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Passover in 1942 in Vileyka;
......In one room lived Old Malishkevitch and his wife, and in the second room the family of Chaia Gita, and in the third Muleh Norman and I lived. Old Malishkevitch decided that we must celebrate Passover to spite the Jew-haters. We celebrated it according to the traditions, with matzos and wine, as it was celebrated all over the Diaspora.He wanted to say, "Even if it will be the last Passover in our lives, we will not deny it. We will celebrate as all of Israel, as all of the Jewish people in every nation, and we will shout `Shfoch Hamat-cha’ [revenge on the nations who harmed the Jews]". The old man did everything on his own. HE cleaned the house and the dishes and the oven of all chametz, and baked matzos not only for us but also for the Jews of Kurenets who lived in the camp. Instead of wine we had to use tea, and we had plenty of maror (bitter herbs). When Passover came we all prayed in the minyan and everyone said kaddish. Malishkevitch, with the other Vilejkans, were busy preparing the table for the seder.To this day, I still don’t know w don’t know what happened to me that evening. I remember as soon as I entered the room I started crying. It was a deep cry of mourning for all my family. I couldn’t take control of myself. In front of my eyes stood all my family members that had been alive until recently. And in front of the line stood my sister-in-law carrying her baby in her arms. It had been less than 30 days since they had been taken from this world, and the picture of her face was haunting me. The look in her eyes that wasn’t from this world, when she stood in front of her killers†it seemed as if her spirit was no longer in this ugly world and with the image I heard the sounds echoing in my ears, the passages of those who had given the death sentence. Even the silence was echoing in my ears, screaming to me their last testament, "You are spared to live alone as fate chose. The last remnant of your family, you must keep your life, escape to the forest and avenge our deaths."Meanwhile the table was prepared and the old man came to me and begged me to take control of myself, and to re-enter the room and not to take away from the holiness of the holiday. I answered him. "How can I celebrate when I am the only one left from all of my family?" And once again I started crying.He wouldn’t let go. He demanded that I join the other people, and when I arrived there they begged me that I must not add to the sorrow, that I must stop crying. Come to think of it, this was the only time during the days of the Holocaust that I could not control my tears. The truth is I hadn’t even reached the age of 18 at that point.When I asked Malishkevitch what he planned to do if the Gestapo came to take us in the middle of the seder, he answered, "If that is what they demand, we will accept it."At that moment my decision became very clear. I would not go as a lamb to the slaughter. They will never catch me alive. My head was filled with thoughts of revenge. I was able to convince Muleh that evening that we must be always prepared for the trouble that would come and if they would come to get us we would escape from the window straight to the bath house, where we had prepared a hideout. In the seder ceremony, the son of Hayya Gita asked the four questions, and received the traditional answers: we were slaves, but on the fifth question, "Why do we deserve all that?" was left without an answer. I still do not know if anyone can answer this question until maybe the day when the Messiah.....
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From Vileyka yizkor book, In the Jaws of the Nazi Beast by Yosef Norman
to read the entire story go to http://www.eilatgordinlevitan.com/vileyka/vil_pages/vil_stories_nazi.htmlIn 1992 the partnership was joined by Adv. Smadar Kaplan and in 1995 it was joined by Adv. Efrat Biran. In 1998 the partnership was joined by Advs. Orly Aviram and Yakov Malishkevitch. Our firm specialises in the representation of employers in the labour law sphere.
