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Baranowice
Also known as; Baranovice, Baranovichi, Baranavichy, Baranowicze (now in Belarus) Baranovichi, Novogrudok uyezd, Minsk gubernia
Latitude: 53º08' Longitude: 26º02 '82.2 miles SW of Minsk
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/shtetls/shtetl_detail.php?filename=sbaranovichinm
for the Yizkor book;
http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Baranovichi/Baranovichi.html#TOC
Baranovichi

(brn´ôvych) (KEY) , Belarusian Baranavichy, Pol. Baranowicze
(bäränôv´ch) (KEY) , city (1989 pop. 159,315), in W Belarus. It is a major railway junction and has industries that manufacture machinery, metalware, and textiles. Founded as a railway station in 1870 ( part of the Russian Empire) , Baranovichi passed from the Soviet Union to Poland in 1920. In 1939, Baranovichi again was incorporated into the USSR as a consequence of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact.( under German/Nazi rule 1941- 1944) A state university is there.

The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition

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Members of the He - Chaluts movement from a pioneering training
commune (kibbutz hachshara) of the "Shachariya" bloc in Baranowice,
who worked in a sawmill 1933.

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Published; Nov. 4, 1923 Baranovichi
The town rabbi, Velvl Mayer Sheynberg

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(`Jewish Daily Forward' Yiddish caption) "Mrs. Royakh, a well-known
housewife of Baranowicze, pulls the pot out of the oven Friday
afternoon to see if the `kugl' [traditional Sabbath pudding] turned
out right."

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Baranovichi ;
On the grass at the side of a wooden house, while "On tour with
students" (Yiddish inscription): David Herman, actor and director of
the Vilna Troupe (seated far right), his wife Sarah[next to him] ; and
(unidentified) drama students. City Photographer Weltman, Pinja

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Members of the He - Chaluts movement from a pioneering training
commune (kibbutz hachshara) of the "Shachariya" bloc in Baranowice,
1933.

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Members of the He - Chaluts movement from a pioneering training
commune (kibbutz hachshara) of the "Shachariya" bloc in Baranowice.

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Young women, members of the "Shachariya" pioneering training
commune (kibbutz hachshara) of the He - Chaluts movement division in
Baranowice. Before World War II

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Members of the "Shachariya" pioneering training commune (kibbutz
hachshara) of the He - Chaluts movement division in Baranowice.

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Laundry day in the pioneering training commune (kibbutz hachshara)
of the He - Chaluts movement in Baranowice.

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A group of members of the He - Chaluts organization and the
Freiheit youth movement in Baranowice.

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A morning roll call assembly at a camp for Ha - Shomer ha -
Tsa'ir youth movement counselors in Baranowice.

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Members of the "La - Matarah" (Hebrew: To the Target) older
members' group of the He - Chaluts ha - Tsa'ir youth movement in
Baranowice.

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Members of the He - Chaluts ha - Tsa'ir youth movement's branch in
Baranowice.

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A meeting of He - Chaluts ha - Tsa'ir youth movement members in
the Baranowice region.

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A meeting of He - Chaluts ha - Tsa'ir youth movement members in
Baranowice, taking leave of their comrade M. Gulowicki who was
emigrating to Palestine.

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Ester - Rachel Kaminska, a renowned Yiddish stage actress, during a
performance in Baranowice. Before World War II.

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he staff of the Jewish library in Baranowice. Before World War II

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The "shtibl" of the Slonim Chasidim in Baranowice. Before World War
II

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ewish firefighters in Baranowice. Before World War II

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Members of the "Shachariya" Zionist pioneering training group of
the He - Chaluts movement in Baranowice Before World War II - credit;
Moshe Bogomolski

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The "Red Scouts" group of the He - Chaluts ha - Tsa'ir youth movement in Baranowice

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A group of youth counselors of the Freiheit youth movement in Baranowice.

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Leib Leon Arie PRUSZINOWSKI. Baranovichi, Belarus / USSR KOORDYNACJA
. According to the aunt's testimony, Leib's most likely birth date is
17 February 1939. Will it be possible to locate the birth certificate
in Baranovichi?

LEIB'S FATHER MOTEL PRUSZINOWSKI
Leib does not remember his father, but he would very much like to know
what happened to his father in the Red Army.

LEIB'S MOTHER SONIA PRUSZINOWSKI nee KANISZEWSKI
Leib knows extremely little about his mother. After all, Sonia was
from Baranovichi, and the two surviving paternal aunts, now deceased,
were from Stolbtsy. What information can be found about his mother and
her family from Baranovichi?
for more information go to;

http://www.missing-identity.net/mi/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=21&Itemid=26

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Baranowice Cemetery

Baranowicze, Poland, Goldblum

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Baranowicze, Poland, Yenta, the sister of the submitter (Jechezkiel
Goldblum) with her husband Josef Bialostuszki, 1940.

Baranowi
Baranovicz
Baranovicz

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Jechezkiel Goldblum (on the right) with a group of partisans and
Soviet soldiers, 1946.

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Jakub Noach Lew and a friend, Prewar.

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Yenta, the sister of the Yad vashem's submitter.

Baranovicz
Baranovicz
Baranovicz

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Baranowicze, Poland, Chaim Zvika Zalzmanowitz.

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M.O. Lejbovitch.

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Bracha Bykman Holtzman ( right) with family.

Baranowice

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