[Cz-L] Mass grave for Austrian Jewish soldiers, World War I

From: Bruce Reisch <bruce.reisch_at_cornell.edu_at_nowhere.org>
Date: Sat, 11 Feb 2017 22:23:16 +0000
To: CZERNOWITZ-L <CZERNOWITZ-L_at_list.cornell.edu>
Reply-To: Bruce Reisch <bruce.reisch_at_cornell.edu>

Dear Friends,

Ive received an inquiry regarding a mass grave for Austrian-Jewish
soldiers at the Zelena St. Jewish Cemetery.

Our group discussed this in 2009:

Apparently there are about 81 burials in this mass grave. The
correspondence in our archives (above) reference location number 120 on
a map, within Area 38. See this map for a fairly precise location:

At the time of the correspondence in 2009, apparently the Austrian
government was refurbishing a plaque for the 81 soldiers. The inquiry
received asked if there is any information on the names of the soldiers
buried in the mass grave. Does anyone know?

Thank you,


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