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Belarus SIG #Belarus SHARASHEFSKY( known in UK as BINNES) and PINES familes #Belarus

richard casson
 

Sunday 20 November 2005

Wonder if anyone can tell me anything about the SHARASHEFSKY and PINES
families who in the 1870's lived in Swislocz(Polish)/ Sislevich(Yiddish).

Myra PINES (sister of Ygiel PINES) married Yacov Sharashefsy. Their son
Ygiel SHARASEFSKY married Mindel Yellin.They had four children who emigrated
to England in the 1880's where they were known as BINNES.Noah BINNES married
Dinah Black;Max BINNES married Sarah Galley(1) and Esther Joseph(2);Esther
BINNES married Aldolf/Albert Brodie and moved on to South Africa; Golda
BINNES married Abraham Tarlo.

In the 1870's Swislocz was part of the Russian Pale of Settlement in the
Gubernia(province) of Grodno which is present day Belarus.

My grandfather was Noah Binnes who settled in Liverpool.

I'm placing this information now as I've only just discovered through
examining the Naturalisation Applications of Noah and Max(Marks) that the
ancestral home was Swislocz. Noah's application had his place/date of birth
as Swislodge,Grodna,Russia in 1874 and Max(Marks) as Swisslotoz,Grodno
Guberny,Russia in 1870.

As usual in Jewish genealogy the many variations in the spelling of surnames
and place names can be most bewildering.

Hoping someone somewhere can come up with more information about these
families.

Richard Casson
Manchester,UK
reply to: rickycasson@...

Belarus SIG #Belarus IAJGS Conference #Belarus

Paula Zieselman <pzieselman@...>
 

I am delighted to announce that registration is now open for the 26th IAJGS
International Conference on Jewish Genealogy. The Jewish Genealogical
Society (New York) is hosting the conference August 13-18, 2006 (Av
19-24,5766) at The New York Marriott Marquis Hotel. Register on our website
at http://www.jgsny2006.org/ by clicking on the registration link on the
left. Instructions for a downloadable version for printing, a link for hotel
registration, and details about the conference are on the site. The site
will be updated frequently as new information becomes available.

In addition, for specific questions regarding the hotel or the conference,
please sign up for the mailing list for the New York 2006 Conference by
visiting http://lyris.jewishgen.org/listmanager/

Conference Co-Chairs Linda Cantor, Lucille Gudis, and Hadassah Lipsius are
spearheading a dynamite event. We look forward to sharing this exciting
experience with all of you.

Roni Seibel Liebowitz
Registration Chair
Roni@...

Belarus SIG #Belarus SHARASHEFSKY( known in UK as BINNES) and PINES familes #Belarus

rosef@...
 

I suggest you try this website that includes the PINES family and some
SHARSHEVSKY.
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Ruzhany/
Members of the PINES & SHARESEHVSKY families have donated materials for t=
he
site.
Rose Feldman
Israel Genalogical Society

Belarus SIG #Belarus BLUMINA, BLUMEN, ASARKEWICZ, ASARKOF, LONDON, HURWITZ #Belarus

LB <lbb47@...>
 

I am researching the following. Any help or information will be greatly
appreciated.
BLUMINA, BLUMEN, ASARKEWICZ, ASARKOF, LONDON, HURWITZ.
Most >from Boston and NY ( Kings County) and CA.

Lois Bloom Barnett
Boston MA

Belarus SIG #Belarus RE:Pines family #Belarus

Aryeh Lopiansky <alop@...>
 

The famous founder of Lakewood Yeshiva, Rabbi Aaron Kotler, was actually
called Pines, but changed his name later in life. He came from
Sislevitch. The Kotler family has extensive info on their roots, and
should be contacted. Also the Pines family >from Switzerland has info on
this.

Aryeh Lopiansky
Jerusalem

Belarus SIG #Belarus NYDITZ, KNIGHT #Belarus

Tony Knight <Tony_Knight@...>
 

I was surprised and delighted to find my grandfather, Morris NYDITZ, on
the Belarus SIG web page that lists the Pinsker Fur Workers 1938
Souvenir Journal. My understanding is that he came to the U.S. >from what
was then Russia with his family in 1906 and was living on the Upper East
Side of Manhattan that year when my father was born. They subsequently
moved to Brooklyn where my father grew up, eventually becoming a
lifeguard at Rock-a-way Beach.

