[Cz-L] Re: czernowitz-l digest: September 19, 2008

From: Andrew Halmay <venivici_at_rogers.com>
Date: Sat, 20 Sep 2008 05:19:41 -0700 (PDT)
To: Czernowitz Genealogy and History <czernowitz-l_at_list.cornell.edu>
Reply-to: Andrew Halmay <venivici_at_rogers.com>

Re Romanian on the plaque - I would make it clear to the city fathers of Chernivtsy that Popovici was Romanian, not German nor Ukrainian. That this plaque is intended to honor him not to exclude his mother tongue which is to insult him. If they have an objection to Romanian then we will mount the plaque on his ancestral home in Romania and direct all tourism to it instead of to Chernivtsy. I've seen picture of the area. It's lovely there. P.S. And, of course, we can then eliminate the Ukrainian text since it is irrelevant.
Regards. Andy.

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CZERNOWITZ-L Digest for Friday, September 19, 2008.

1. [Cz-L] Latest about the Popovici plaque
2. [Cz-L] 6oo Jubilee
3. [Cz-L] Jubilee
4. Re: [Cz-L] Latest about the Popovici plaque
5. RE: [Cz-L] Latest about the Popovici plaque
6. Re: [Cz-L] Latest about the Popovici plaque

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