Re: [Cz-L] Census of Romania for the Year 1930: Province of Bucovina (Jewish Population)

From: Benjamin Grilj <b.grilj_at_perspectiveast.com>
Date: Sat, 12 Jul 2014 17:22:46 +0200
To: Edgar Hauster <bconcept_at_hotmail.com>
Reply-To: Benjamin Grilj <b.grilj_at_perspectiveast.com>

Edgar,

thanks a lot - as always outstanding work!

Best, Benjamin

Am 12.07.2014 um 12:52 schrieb Edgar Hauster <bconcept_at_hotmail.com>:

> Dear friends,
>
> Motivated by Marc Goldberger and Dean Echenberg, I conducted an in-depth analysis of the "Census of Romania for the Year 1930" focussed on the "Province of Bucovina", particularly with respect to the Jewish population. FAQ:
>
> Where lived my (Jewish) ancestors in Bukovina before WW2?
> What was their (Jewish) share of the total population in 1930?
> How many of them acknowledged Yiddish as their mother tongue and Judaism as their religion?
> Where was their town/village/shtetl located - by departments and districts - before WW2?
> Where is it located today and how do I get there?
>
> You'll find answers on these and more questions, including direct one-click access to GoogleMaps and GPS coordinates - ! ! ! - at:
>
> http://czernowitz.blogspot.de/2014/05/census-of-romania-for-year-1930.html
>
> or for each of the five departments of the Province of Bucovina at:
>
> Campulung: http://czernowitz.blogspot.de/p/bucovina-department-campulung.html
> Cernauti: http://czernowitz.blogspot.de/p/census-of-romania-for-year-1930.html
> Radauti: http://czernowitz.blogspot.de/p/census-of-romania-for-year-1930-radauti.html
> Storojinet: http://czernowitz.blogspot.de/p/census-of-romania-for-year-1930_15.html
> Suceava: http://czernowitz.blogspot.de/p/census-of-romania-for-year-1930-suceava.html
>
> A comprehensive listing - sorted in alphabetical order - for all 354 towns and villages in pre-WW2, including once again direct one-click access to GoogleMaps and GPS coordinates, is available at:
>
> http://czernowitz.blogspot.de/p/census-of-romania-for-year-1930_6.html
>
> I have to admit, that this analysis looks at a first glance perhaps too academic, but by entering deeper into this topic and analysing carefully the data, you'll rediscover your ancestor's Jewish Shtetls in Bucovina. For instance, from
>
> A like Adanacata - Hlyboka - 235 Jews (4,3 %) out of a total population of 5,438 in 1930, via
> C like Cernauti - Czernowitz - 42,592 Jews (37,9 %) out of a total population of 112,427 in 1930, down to
> Z like Zviniace - Zvenyachyn - 139 Jews (18,5 %) out of a total population of 753 in 1930
>
> you'll get an idea of the significance of Jewish life in each and any town/village in Bukovina as an additional contribution to your research activities and/or travel planning in the particular area.
>
>
> Edgar Hauster
> Lent - The Netherlands
>
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