Re: [Cz-L] Popovici plaque

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Date: Sun, 08 Jun 2008 10:24:31 -0400

Having a plaque outside the museum educates people beyond those already
interested in Jewish history. That is important, especially with
Popovici, who reached outside the circle of his own faith - Eytan

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From: Miriam Taylor <>
To: David Glynn <>; Czernowitz
Sent: Sat, 7 Jun 2008 11:22 pm
Subject: Re: [Cz-L] Popovici plaque

Miriam (Mimi) Taylor <>

I agree with David about the importance of having a memorial plaque
to Traian Popovici in a public place in Chernivtsi. In the museum there
exists the possibility of telling much more about the actions of this
outstanding man and I hope that this possibility will be fully utilized,
but the plaque will have a different significance and I think that
the one does not exclude having the other.


> The museum should of course have a section presenting Popovici.
> But it is not the ideal place for a memorial plaque. The plaque
should be
> in a public place, such as Popovici's house, where Chernivtsians and
> visitors will see it. Such a location carries an implication that
the city
> is joining in the memorialisation. Siting the plaque in a museum has
> implications of it being a museum exhibit rather than a memorial.
> that the message is only for Jews, rather than for the city and
indeed for
> the world at large.
> David
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