Re: [Cz-L] Schools on Herescul Stree and No. 18

From: Bianca Rosenthal <>
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2014 16:17:14 -0700
To: Alfred Schneider <>
Reply-To: Bianca Rosenthal <>

             During the Romanian period, the Heresculstr. school was Liceul Orthodox de fete
             "Elena Doamna" and not open to Jewish girls. However, it also included
            an elementary school, open to everybody which I attended until 1940.
           More recently, it had become a school with English language instruction.


On Mar 17, 2014, at 12:06 PM, Alfred Schneider <> wrote:

> Mordecai,
> Today is Shushan Purim and it would be inapproproate not to answer a question from a Mordecai.
> I did attend the school on Herescul Street 1940-41, the fist soviet period in Czernowitz. It was then the Ukrainian Middle School No. 16. This school had been the Liceul Ortodox de Fete "Elena Doamna". At the beginning of the second soviet period I attended for a short time the yiddish school No. 18 (formerly the Liceul Ortodox de Baieti). During the romanian period I attended the Liceul Aron Pumnul.
> Bleib gesund,
> Alfred (Fred) Schneider

This moderated discussion group is for information exchange on the subject of
 Czernowitz and Sadagora Jewish History and Genealogy. The opinions expressed
 in these posts are the opinions of the original poster only and not necessarily
 the opinions of the List Owner, the Webmaster or any other members
 or entities connected with this mailing list. The Czernowitz-L list has
 an associated web site at that includes a
 searchable archive of all messages posted to this list. As a result,
 Messages sent to the list are available to the general public within days
 of posting.

Please post in "Plain Text" (help available at:

To remove your address from this e-list follow the directions at:


To receive assistance for this e-list send an e-mail message to:
Received on 2014-03-17 16:34:42

This archive was generated by hypermail 2.2.0 : 2014-04-26 21:21:04 PDT