Vladimir N. Malashkevich, Mona Singh*, and Peter S. Kim Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Department of Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 9Â Cambridge Center, Cambridge, MA 02142-1401
MALASHKEVICH 1906 Lida voter list; appendix to #90 Vilna Gubernia Vedemosti
1912 Lida voter lists for city assemblies - part 'zh'
Surnames with the same Daitch-Mokotoff soundex: Maleshkevich, Meleshkevich, Meleszkiewicz, MilishkovskiMaloskowitz, Abram came from Myadel on January 25, 1912 at age 19
ship; Kroonland (Father in Miadel David) Brother M. Miller, 924 grape St. Syracuse NY
with brother; Maloskowitz, Kopel Myadel January 25, 1912 19 Kroonland
(Father in Miadel David) Brother M. Miller 924 grape St. Syracuse NYMalischkewicz GMiadel August 3, 1902 Potsdam brother L. Malishkewitz, 16 Rutgers Pl NY NY
Name Residence Arrived Age View View View View
1 Malishkevitz,Chaie Wilno 1906 0  Passenger Record  Text Manifest  Scanned Manifest  Ship Image
2 Malishkevitz,Frume Wilno 1906 26  Passenger Record  Text Manifest  Scanned Manifest  Ship Image
3 Malishkevitz,Hene Wilno 1906 3  Passenger Record  Text Manifest  Scanned Manifest  Ship Image
4 Malishkevitz,Jansol Wilno 1906 26  Passenger Record  Text Manifest  Scanned Manifest  Ship Image
5 Malishkewitz,Wladyslaw Nowina, Russia 1907 11  Passenger Record  Text Manifest  Scanned Manifest  Ship Image
6 Malishko,Michael  1906 20  Passenger Record  Text Manifest  Scanned Manifest  Ship Image
7 Malishko,Vincent Oleschkow 1900 28  Passenger Record  Text Manifest  Scanned Manifest  Ship Image
8 Malishkovitz,Idalie Liban 1904 32  Passenger Record  Text Manifest  Scanned Manifest  Ship Image
280 Malischenitz,Sgnaty Wilno, Russia 1911Â 3
Malischewitz,Lonjemus Tomiswisch 1893Â 36
477 Malischkewitz,Karl Nowina, Russia 1907 36  Passenger Record  Text Manifest  Scanned Manifest  Ship Image
478 Malischkewitz,Usepa Nowina, Russia 1907Â 34Â
576 Malisewicz,Furgis Korindki 1906Â 17Â
617 Malishkewitz,Wladyslaw Nowina, Russia 1907Â 11Â
724 Maliskewitz,Koppel Gmiadel 1902 19  Passenger Record  Text Manifest  Scanned Manifest  Ship Image
725 Maliskewitz,Schmul Kowno 1905Â 22Â
1189 Maliszkewicz,Josef Ostroleuka, Russia 1910 24  Passenger Record  Text Manifest  Scanned Manifest  Ship Image
1190 Maliszki,Erzsebet Sramiszlo. Hungary 1913 17  Passenger Record  Text Manifest  Scanned Manifest  Ship Image
1191 Maliszkiewicz,Matensz Czernilov 1907 39  Passenger Record  Text Manifest  Scanned Manifest  Ship Image
1192 Maliszkiewicz,Pawel Czczhilow, Aust. 1910 34  Passenger Record  Text Manifest  ScannedÂ
Surname Given Name Comments Town Source Year
MALUSHKEWITZ Etil On occasion of Druyanow-Shpeyer wedding Druja, Lith. Hamelitz #232 year; 1894
MOLZSHKEWITSH Pinchos On occasion of Druyanow-Shpeyer wedding Druja, Lith. Hamelitz #232 year; 1894
Vilnius Ghetto List ;MALASCHKEWITSCH, Liba born; 1907 Karmelitu 3 Vilna Gaon State Museum of Lithuania Vilnius Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners Volume 1 95 Vilnius Vilnius Vilnius May 1942Â
MALASCHKEWITSCH, Schaja 1911 Karmelitu 3 Vilna Gaon State Museum of Lithuania Vilnius Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners Volume 1 95 Vilnius Vilnius Vilnius May 1942Â
MALASCHKEWITSCH, Zalman born; 1936 Karmelitu 3 Vilna Gaon State Museum of Lithuania Vilnius Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners Volume 1 95 Vilnius Vilnius Vilnius May 1942Â