My father was known throughout his adult life as Robert KNIGHT and lived
most of his life in Cincinnati where he owned a business. I have a half
sister, Betty Jane MARTIN, with whom I lost contact many decades ago. If
she has survived, she would be in her early to mid-60s. I have searched
the Internet for her many times with no success and would love to make
contact with her. Her husband's name was Eugene. I believe they were
both professors at University of Kentucky.

Robert Anthony (Tony) Knight, Los Angeles

tony_knight@...
MODERATOR NOTE: Private replies please.

Belarus SIG #Belarus ROSEN family from Detroit #Belarus

Alan Tapper <sabaalan@...>
 

Genners,

I am trying to locate the Rosen family >from Detroit, Sarah and
BenZion Rosen. They had published a book about the Rabbi of Slonim
and dedicated it to my wife's great grandfather. The book was
published around 1991.

Since the book was published in Yiddish, I am assuming that they are
from the Orthodox community. The dedication states that Sarah is the
Granddaughter of Schmuel Meyer ben Moshe of Byten.

Any help in finding her or her children would be greatly appreciated.

Alan Tapper
Fairfax, Va.
MODERATOR NOTE: JewishGen also has a Rabbinic SIG.

Researching:
MENDELOVICH, MENDELEWICZ, MENDELOWITZ , MENDELOVITZ >from Slonim,Baranovichi, Byten
MENDOZA >from Kobryn and Livorno;GORMAN >from Baranovichi
HOCHBERG and KATZ >from Iasi;TAPPER >from Snitkov
BURDMAN and FAHRER >from Tulchin and Argentina
BURDMAN >from Sao Paulo, Brazil
NEMIROVSKY >from Lipovets and Argentina

Belarus SIG #Belarus Sara Rosen #Belarus

Alan Tapper <sabaalan@...>
 

I want to thank every one for their help in locating Sara who is a
cousin but didn't know it until today.
She no longer lives in Detroit but in New Jersey and I now have a
chance to tie in a large family in Israel to my family tree.

Alan Tapper
Fairfax, Va.
MODERATOR NOTE: Please limit your "researching"lists to 6 lines.

Researching:
MENDELOVICH, MENDELEWICZ, MENDELOWITZ , MENDELOVITZ >from Slonim,Baranovichi and Byten
MENDOZA >from Kobryn and Livorno;GORMAN >from Baranovichi
HOCHBERG and KATZ >from Iasi;TAPPER >from Snitkov
BURDMAN and FAHRER >from Tulchin and Argentina
BURDMAN >from Sao Paulo, Brazil
NEMIROVSKY >from Lipovets and Argentina

Belarus SIG #Belarus EPSTEIN #Belarus

meepstein@...
 

I'm searching for 2 siblings of my grandfather Max (Motus) EPSTEIN.who was
born about 1975 in Grodno Gubernia, in or around Dzatlava (formerly Zhetl).His
brother was named Isaac and his sister was named Freide. The only info we have
is that Friede (married name unk) was widowed early and left with 3 small
children. Their father was Avraham Eliezer EPSTEIN (son of Zev Wolf Halevi
EPSTEIN). He had 5 children with his first wife Tsilka. Morris (settled in
London),Bertha ALPERT, Sarah FISHKOWITZ, Isaac and Freide. The rest settled in
the NY/NJ area. With his second wife Rachel/Ruchel Leah he had 2 children My
grandfather Max who settled in the NY/NJ area and Rose BRISKIN (husbands name
unk) who went to Cuba. She moved to Miami in the late 1940s or early 1950s.
from Miami they eventually moved to California. If anyone has any info about
Isaac, Freide or any of the family please contact me
Martin Epstein
Louisville, KY.
meepstein@...

Belarus SIG #Belarus Ester Rochel KUZNETSOV (SMITH) #Belarus

bill "the barefoot jeweler" <jmx@...>
 

1. Ester Rochel (?) Kuznetsov (?)

No living person, that I know of, knows what my paternal grandmothers maiden name
was. >from notes that my Mother took years ago I've learned that she was from
Belarus, Minsk Gubernia, somewhere near Babroisk. Unfortunately the only other
info I have is >from her headstone...it says that she was the daughter of
Rav Yacov and that she was born in 1896. If anyone out there thinks that this rings
a bell or that we may be related please contact me.

