1 edition of Surviving Jews in Czestochowa = found in the catalog.
Surviving Jews in Czestochowa =
Title on p. 1: Jews registered in Czestochowa.
|Other titles||Jews registered in Czestochowa., Judios sobrevivientes de Czestochowa.|
|LC Classifications||DS135.P62 .C93 1950|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||44|
The possibility of providing urgent aid for the surviving Jewish population in our home city of Czenstochow needs to be created within the framework of activity of the Czenstochower Aid Organization, such as: Medical aid, food items and clothing. Care for orphans and children and the focusing of attention on their education and development. In addition to Books of Residents, JRI-Poland has indexed Census records from a number of towns. Unlike the Books of Residents which were kept on an ongoing basis, each Census was a snapshot of the families living in the town at a specific time.
The Czestochowa-Radomsko Area Research Group finds and translates Holocaust survivor lists and death lists from around Poland. This database is one of the largest on the web, with over , records so far, covering hundreds of towns and consisting of more than separate projects. This database contains information on about 2, Jewish Holocaust survivors from the Kielce district of Poland. These names were originally published in the page booklet Surviving Jews in Kielce District, published by the World Jewish Congress in New booklet is .
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Shortly after the conclusion of World War II, the World Jewish Congress published a booklet entitled “The Surviving Jews in Częstochowa” based on lists supplied to it, at that time, by the Central Jewish Committee in Poland. Surviving Jews in Czestochowa (published about ) This database of 2, Jewish survivors was published in book form by the World Jewish Congress based on names submitted by the Central Jewish Committee in Poland.
“The Surviving Jews in Częstochowa” The Project aims to ensure that ALL Częstochowa Yizkor Books are translated into English accurately, correctly and completely. This will enable our Holocaust Survivor ancestors to continue to “speak” to our future generations.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Surviving Jews in Czestochowa = by,World Jewish Congress edition, in English Surviving Jews in Czestochowa = ( edition) | Open LibraryPages: Title on p.
1: Jews registered in Czestochowa Reprints of this item are offered for sale by the Yiddish Book Center. Internet: ; email. Surviving Jews in Czestochowa = Judios sobrevivientes de Czestochowa. Publication | Library Call Number: DSP62 C z Judios sobrevivientes de Czestochowa.
Format Book. Published New York: World Jewish Congress, [?] Locale Poland Częstochowa. Language English. Expand all. About This Publication.
Physical Description 44 p. Surviving Jews in Czestochowa = Judios sobrevivientes de Czestochowa This Yizkor book commemorates Czestochowa (Poland). This edition was published in [?] by World Jewish Congress in New York.
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The Częstochowa Yizkor Books Project has been made possible by the financial support of the Wolf Rajcher z”l and Dora Rajcher z”l were both Holocaust survivors from Częstochowa. They were prisoners in both the “Big Ghetto” and the “Small Ghetto” and, until liberation, were slave labourers in HASAG-Pelcery.
38 rows This is a translation from: Tshenstokhover yidn The Jews of Czestochowa, ed. Mahler. Surviving Jews in Czestochowa: Booklet submitted to the World Jewish Congress by the Central Jewish Committee in Poland.
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(ID: ) The Jews of Czestochowabook index ( records) (ID: ). Surviving Jews in Kielce District. This database contains the information about 2, Jewish Holocaust survivors from the Kielce district of Poland.
These names were originally published in the page booklet Surviving Jews in Kielce District, published by the World Jewish Congress in New York. The booklet is undated, but was likely published.
Czestochowa () Additional title: Surviving Jews in Czestochowa Additional title: Judios sobrevivientes de Czestochowa Additional title: Jews registered in Czestochowa Collection. Yizkor Book Collection. Dates / Origin Date Issued: - (Inferred) Place: New York Publisher: World Jewish Congress Library locations Dorot Jewish Division.
The Yizkor book collection is a joint project by the Yiddish Book Center and New York Public Library. These books are scanned from the New York Public Library's Yizkor book collection.
Contact the Yiddish Book Center for information about reprint copies of these books. Surviving Jews in Czestochowa = Judios sobrevivientes de Czestochowa. Częstochowa Tour Guides If you intend visiting Częstochowa and need a tour guide, then Częstochowa’s Jan Długosz University can help you.
The university has established a service which offers student-guides who are both English-speaking and well-versed in the history of Jewish Częstochowa.
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