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Sharkovshchyzna
Sharkovshchyzna, Disna uyezd, Vitebsk gubernia

Today; Belarus, 1944- 1990s; Soviet Union, 1921- 1939; Poland, pre First World War; Russian Empire.
Also known as; SHARKOVSHCHIZNA
SHARKOVSHCHINA, SZARKOWSZCZYZNA, Sarkauscyna
Latitude: 5522' Longitude: 2728'
101.3 miles N of Minsk 101.3 miles N of Minsk
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#shrk-10: Jews at work in a shoe factory in the Szarkowszczyzna ghetto. Date:
1942 Locale: Szarkowszczyzna,
Credit: USHMM, courtesy of Mark Fintel

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Berl Leib Mindlin, son of Avner Mindlin and Henia. Henia was born in
Germanowichi in 1902 to Shlomo and Khava Berzon. Henia perished in
1942 in Szarkowszczyzna. Her daughter (Riva Shoob) survived and gave a
report to Yad Vashem. Her son Berl Leib Mindlin ( pictured) also
survived the holocaust as a fighter.
He immigrated to Israel in 1958. He is still living there.
Akiva Wasserman ( a cousin)

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Berl Leib Rutstejn, born in Lushky, in a photo taken after the war
(his mother was Yehudis (nee Berzon) Rutstejn.
Akiva Wasserman ( his cousin)

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The Disna Uyezd Research Group is happy to have made available to its
members translations of the 1850 Revision List for the shtetlach of
Bildziugi, Disna, Druya, Germanovici, Glubokoye, Golubicy, Leonpol,
Plisa, Postovy, Sharkovshina, finally Luzhek.
Translations were sent to each member
best regards,Batya Matzkin Olsen, Concord, Massachusetts USA
http://www.jewishgen.org/jgff/jgff-faq.html#q3.7
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