Refugee cards (Tashkent, during WW-II) - help needed with cursive Cyrillic #records #russia #ukraine


WILLIAM N MARMER
 

For each of the seven cards in this document's last seven pages, I include my own translation of the fields and -- highlighted in yellow -- those fields I cannot read. Can someone fill in those blanks?

These Marmers survived the Shoah by being evacuated east to Tashkent, Uzbekhistan SSR, during World War II.

"My" Marmer family emigrated to America (to Philadelphia) prior to World War I from Baranovka (Ukr: Baranivka), just south of Novograd-Volynsk (a.k.a. Zvil, Zvyagel) in what was then the Russian Empire and now in modern-day Ukraine. I have not yet established any links in the family tree between my family and the Marmers of this document.

Thanks in advance,

William Marmer
Fort Washington, PA


WILLIAM N MARMER
 

The collection of these refugee cards is found on the US Holocaust Memorial Museum site, www.ushmm.org. Search the collection title: RG-75.002, Registration cards of Jewish refugees in Tashkent, Uzbekistan during WWII.  Two collections are offered.  The Russian version requires that the name be entered in Cyrillic letters. There also is a version of the search that is transliterated into English, with some, but not all of the information on the cards transliterated or translated. 

William Marmer
Fort Washington, PA
wmarmer@...


abzaytsev@...
 

Hello! I advise you to search on the Yad Vashem website. There is a base for evacuees there. https://yvng.yadvashem.org/

Alexander Zaitsev, Saint Petersburg, Russia