RE: [Cz-L] More about Ion Nistru - Ethnographic map of Bukovina

From: cornel fleming <>
Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2014 14:14:21 +0000
To: "'Berti Glaubach'" <>, "'Miriam Taylor'" <>
Reply-To: cornel fleming <>

If you read the history of the immediate post-war period, Ukrainian horsemen
in large numbers rode into Czernowitz.They were "persuaded" to leave by 2
returning Jewish officers of the 41st Infantry organizing other returnees to
set up patrols and roadblocks etc. and eventually the Romanians marched in.
>From the point of view of the Jews this,in the long run,was a good thing!
In spite of Transnistria etc a quite large number survived WW2, unlike those
who were in Ukrainian territory and therefore under full German control.

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Berti
Sent: Sunday, January 19, 2014 9:28 AM
To: Miriam Taylor
Subject: Re: [Cz-L] More about Ion Nistru - Ethnographic map of Bukovina

Czernowitz would have been Ukrainian from 1919 if Nistor et alia would
have been less active.
Of course not Austrian.

On Sat, Jan 18, 2014 at 8:02 PM, Miriam Taylor <> wrote:
> I looked for information about Ion Nistor on Google.
> Here is what I found:
>> Nistor a fost probabil unul dintre cei mai cunoscuți masoni suceveni.
>> Istoricul a fost unul dintre artizanii unirii Bucovinei cu Regatul Român,
>> fiind cel care a redactat "Actul Unirii".
>> Ion Nistor a fost un istoric și militant unionist, membru al comitetului
>> de organizare a Adunării Naționale de la Cernăuți,
>> care a hotărât unirea cu România, în cadrul căruia
>> a redactat "Actul Unirii".
> As best as I can translate this:
> Nistor, probably was one of the best known masons from Suceava.
> The historian was one of the artisans of the union of Bucovina with the
> kingdom of Romania. Because he was the one who edited the "Act of
> Ion Nistor was a historian and militant unionist, member of the committee
> for the organization of the Adunării Naționale de la Cernăuți,
> which demanded union with Romania, and its framework edited the
> "Act of Unision".
> Had it not been because of Ion Nistor and the likes of him,
> as well as their sympathizers in Britain, Czernowitz would have remained
> part of Austria?
> Mimi
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