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Smorgon
Smorgon, Oshmiany uyezd, Vilna-Grodno gubernia
Latitude: 5429' Longitude: 2624' 62.0 miles NW of Minsk

There are other sites for Smorgon; for a Smorgon site ( with the Yizkor book)
created by Ehud Sutskover, Alan Gordon and Ron Arons go to;

http://sites.google.com/site/smorgoner/
For the site by Batya Olsen for jewishgen go to;
http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Smorgon/SMORGON.HTM
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#smor-16:Szulamit Dubrowski (Podolski)
Birth; Smorgon 18/2/1926 Nickname Lome
Holocaust Period; Unit Battalion Woroshilov Resistance Organization Job Combat medic
#smor-17: My mother in law; Chaia (Ida) Rudnick- (born in Smorgon, married Irving Gordon) and her brother; Volf (William) Rudnick-also born in Smorgon
Their parents were; Rohel (Rachel) Schwartz married Joseph Rudnick (lived in
Waterbury, CT, USA). Great grandmother Chia Lavidanski married Volf Svartz/Schwartz.
Hope (Channah) Gordon.

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Smorgon 1940; Fifth Grade

Credit: Ester Kremer (daughter of David, son of Ytzhak Kraines) Ester (and one of her sisters) were amongst the few survivors of the Jewish children of Smorgon.

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The Kraines sisters of Smorgon with daughters in Israel, 1965 (left: Chana with daughters; Varda and Chava. right: Ester Kremer with daughter; Chana).

#smor-20: A camp for branch organizers of the He - Chaluts movement near Smorgon. The camp was held in Turki - Perevoz between October 14 and 18, 1932. The name "Jeshaiahu Pundik" is written on the back of the photo.
#smor-21: Nikolai Michailovich Nikitin - Steinberg, a Jewish partisan in the USSR. He was born in Smorgon in 1907
#smor-22: Members of the Po'alei Zion movement in Smorgon before the First World War.
#smor-23: Members of the local branch of the He - Chaluts movement in Smorgon. Photographed on November 3, 1930. The name 'Nechama Glob' appears on the back of the photo

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Jewish kindergarten class in Smorgon Date: Circa 1938 .

Those pictured include Leah Kovarski, Etka Rabinovitch, Leika Arotzka,
Esther Goldberg, Nechama Ziskovitch, Bela Kovarski, Masha Schwartz,
Tania Marcus, Rachel Yentes and Masha Levine. Only the last three
survived.
Locale: Smorgon, [Molodechno; Vilnius] Poland; Smurgainiai; Smorgonie
[R Belorussia]; Smurgainiai [R Belorussia]; Belarus; USSR; Smarhon;
Belarus
Credit: USHMM, courtesy of Tania Marcus Rozmaryn

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Writer; Avraham Aharon Kabak was born in Smorgon 1883
To read about him in Hebrew go to;
library.osu.edu/

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This is a picture of my father, Baruch Sutskever, and his family in
Smorgon in 1929
The parents are sitting; Itzhak Mordechay and Batia nee Shnit, my
father Baruch is standing in the middle, on his left is his sister;
Rachel, on his right, his brother Shlomo-Neta.
Ehud Sutskover <ehuds@netvision.net.il>
Baruch Sutskever did much to preserve the memory of the people of
Smorgons; The Yizkor book, heading the Smorgon community in Israel and
so much more
Ehud has also done much to preserver the Smorgon community in Israel.

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Yosef Eliyahu and Rivka Lapkin of Kurenets with their children and
grandchildren; standing on the left Daughter Sara Kreichik (Born 1902)
her husband Elkhanan Kreichik (a soda factory owner, born in Krasne in
1890) is sitting below her with their children; twins; Fruma and
Eliezer and son Moshe ( all born in Smorgon in 1925 and twins;1926)
standing from right to left Miryam ( lived with her husband in
Dokshits), Natan Lapkin (a Smorgon' merchant), Baruch (with the hat, a
ritual slaughterer)
Only Moshe Keret Kreichik ( 1925 Smorgon- 2007 Israel) survived the
Shoah. since granddaughter Masha Kreichik is not present the picture
was taken before her birth in 1934. Picture submitted by Moshes'
daughter;
Sara
sarah.res@gmail.com

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My father, Moshe Keret, with a friend
 Sarah sarah.res@gmail.com

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Yoseph Kalmanovitz
Born in Smorgon in 1925 to Ita and Aharon Kalmanovitz
- to read his story in Hebrew go to:
http://www.hod-hasharon.muni.il/apps/hebrew

/newspaper/Default.asp?

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Moshe Koussevitzky

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Brothers; David Kusevitsky and Moshe Koussevitzky with Moshe
Ganchoff
(Photo courtesy of the International Center and Archives of Jewish Music Foundation)

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Shalom Levin and his Family

Smorgon, Laskov Family
Smorgonwomen, survivors, Israel
Smorgon, Laskov

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The Laskov family

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A womens' 20th anniversary of liberation from camps meeting of mostly Smorgon survivors who came to Israel

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Laskov family

Created by Ehud Sutskover, Israel ( a son of Smorgon' native) and by Eilat Gordin Levitan

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Search Card File of Jewish Refugees in Tashkent

to see the cards go to;
http://resources.ushmm.org/uzbekrefugees/name_list.php?IRMIS__FAMILYA_TRANSLIT=&IRMIS__IMIYA_TRANSLIT=&IRMIS__OTCHESTVO_

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Image Family Given Patronymic Year Sex Oblast Rayon Gorod Family Given
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