MALASKEVIC, Bejla born; 1912 Ligonines 5 - 7 - 9 Vilna Gaon State Museum of Lithuania Vilnius Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners Volume 1 127 Vilnius Vilnius Vilnius May 1942Â
MALASKEVIC, Josel born; 1907 Ligonines 5 - 7 - 9 Vilna Gaon State Museum of Lithuania Vilnius Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners Volume 1 127 Vilnius Vilnius Vilnius May 1942Â
MALASKEVIC, Lejba born; 1933 Ligonines 5 - 7 - 9 Vilna Gaon State Museum of Lithuania Vilnius Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners Volume 1 127 Vilnius Vilnius Vilnius May 1942Â
MALASKEVIC, Mera born; 1906 Ligonines 5 - 7 - 9 Vilna Gaon State Museum of Lithuania Vilnius Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners Volume 1 127 Vilnius Vilnius Vilnius May 1942Â
MALASKEVIC, Solem born; 1910 Ligonines 5 - 7 - 9 Vilna Gaon State Museum of Lithuania Vilnius Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners Volume 1 127 Vilnius Vilnius Vilnius May 1942Â
MALASKEVIC, Tajba born; 1938 Ligonines 5 - 7 - 9 Vilna Gaon State Museum of Lithuania Vilnius Ghetto: Lists of Prisoners Volume 1 127 Vilnius Vilnius Vilnius May 1942Â
The 1915 Vsia Vilna Database ;
MALASHKEVICH Paul Kaz  Novgorodskaya Street 36  1915 178
VilniusVilniusVilnius Vsia Vilna (City Directory)
MALASHKEVICH Vlad Iv  Novgorodskaya Street 36  1915 178
VilniusVilniusVilnius Vsia Vilna (City Directory)
MALASHKEVICH Yadviga
 Ostrovorotnaya Street 11  1915 178
VilniusVilniusVilnius Vsia Vilna (City Directory)
MALISHKEVICH Isaak Dav  Bolshaya Street 30  1915 179
VilniusVilniusVilnius Vsia Vilna (City Directory)
MILASHKEVICH Vlad Ivan  Novgorodskaya Street 36  1915 189
VilniusVilniusVilnius Vsia Vilna (City Directory


MLOSKOWSKI, W.     Liquor store   Eisiskes Lida Vilnius Business Directory 1926Â
Lithuania Census 1897 ;
MichaliskesMichaliskesVilnaVilna Vilenskaia StreetMalashkevich MALASHKEVICH, David-Iudel 50 Faivel head of householdSoldier MichaliskesMichaliskesMichaliskes LVIA 768 / 1 / 1 thru 8
MALASHKEVICH, Khana 40 Abram wife- Vilna DistrictMichaliskesMichaliskes


Lomza Yizkor Book Index ;
MALISHEVITZ Â 1920 HaChalutz, Aliya to Israel 255 TEXT
MALISHKEVITZ Sarah  Married Shtern, in Israel 257 T
1906 Minsk Uyezd Duma List MALESHKEVICH Andrey Antonovich Homeowner 142
SURNAME Given name Patronymic Category/qualification List number
MALESHKEVICH Richard Andreyevich Apartment leaser 144


Merkine
Trakai
Vilnius
DOKTOROV Yankel Izrael
 38Â
Died 1854 26
May
1858
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LVIA/515/25/112DOKTOROV Etka  Â
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Yankel's wife, remarried in 1856
DOKTOROV Dvora 49Â Â
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Shimel's wife
MALCHIKOVICH Abram Gdalia Head of Household
 28Â
Died 1852 MALCHIKOVICH Movsha Gdalia Brother
 15Â
Conscripted 1853 MALCHIKOVICH Etka
Wife
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Unknown 1854 VASILEVSKY / HATSKOL David Leyba Brother-in-Law
45Â 37Â
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used both names
VASILEVSKY / HATSKOL Benjamin David Brother-in-Law's Son
20Â missingÂ
  VASILEVSKY / HATSKOL Elka Gdalia Brother-in-Law's Wife
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David's wife
VASILEVSKY / HATSKOL Disha David Brother-in-Law's Daughter
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  VASILEVSKY / HATSKOL Feyga Leyba Brother-in-Law's Daughter-in-Law
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Benjamin's wife