TOPOGRAPHIC CITY PLANS

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--
(Typical Description of Military Topographic City Plan scaled at 1:10K)
(Typical Notes of Locality 1:10K)
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--

#LTKAURUR.U01
KAUNAS, (Required Quantity), 1:10K, Soviet General Staff 1987, 4 sheets (See
1:10K Typical Description as Sample)
#LTKLARUR.U01
KLAIPEDA, (Required Quantity), 1:10K, Soviet General Staff 1989, 2 sheets (See
1:10K Typical Description as Sample)
#LTSIARUR.U01
SIAULIAI, (Required Quantity), 1:10K, Soviet General Staff 1981, 4 sheets (See
1:10K Typical Description as Sample)
#LTVILRUR.U01
VILNIUS, 1:10K, Soviet General Staff, 5/6 sheets (Description)


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--

ROAD MAPS
#LT02L1LV.01
LITHUANIA, road map, 1:600K, Jana Seta 1993, folded, English (Description)
#LT02L5LV.01
LITHUANIA, road map, 1:500K, Jana Seta 1995, folded, 5 languages (Description)
#LT02L1LT.01
LITHUANIA, road map, 1:400K, Briedis 1995, double-sided, folded, bilingual,
alphabetical index (Description)
#LT02L5LT.01
LITHUANIA MOTORING ROAD MAP No. 1, Eastern Part (Panevezys...), 1:400K,
Briedis 1992, double-sided, folded, with city and town index en verso,
English, Polish, German, Lithuanian (Description)
#LT02L5LT.02
LITHUANIA MOTORING ROAD MAP No. 2, Western Part (Klaipeda...), 1:400K, Briedis
1992, double-sided, folded, with city and town index en verso, English,
Polish,German, Lithuanian (Description)


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--

UNCLASSIFIED CITY PLANS
#LTKAUL1L.T01
KAUNAS, city plan, 1:30K, centre 1:10K, Briedis 1993, folded, English, German,
with street index & tourist information (Description)
#LTKAUL1L.T02
KAUNAS, 1:25K, Briedis 1995, double-sided, folded, trilingual, alphabetical
index (Description)
#LTKLAL1L.T01
KLAIPEDA, 1:15K, Briedis 1995, double-sided, folded, trilingual, alphabetical
index (Description)
#LTVILL1L.T02
VILNIUS, city plan, Old Town 1:6K, Environs 1:200K, Briedis 1994, double-
sided, folded, trilingual, alphabetical index & general information
(Description)
#LTVILL1L.T03
VILNIUS, 1:23K, Briedis 1995, double-sided, folded, trilingual, alphabetical
index (Description)


------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--

WW1 GERMAN MILITARY MAPS

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--
Typical Description for WW1
German Military Maps & Key Maps
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
--

#LT54DEDE.01
LITHUANIA 1:100K, 226 sheets, German (See Typical Description as Sample)
#LT54DEDE.02
LITHUANIA, 1:100K, 96 sheets, German (See Typical Description as Sample)


Lithuania SIG #Lithuania Lithuanian Maps #lithuania

DBH12345
 

Thanks to David Fox and the Belarus SIG Digest for this interesting and useful
info on an online map company:

There is a company in Canada that has an online catalogue of maps on its
website <http://www.fourone.com/maps.htm>. Not only do they have maps
of Lithuania, but they have maps of several towns in Lithuania. Just click on
"L", then Lithuania, and follow the different links. These appear to be both
current maps, and WW I maps which will be of historical interest to many of
us. The maps are mostly in Russian, English and Lithuanian.

I have no commercial interest in this company. Apparantly the prices drop for
quantity large orders and if enough people are interested in purchasing any of
these maps we might do so as a group.

