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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)

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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

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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

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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.

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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

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