I thought that I had an entry >from ellis islands database which may be her but
there are several inconsistencies. It still may be her but I really have no where
to confirm any of this yet.
It seems that her father was living when she came to this country but stories have
it that her mother and sisters were killed in a pogrom.

Thank you for your indulgence and any help you may be able to give.

Bill Green - Cherry Hill, NJ
MODERATOR NOTE: Don't forget to search the JewishGen Family Finder where you will
find several researchers. Add your own names/towns. It's www.jewishgen.org/jgff

Kustnesova, Kuznetsov, Smith - Belarus , Babroisk, Minsk Gubernia
Green,Grun, Grin - Illoki, Lithuania
Green, Grun, Grin - Latvia,Kandava, Kreslava, Lasdewitz (?)

Belarus SIG #Belarus Jenni DAWIDOW -FUCHS #Belarus

uri nissel <nissel-u@...>
 

Dear SIGers, Shalom

Jenni (Genia?) DAWIDOW, b: Feb.1885 in Minsk, to her parents Jacob-Aharon
and Ita-Sara. The family migrated at the last decade of the 19th cent. to
Breslau. She returned to Minsk after a few years and married to Simon FUCHS,
probably a far cousin of her. She disconnected any contact with her siblings
who made Alia to Palestina-Israel.
If anyone knows about her or about the FUCHS family, please let me know.

Thank you,
Uriel NISSEL, Jerusalem
nissel-u@...
MODERATOR NOTE: Please always check the JGFF before seeking help. Please enter your
own names/towns. www.jewishgen.org/jgff

Searching:
DAWIDOW - Minsk, Minsk gub.
LEVIN - Minsk or Oddessa

Belarus SIG #Belarus Joseph LIPUNSKY-LIPOFF from Grodno #Belarus

Shelly Crane
 

Hello to all,

I ordered naturalization records on Joseph LIPOFF, born 1879 in Grodno. He
came to the US on September 22, 1904 out of Liverpool on the Teutonic.
Joseph lived on Wythe Place in the Bronx and was married to Sarah. He had 2
daughters, Betty (b 1907) and Anna (b 1913). Naturalization date was November 5,
1930. The name on the Ellis Island manifest is listed as Joseph LIPUNSKY.

I don't believe he is a relative of mine. However, if you are related to
this man and would like his naturalization records, I will be happy to send you
a copy.
Please email me privately.

Shelly Crane
crzprncess@...
USA
Poland: DANOWSKI, FAJNTUCH, FRAJND, FROMSEN, GABELMAN, GINSBURG, GRANOT,
LANGUS, KALIFOWICZ, MILEWICZ, LIPOVICH/LIPOWICZ/LIPOFF, MOSHKOWITZ,
SOKOLOWICZ, Ukraine: BERMAN, BINDER, BLAS, BLEKHMAN, CHOLODENKO, DICKTER,
FELDMAN, FISCHER, GITERMAN, GLASS, KVACHINSKI/KWAIT, LEFELMAN, LIPOVETSKY,
MEZHERITZKY, OSCHERANKO, PETROVSKI, SELDMAN, SHAPIRA, SHIFFMAN, WEXLER, ZEISLER

Belarus SIG #Belarus A Missing Surname - and an Educated Guess #Belarus

Scott D. Seligman <heyscott@...>
 

Bill:

I, too, am missing a paternal grandmother's surname, and she was also from
the Bobruisk area. So I read your item with some interest. Have you found
her death certificate? That sometimes gives parental surnames. ALSO...your
grandfather's marriage certificate (or that of any of his siblings) may have
it, as might his application for a Social Security number. If you have not
written Social Security for his original application, it's worth the fee to
try.

In my case, my Zayde, Abraham SELIGMAN, did not know his mother's surname.
His father died when he was quite young and his mother parked him with his
paternal grandfather and ran off, so he didn't know her very long or very
well. He left her surname blank on his marriage form and his Social Security
application. Nonetheless, through the help of a researcher in Minsk (now,
unfortunately, no longer in business, so please don't ask me for his contact
info!), I have a pretty good educated guess about what her surname was.

