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Bukovina (region), Romania/Ukraine

Ukrainian: Буковина. Yiddish: בוקעווינע.
Province of Austrian Empire, 1775 to 1918. Province of Romania, 1918 to 1940. Since WWII: N half in Ukraine (chief city: Chernivitsi), S half in Romania.
Original Title:Der Geshichte der Juden in der Bukowina, vol. II
English Title:History of the Bukovina Jews, vol. II
Editor:Dr. Hugo Gold
Published:Tel Aviv 1962
Publisher: 
 Pages: 230  Languages: Ger
Notes:The following are now available on the Yizkor Book Project web site [modern name listed first]: Balaceana, Banilov #1 (Mold. Banila), Banilov #2 (Rus-Banila), Berschad, Boyany (Bojan), Bratslav, Chernivtsi (Czernowitz), Cimpulung Moldovenesc (Kimpolung), Dornesti (Hadikfalva), Dzhurin, Fratautii Noi (Neu-Fratautz), Gura Humorului (Gurahumora), Itcani (Itzkany), Kitsman (Kotzman), Luchinets, Mezhirechye (Czudyn), Migovo (Mihowa), Mohyliv-Podilskyy, Putila, Radauti (Radautz), Sadgora (Sadagura), Siret (Sereth), Solca, Staneshti de Zhos (Unter-Stanestie), Storozhinets (Storozynetz), Suceava (Suczawa), Vashkovtsy (Waschkoutz), Vatra Dornei, (Dorna-Watra), Vizhnitsa (Wiznitz), and Zastavna (Zastawna).
Translation:http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Bukowinabook/bukowina.html
 
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See WorldCat site: http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/610413167
 
Jews' College Library, London, , England, Call No: Has book
 

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