David Hoffman
Co-Coordinator, LitvakSIG

from the Website:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
LITHUANIA
(Ordering Information) (Back to the Main List)
(For details e-mail Four One Company Ltd)
(Back to Cover) (Glossary)


A-4 SIZE MAPS
MILITARY & CIVILIAN TOPOGRAPHIC SHEETS
MILITARY TOPOGRAPHIC CITY PLANS
ROAD MAPS
UNCLASSIFIED CITY PLANS
WW1 GERMAN MILITARY MAPS

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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ITEMS PRESENTLY OUT OF STOCK


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A-4 SIZE MAPS
#LT33L1LV.01
LITHUANIA 1:1600k, Jana Seta 1994, double-sided, flat, bilingual, compact,
includes general information (Description)


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MILITARY & CIVILIAN TOPOGRAPHIC SHEETS
If it is difficult to determine the accurate location of separate sheets of
topographic maps or if it is not very clear for you indications such as
N-35-XIII, please use our key maps


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(Typical Description for Military Topographic Maps 1:200K)
(Typical Notes of Locality 1:200K)
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#LT04RURU.02
ALITUS, (N-35-XIII), (Available onCD), 1:200K, flat, Soviet General Staff &
GUGK 1988. Single-sided. Size 18 1/4 x 15". Russian language. Explanatory Note
en verso. (See 1:200K Typical Description as Sample)
#LT04RURU.01
VILNIUS, (N-35-VIII), (Available onCD), 1:200K, flat, Soviet General Staff &
GUGK 1985. Single-sided. Size 18 1/2 x 14 3/4". Russian language. Explanatory
Note en verso. (See 1:200K Typical Description as Sample)


#LT04RURU.03
KAUNAS, (N-34-b), (Available onCD), 1:500K, Soviet General Staff 1977, size 23
1/4 x 19", single-sided, flat, Russian (See 1:500K Typical Description as
Sample)

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MILITARY TOPOGRAPHIC CITY PLANS

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(Typical Description of Military Topographic City Plan scaled at 1:10K)
(Typical Notes of Locality 1:10K)
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#LTKAURUR.U01
KAUNAS, (Required Quantity), 1:10K, Soviet General Staff 1987, 4 sheets (See
1:10K Typical Description as Sample)
#LTKLARUR.U01
KLAIPEDA, (Required Quantity), 1:10K, Soviet General Staff 1989, 2 sheets (See
1:10K Typical Description as Sample)
#LTSIARUR.U01
SIAULIAI, (Required Quantity), 1:10K, Soviet General Staff 1981, 4 sheets (See
1:10K Typical Description as Sample)
#LTVILRUR.U01
VILNIUS, 1:10K, Soviet General Staff, 5/6 sheets (Description)


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ROAD MAPS
#LT02L1LV.01
LITHUANIA, road map, 1:600K, Jana Seta 1993, folded, English (Description)
#LT02L5LV.01
LITHUANIA, road map, 1:500K, Jana Seta 1995, folded, 5 languages (Description)
#LT02L1LT.01
LITHUANIA, road map, 1:400K, Briedis 1995, double-sided, folded, bilingual,
alphabetical index (Description)
#LT02L5LT.01
LITHUANIA MOTORING ROAD MAP No. 1, Eastern Part (Panevezys...), 1:400K,
Briedis 1992, double-sided, folded, with city and town index en verso,
English, Polish, German, Lithuanian (Description)
#LT02L5LT.02
LITHUANIA MOTORING ROAD MAP No. 2, Western Part (Klaipeda...), 1:400K, Briedis
1992, double-sided, folded, with city and town index en verso, English,
Polish,German, Lithuanian (Description)


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UNCLASSIFIED CITY PLANS
#LTKAUL1L.T01
KAUNAS, city plan, 1:30K, centre 1:10K, Briedis 1993, folded, English, German,
with street index & tourist information (Description)
#LTKAUL1L.T02
KAUNAS, 1:25K, Briedis 1995, double-sided, folded, trilingual, alphabetical
index (Description)
#LTKLAL1L.T01
KLAIPEDA, 1:15K, Briedis 1995, double-sided, folded, trilingual, alphabetical
index (Description)
#LTVILL1L.T02
VILNIUS, city plan, Old Town 1:6K, Environs 1:200K, Briedis 1994, double-
sided, folded, trilingual, alphabetical index & general information
(Description)
#LTVILL1L.T03
VILNIUS, 1:23K, Briedis 1995, double-sided, folded, trilingual, alphabetical
index (Description)


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WW1 GERMAN MILITARY MAPS

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Typical Description for WW1
German Military Maps & Key Maps
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#LT54DEDE.01
LITHUANIA 1:100K, 226 sheets, German (See Typical Description as Sample)
#LT54DEDE.02
LITHUANIA, 1:100K, 96 sheets, German (See Typical Description as Sample)