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|Susan Weinberg <susanweinberg@comca
I am planning on visiting Belarus for a one day visit to Dunilowitz and
Glebokie in August and am interested in anyone else's experience in visiting
these towns. Has anyone worked through the Jewish Heritage Research Group
in Belarus? (Please respond privately to me on this question)
My great-grandparents, Schloime and Malka Raichel (later changed to
BELARUS: RAICHEL, LIEBOWITZ from DUNILOWITZ, SCHER,GOLD from GLEBOKIE
| I will be in Vilnius, Lithuania for a month for the Vilnius Yiddish
Institute and hope to get a chance to go to the archives and do some
research. The two towns that I am researching, Dunilovichi and Glebokie,
both have census data that is held at the Vilnius Archives. I am interested
in whether anyone has done research at the Archives. I've contacted a few
researchers, but am thinking about doing some of my own research if the
archives are accessible. I can work my way through Cyrillic Russian, albeit
slowly. If anyone has been there, I'm interested in whether you had earlier
communications with the archives prior to your visit, if you have an e-mail
address that works for the archives(I have one that apparently doesn't)and
if they let you photocopy records or at least take a photograph. Also any
costs that are assessed if you are there in person doing your own research.
Alternatively is there a researcher that you recommend who will work with
you while you are there?
BELARUS: RAICHEL from Dunilovichi, LEIBOWITZ, SHER and GOLD from Glebokie
The program can be heard @ http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00vc51h
Here begins an extraordinary journey to Lithuania and Belarus for
These two countries once thronged with Jewish life, a life that was
In Kaunas, an interview with Professor Egidius Aleksandrovicius lays
Studying the Families of
From: Haim Furman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I would appreciate your assistance regarding the testimony with the title:
June 1941, The Germans entrance to Dunilovichi By Yitzhak Mushkat (A
In the testimony, there are 2 parts that I want to focus on:
1. We went out of the house and dawn was breaking. By day, we had to
When the policeman went away, I ran into the forest. I was in the
When we heard this, we had a shred of hope. We decided to go there
2. We were driven deep into the forest until we noticed patrols at
I am Reuven Furman's grandson.
I believe that one of his two sons is my father, Jacob Furman, and the
The eight-year-old son (in part 1) should be my uncle.
My father had 7 brothers and sisters and he told us that they,
He actually didn’t see them all dead, by he told us that he know...
I hope that you could light more details about this story.
Thanks in advance,