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Vitebsk

Vitebsk, Belarus

Location: 
55°11'N_30°10'E?
199 miles NE of Minsk
Other Names : Belorusian: Vitebsk;  German: Vicebska; Latvian: Vitebskas, Lithuanian: Vitsebsk, Vicebsk, Viciebsk; Polish: Wizebsk; Russian:, Witebsk , Yiddish: Vitsepsk. Vitsyebsk

Vitebsk

Also known as OKTYABR'SKIY RAYON, and WITEBSK.

http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Vitsyebsk/Pictures/MyVitebsk_2.html
http://www.physics.brocku.ca/~edik/Vitebsk/Introduction.php
http://www.physics.brocku.ca/~edik/Vitebsk/postcards/

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Avraham Amsterdam of Vitebsk

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A group of Jewish socialist revolutionaries from Vitebsk turn of
century (c1900)

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Members of HaChalutz in Vitebsk on the way to Palestine ( picture
was taken at their stop in Rokiskis, Lithuania)

Vitebsk
Vitebsk
Vitebsk

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Yosef Abramis, a teacher from
Vitebsk, with his pupils

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Liza Amsterdam of Vitebsk

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Zalman Skorobogatov, a Jewish revolutionary from Vitebsk

Vitebsk
Vitebsk
Vitebsk

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Vitebsk marketplace- Chagall

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Chagall; View from the window, Vitebsk

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Two Jewish young women from Vitebsk who belonged to a revolutionary
movement that opposed the tsarist regime

Vitebsk
Vitebsk
Vitebsk

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Members of the HeChaluts movement in the first agricultural
pioneering training group (hachshara) in Vitebsk 1921

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Members of an agricultural pioneering training farm (hachshara) of
the HeChaluts movement in Vitebsk 1921

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Members of an agricultural pioneering training farm (hachshara) of
the HeChaluts movement in Vitebsk, in their vegetable patch.

Vitebsk
Vitebsk
Vitebsk

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Solomon Shif, a young Jew from Vitebsk, member of a revolutionary
movement that wanted to overthrow the Russian tsar

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A view of Vitebsk - woodcut by Shlomo Yudovin. Shlomo Yudovin was
born in 1894 in Beshenkovitchi near Vitebsk. Shortly thereafter, his
parents relocated to Vitebsk. Yudovin lived in Vitebsk until 1926.

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A Jewish funeral in Vitebsk - woodcut by Shlomo Yudovin. For more
information on the artist go to:
http://www.physics.brocku.ca/~edik/

Vitebsk/VitebskAmol/node34.html

Vitebsk
Vitebsk
Vitebsk

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Esther Meitin
Gender:
Female
Birth:
circa 1860 
Viciebsk, Vitsebsk District, Vitebsk Region, Belarus
Death:
Riga, R?gas pils?ta, Riga, Latvia
Immediate Family:
Daughter of ? 
Wife of Zvi Hirsh Gregory ??? Meitin ?????? 
Mother of Jacob (Yacov) Meitin; Leo Lev Leova Meitin; Nachum ???? Meitin  Julius (Joel/ Yoel) Meitin Rosa Shoshana Chait/ Chayut; Dr. Eva Yeva Bovshover or Bowschower; Malka Sheina Perlin; Dr. Simon Meitin; Samuel Meitin and Yulius Yoel Meitin

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Esther Meitin and Zvi Hirsh Gregory Meitin(Meitin) 

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Zvi Hirsh Gregory Meitin(Meitin) 
Gender:
Male
Birth:
1853 
Viciebsk, Vitsebsk District, Vitebsk Region, Belarus
Death:
1942 (89) 
Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District, Israel
Immediate Family:

Son of Pinchus Meitin 
Husband of ???? Esther Meitin ?????? 
Father of Jacob (Yacov) Meitin; Leo Lev Leova Meitin; Nachum ???? Meitin ??????; Julius (Joel/ Yoel) Meitin ??????; Rosa Shoshana Chait/ Chayut; Dr. Eva Yeva Bovshover or Bowschower; Malka Sheina Perlin; Dr. Simon Meitin; Samuel Meitin and Yulius Yoel Meitin« l

Slonim
Slonim

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Vladlen Abramson was born in Minsk, Belorussia (USSR) in 1924 to Moisei and Roza nee Aizenshtat. He was an uchashchiysya and single. Prior to WWII he lived in Vitebsk, Belorussia (USSR). During the war he was in Slonim, Poland.

Vladlen was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his brother, Leonid Abramson

 

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Rozaliya Abramson nee Aizenshtat was born in Slonim, Poland in 1898 to Lev and Yudit. She was an economist and married to Moisei. Prior to WWII she lived in Vitebsk, Belorussia (USSR). During the war she was in Slonim, Poland.

Rozaliya was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her son, Leonid Abramson

 

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