Here's how we did it. Revision list (census) records for the 19th century
exist in the Minsk archives for the Bobruisk area, and one such record of my
grandfather's family in the nearby shtetl of Parichi listed all of the
members of the household. Zayde's mother's name was given - Rifka - and her
patronymic, Zalmonova, indicated that her father's name was Zalman. Her age
was also given, and by subtraction we established that her year of birth was
1858. So the researcher went back to that year and went through all the
revision list records for the village. He determined that only two Rifkas
were born in Parichi in that year, and only one was born to a father named
Zalman - Rifka BEIMEL.

Now of course it's possible that my great-grandfather married a girl from
another village, but I think this is a reasonable strategy that has yielded
a solid, educated guess. Since you also know your grandmother's patronymic,
it might be an option open to you if you can find someone with access to the
Minsk archives.

Good luck...

Best,

Scott Seligman
Washington, DC


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Subject: Ester Rochel KUZNETSOV (SMITH)

From: "bill \"the barefoot jeweler\"" <jmx@...>

Date: Fri, 25 Nov 2005 10:36:54 -0500 (GMT-05:00)

X-Message-Number: 2

1. Ester Rochel (?) Kuznetsov (?)

No living person, that I know of, knows what my paternal grandmothers maiden
name was. >from notes that my Mother took years ago I've learned that she was
from Belarus, Minsk Gubernia, somewhere near Babroisk. Unfortunately the
only other info I have is >from her headstone...it says that she was the
daughter of Rav Yacov and that she was born in 1896. If anyone out there
thinks that this rings a bell or that we may be related please contact me.

I thought that I had an entry >from ellis islands database which may be her
but there are several inconsistencies. It still may be her but I really have
no where to confirm any of this yet.

It seems that her father was living when she came to this country but
stories have it that her mother and sisters were killed in a pogrom.

Thank you for your indulgence and any help you may be able to give.

Bill Green - Cherry Hill, NJ

Belarus SIG #Belarus new article in newsletter #Belarus

Fran Bock
 

Dear Fellow Genners,

Please click on:

http://www.jewishgen.org/Belarus/newsletter/bnl_index.htm

for an article on Dorothy Harper's search for her family roots -- with
an interesting complication.

Frances A. Bock, Ph.D.
Editor, Belarus SIG Newsletter

Belarus SIG #Belarus KUZNETSOV #Belarus

Genealogy@Matrix <Genealogy@...>
 

In your message you said:
"Date: Fri, 25 Nov 2005 10:36:54 -0500 (GMT-05:00)
1. Ester Rochel (?) Kuznetsov (?)
No living person, that I know of, knows what my paternal grandmothers
maiden name was."

I had the same problem.
I found, however, that there was a child born in this country and the
birth certificate showed the mother's maiden name! So if your mother
or any sibling was born here, find their birth record, it may confirm.
Also, if you can find any obituaries, there is often a wealth of info
there. Also, was she married in this country? Her maiden name and
possibly the names of her parents (her mother's maiden name) may be
listed on a marriage record.

Good luck,
Randy Barbara Messinger,
New Haven, CT

Researching:
MESSING(ER) [Zawalow, Poland ->NYC]; LINGEL [Zawalow->London->NYC];
REGEN [Stanislau/Ivano Frankivsk, (now Ukraine) -> NYC];
STRIZEWSKY/STRAUSS [Stolin/Bazalor(?),Belarus->Philadelphia->NYC&LI]
ROCHMANN/RICHMAN [Barashi(sp?),Zhytomir,Ukraine->
Philadelphia->NYC&LI]

Belarus SIG #Belarus ADANIN & KOPILOV families #Belarus

Uri <uri.adanin@...>
 

Shalom,

If anybody heard about ADANIN and KOPILOV families >from Krasnoyarsk?
My name is Yuriy Adanin.
My Father - Mordechai (Matvey) Yechielevich Adanin was born in Krasnoyarsk
in 1918.
My Mother - Sara Grigor'evna (bat Gershon) Kopilova.

Thank you,

Yuriy Adanin
Wheeling, IL
Uri.adanin@...

Belarus SIG #Belarus Jewish DP-Camp Feldafing #Belarus

Tmahl <Tobias.Mahl@...>
 

Dear readers of this mailing list,

I am doing a research project for the authorities of the city of munich
concerning the history of the famous
Villa Waldberta in Feldafing at the Lake Starnberg near Munich. Today the
building is owned by the city of Munich and used as a residence for art
scholarship
holders.

from 1945-1952 the villa was occupied by the US-Army for the purposes of the
jewish Displaced-Persons-Camp in Feldafing.
The Archive of the Zentrum für Antisemitsimusforschung in Berlin keeps
copies of the "Leo-Schwarz-Papers" and "DP-Germany"-papers in which I found
several
lists with the names of inhabitants of the Villa Waldberta. The
inhabitants mainly came >from Eastern Europe and Germany. The city of Munich
and I are very
interested in finding persons who may be still alive and have lived in the
Villa during the described period or maybe any descendants of persons that
have lived in the building and have died in the meantime. Maybe you know
some of the names?

