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Radoshkovichi

Also known as Radoshkoviche, Radoszkowice, Radoszkowicze, and Rodoszkowice
Radoshkovichi, Vilieka uezd, Vilna gubernia, Latitude: 5409' Longitude: 2714'
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#r-7:1963; from left CHAIM LEVIN , CHINA IZIKSON, AVIV IZIKSON, ITZCHAK IZIKSON, RACHEL IZIKSON, ZILA LEVIN, BELLA LEVIN, AIZIK LEVIN, ZVI LEVIN, LESLI LEVIN, ZALMAN LEVIN.
#r-8:1958 Radishkovichi; sitting on the ground; ZALMAN LEVIN. Sitting above from left; RIVKA BOTVINIC, SHOSHANA ZILBURG, AVRAHAM RUDERMAN, YAKOV RUDERMAN, MOTI LEVIN, ZINA ALPEROVICH, standing from left; SARA BUNIA BOTVINIC, VELVL BOTVINIC, RAIA MEDNIC, ZILA ZILBURG, ZILA LEVIN, LUBA ALPERUVICH, HIRSHL SHULMN, KILA ALPERUVICH, HAIA SHNITMAN,SHLOMO SHAPIRO, GALIA RUDMAN, MAIR RUDMAN, BENIMIN ZILBURG, PESAH IZICSON, CHAIM LEVIN, ZAV KAPLAN, ELI CHNITMAN, ZALMAN ALPEROVICH.
#r-9:Radoshkovichi 1947
Standing from left; Mr. OKUN, BENYMIN ZILBURG, ZILA ZILBURG SITTING---FROM LEFT Mrs. OKUN with baby, BELLA LEVIN with baby; Zvi LEVIN and AIZIK LEVIN.
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Benjamin Zilburg was born in Radoshkovichi in 4/4/1917
Niomka was a member of Beitar during the Holocaust Period he was
a partisan.Area of Combat;Pleshchenits Forest, Battalion Narodnyi Mstitel
He passed away in Rishon Lezion on 6/3/1994

#r-14:I would like to ask for your help in finding my grandmothers' sisters or their relativies.
I've already sent you some information about them, but later found out this was incorrect, and therfore I update it, in hope that this would help.
Rosa - born c 1893, Dina c 1895. Both of them were born in Radoshkovichi to Chaim & Zelda Eleberl. They also had one other sister - my grandmother ;Stysya (1890), who was married in 1919 to my grandfather (Botvinik) in Rakov.
Roza & Dina were send to the USA somewhere between 1913-1915 to live with relatives.
After the war they found my mother Zelda, who was the sole survivor of her family  in Europe and lived in Kurenetz (belarus), but the address of the sisters in the U. S was lost since.
I'm attaching a photo of Dina & Roza nee Eleberl which they sent to my mother after the war.
Thanks in advance,
Shlomo
salperovich1948@mail.ru

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Reb Michal, the grandfather of Avraham Even Shoshan.
"Reb Michal the shochet was special, young in spirit (I knew him as an
old man), righteous and full of fun, the first to wipe a tear from
someone's face, and always at the heart of any merriment. The whole
Jewish population of Radoshkowitz was one big family, in the best
sense of the word". from Radishkovichi Yizkor book

submitted by Daphna Sheffer
(daughter of Avraham Even Shoshan)

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Jewish Youth

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Jewish Youth

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The Hebrew Tarbut school in Radishkovich

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Members of Hachalutz Zionist Youth movement in Radoshkovich

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Mina Shwartz nee Katz with her teacher and friends Rakishok, 1938

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Radoshkovichi
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I believe the young lady on the far right in picture #16 of Jewish
Youth is my great-grandfather's sister, Rivkah Friedland Nemzer. I'm
sending a photo for comparison. She and her husband Max (aka Eliezer)
and their children Yasha and Fruma were all killed in the Shoah.Only
my great-grandfather survived (as he emigrated in 1906)....
Ian Schlein

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Chasha Grundfest Issacson, a daughter of Dina Dvarsha Rogosin Grundfest that came to the USA pre-war with her husband, Sam Issacson. Sam was in business with Israel Rogosin in the US. When I knew the Issacsons as a young boy, they lived in Brooklyn. I do remember hearing something about a factory in Berlin New Hampshire.

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Yenta Grundfest Sankin, a daughter of Dina Dvarsha, with her husband David Sankin.. Taken in Radoshkovichi (1920's or 1930's)

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Dina Dvarsha Rogozin Grundfest (my great grandmother) Taken in Radoshkovchi, Belarus. (year unknown)

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Esther Rubin Kleinman (my mother, Dina Dvarsha's grandaughter) taken in Radoshkovichi (c. 1926)

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Dina Dvarsha with 2 of her daughters, Gitel Grundfest Rubin (my grandmother) (left) and Yenta Grundfest Sankin (aunt) (right) (guess date is 1926). Presumably Chasia was already in the USA

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Gitel Grundfest Rubin's gravesite. Presumably at stones unveiling. Radoshkovichi (c. 1931-1932). I found this grave on my visit to Radoshkovichi and had it restored.

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Rubin Family- Josef, Gitel, Esther, Jacov. (c. 1927). My grandparents, mother, and uncle Jake.

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Rubin's with baby Yacov (c 1926)

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Sankin boys (guess c 1927)

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Shneur Shulman was born in Radoshkovichi, Poland in 1864. He was a religious teacher and married to Frida nee Yakobson. Prior to WWII he lived in Radoshkovichi, Poland. During the war he was in Radoshkovichi, Poland. Shneur was murdered/perished in 1941 in Radoshkovichi, Poland at the age of 77. This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed on left) submitted by his grandson Arkady Shulman.

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Shmuel Isaacson with friends

     

 

 

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Radoshkovichi

Communal History

A town in Belarus. The Jewish community was established in the 16th century.

The Jews numbered 455 in 1765; 1,701 in 1847; 1,519 (58.90f the total

population) in 1897; and 1,215 (49.4) in 1921. In the 1920s and 1930s the

Jewish economy suffered and there was considerable poverty as a result of the

poor returns, the heavy taxes, and the competition of non - Jews who were

supported by the Polish government. Pioneers from Radoshkovichi were among

the first members of the Third Aliyah. After World War I, Zionist youth

movements were very active and a Ha -Chalutz training farm was established.

In 1921 - 22 Radoshkovichi (then on the Polish - Russian border) was a

transit station for the Jewish refugees returning from Soviet Russia to their

homes in Poland. Communal institutions included a Tarbut school, and a Hebrew

library.

                                       Holocaust Period

On the outbreak of World War II there were about 1,200 Jews in Radoshkovichi.

On Sept. 18, 1939, the Red Army entered the town and a Soviet administration

was established there. The Germans occupied the town on June 25, 1941. An

Aktion took place on March 11, 1942, when 850 Jews were killed. After this

Aktion, a ghetto was established for the remaining 350 Jews. The Jewish

community was liquidated on March 7, 1943, when the remaining 300 Jews were

killed in the ghetto. During the liquidation, about 50 Jews succeeded in

escaping to the nearby forests, where they joined the partisan unit, "the

Revenge." After the war the Jewish community of Radoshkovichi was not

reconstituted. Courtesy of:

"Encyclopedia Judaica"

©1972, Keter Publishing House Jerusalem Ltd

Jerusalem, Israel