I have listed the names, the place of birth and the date of birth below.
Sometimes it is very difficult to read the original text so I have marked it
with a "?". It is then mainly meant as "Sounds like". "geb" means "born".
Here are the names:

Awend, Berend; geb. Auschwitz, 18.2.1918
Awend, Dina; geb. Skarzysko, 1.12.1920
Awend, Salomon; geb. Feldafing, 10.7.1947
Aport, Fischel; geb. Skarzysko, 10.9.1902
Ajzenbut (?), Haskiel; geb. Pinsk, 27.9.1887
Ajzenbut, Mirka; geb. Pinsk, 20.11.1893
Ajzenbut, Mowsza; geb. Pinsk, 24.6.1929
Ajzenbut, Estera; geb. Pinsk, 20.10.1927
Balaban, Szyfra; geb. Radzwikour (?), 2.1.1905
Baukowicz/Bajkowicz, Ilja/Elia; geb. Tylzyk (?), 3.5.1902
Baukowicz/Bajkowicz, Fruma; geb. Tylzyk (?), 24.12.1908
Baukowicz/Bajkowicz, Harry, geb. Tylzyk (?), 4.10.1936
Baukowicz/Bajkowicz, Jakob, geb. Tylzyk (?), 1.11.1938
Drzewo, Jakob, geb. Zawiereu (?), 11.11.1921
Drzewo, Jadzier (?), geb. Olkusz, 15.2.1929 (?)
Ellert, Hermann, geb. Nousztadt (Neustadt?), 21.10.1911
Ellert, Erna; geb. Auschwitz, 12.9.1920
Ellert, Heni; geb. Nousztadt (Neustadt?), 12.9.1922
Fischer, Febe (?); Auschwitz, 25.6.1925
Flurman, Luzer; Warschau, 7.11.1921
Flurman, Felen (?); Warschau, 22.5.1923
Flurman, Bruchen (?); Feldafing, 24.10.1946
Finkielsztayn, Abram; geb. Przysucha, 10.3.1918
Finkielsztayn, Sabina; geb. Przysucha, 4.11.1924
Grun (?), Izdor; geb. Milowka, 23.9.1911
Grun (?), Morja; geb. Sosnowiec, 1.5.1920
Grun (?), Bert; geb. München, 29.12.1946
Gordon, Jakob; geb. Kurpi (?), 10.1.1896
Gordon, Rachela; geb. Kowno, 6.8.1912
Gordon, Moses; geb. Memel, 8.4.1926
Gordon, Jakob (no further information)
Galperin, Haskiel; geb. Szeiwle (?), 20.7.1921
Galperin, Sara; geb. Szeiwle (?), 15.3.1898
Kutner, Pejsach/Pesach; geb. Ozorkow, 23.2.1901
Kutner, Marja; geb. Ozorkow, 12.05.1906
Kutner, Leib; geb. ?, 12.12.1924
Kutner, Peppi; geb. Pojend.Rin (?), 28.1.1926
Kiperman(n), Hersch/Hersz; geb. Radziwillow, 2.1.1902
Kiperman(n), Hana; geb. Radziwillow, 3.6.1905
Kiperman(n), Ita; geb. Radziwillow, 4.5.1931
Kielczyglowksi, Berek; geb. Ozsstochowe (?), 18.3.1918
Kielczyglowksi, ?, geb. Radomsk, 1.9.1924
Kielczyglowksi, Aydyl; geb. Feldafing, 29.3.1947
Kirsz, Oszer, Lodz, 1.5.1909
Kirsz, Rosze (?), ?, 5.5.1917
Kirsz, Abram; Feldafing, 29.3.1947
Kaweblum, Helen; geb. Lodz, 6.10.1917
Lechler, Eugennie (?); geb. Tarnow, 24.6.1921
Lechler, Gustav; geb. München, 1.8.1947
Lewkowicz, ?; geb. Olkusz, 1.8.1921
Lewkowicz, Abram; geb. Sosnowiec, 15.5.1921
Lipszyc, Zendel; geb. Kowno, 15.2.1906
Lipszyc, Rachela; geb. Kowno, 15.4.1910
Lipzyc, Mayer/Wolf.; geb. Feldafing, 29.1.1946
Mielich, Hersch; geb. Czestochowa, 13.6.1921
Mielich, Blume, geb. Plock; 18.6.1922
Mielich, Abram; geb. Feldafing, 29.1.1946
Najber(..), Izrael; geb. Pinczew, 28.3.1905
Najber(...), (?), geb. Plock, 18.6.1922
Najber(...), Cywja (?); Feldafing, 20.3.1947
Perelmuter, Haim; geb. Szczercow, 3.6.1909
Reysztayn, Elgasz; geb. Krakau, 22.2.1922
Reysztayn, Frieda; geb. Auschwitz, 25.6.1923
Rozencwayg, Fanach; geb. Lodz, 10.11.1913
Rozencwayg, Bela; geb. Litomirsk, 8.7.1920
Rozencwayg, Laje (?); geb. Feldafing, 19.10.1946
Skora, Samuel; geb. Sosnowitz, 16.4.1919
Skora, Stella; geb. Zywiec, 10.8.1923
Taube, Szlamek; geb. Tobieszki (?), 8.12.1913
Transport, Bronia; geb. Plock, 3.3.1923
Transport Mania; geb. Plock, 5.5.1916
Wolman, Majer; geb. Warschau, 22.9.1920
Wolman, Rozia (?); geb. Warschau, 5.12.1925
Wolman, Pessa (?); geb. Feldafing, 26.8.1946
Zyndorf, Icek (?); geb. Sosnowitz, 10.2.1913
Zyndorf, Dora; geb. Sosnowitz, 20.7.1926
Zyndorf, Benjamin; geb. Wolbrom (?), 10.4.1918
Zyndorf, Genu (?); geb. Dzialoszyn, 14.8.1926
Zwirn, David; geb.Korczs(...), 15.3.1924
Zwirn, Genie(...); geb. Bidzin (?), 7.3.1927

Further Names:

Sowinska (no further information)
Lehrer, Eugenia; Tarnow, 24.6.192?
Lehrer, Leon; Stryi, 14.9.1918

Thanks for your help!

Tobias Mahl Munich Gerrmany

Belarus SIG #Belarus Immigration to London from Eastern Europe #Belarus

MavAlan Shaffer <mavalan_shaffer@...>
 

Dear JGenners,

Does anyone know if there is a website for immigration
to UK
similar to the one for Ellis Island to the US?

With thanks.

Mavis Shaffer
Essex, England



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Belarus SIG #Belarus The role of Belarusian Jews in creating the state of Israel #Belarus

Albert <alic99@...>
 

There is interesting article of Dr. Ioffe >from Minsk:
"The role of Belarusian Jews in creating the state of Israel"
http://www.open.by/belarus-now/cont/1998/0512/politics/4.html

The list is not complete. I can attach some persons, as Moshe Sharet (Chertok) and
Even Shushan.

Best,
Dr. Albert Kaganovitch,
Jerusalem

Belarus SIG #Belarus The role of Belarusian Jews in creating the state of Israel #Belarus

Zalman Usiskin
 

To Dr. Ioffe's article I would add Abraham Menachem Mendel Ussishkin
[1863-1941], one of the leaders of the First Zionist Congress in 1893
and president of the Jewish National Fund >from 1917 until his death.
He was born in Dubrovno, a little town southeast of Vitebsk. The
name Ussishkin derives >from the Usisa River that flows through the
town of Gorodok north of Vitebsk and into the Obol River.

Zalman Usiskin
Winnetka, Illinois, USA


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Subject: The role of Belarusian Jews in creating the state of Israel
From: Albert <alic99@...>
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2005 17:29:57 +0300
X-Message-Number: 1

There is interesting article of Dr. Ioffe >from Minsk:
"The role of Belarusian Jews in creating the state of Israel"
http://www.open.by/belarus-now/cont/1998/0512/politics/4.html

The list is not complete. I can attach some persons, as Moshe Sharet
(Chertok) and
Even Shushan.

Best,
Dr. Albert Kaganovitch,
Jerusalem