Links, Links, and More Links
This is Hugo Gold's
two volume history of the Jews in Bukovina
Peter Elbau is not a
genealogist but has collected a wealth of
The JGen shtetlink
site for Radautz designed by Bruce Reisch
Also designed by
Bruce Reich, the Sadgura shtetlink site.
The official site of
the Bukovina Jews. Areas devoted to
history of Bukovina; Jewish history; travel;
street name equivalents in Czernowitz:
Dizzy Web - all
City of Chernivtsi
Un-Official Home page:
City of Chernivtsi
Official Web Site
speaking notes on
Genealogical Research in Bukovina... Lots of history,
Shushana Hesed is
the Jewish service organization in
Czernowitz. To say they are doing
Link to Eli
Schachar's Gura Humorului
honouring the Jewish community of this southern Bukovina town (now in
Romania). There is a list of former residents -- you may find someone
If you have never
you are in for a very pleasant and interesting journey. Ted
Margulis has put together a most comprehensive set of links to
'Jewish Roots' on the web. You can browse by country for
genealogical sites; check out history of Jewish surnames; find Jewish
recipes; thumb through a great Yiddish dictionary and collection of
Yiddish sayings; the list is almost endless. Click on the URL
above and enjoy!
celebrates the 1908
the Yiddish Language held in Czernowitz. A fascinating
collection of documents, phtographs and other materials relating to the
conference. Well worth a visit.
A Photo DVD and a
Movie DVD about
Czernowitz is available from Reinhold Czarny.
The site is in German with an English translation at the bottom of the
page. Go to http://www.mythos-czernowitz.eu/
Steven Lasky's Museum of Family History: An internet-only museum with material on Jewish life in pre-war and the , including information for Czernowitz researchers such as burial information for Czernowitz society plots, family photographs and links to other sites of interest. You can click here to go directly to the Czernowitz page.The German non-profit initiative step21 started a project all about the Czernowitz poetess Selma Meerbaum-Eisinger. Besides a Europe-wide writing contest, step21 developed a free multimedia-box for teachers: with the box, school classes can learn about Jewish culture and the holocaust in a creative way. More information and ordering of the box at: http://www.step21.de *Note.. this site is in German
Austrian Society for Exile Research, the Vienna Exile Academy and the Theodor Kramer Society -- The Bukowina is very well represented in the publications and the symposia. *this site is in German
The Blogs of Edgar Hauster at http://hauster.blogspot.com/ is an outstanding collection of commentary, schollarly historical research, book reviews, opinion, hard to find data, and chronicles of Jewish suffering across Bukovina, Romania, Galicia, and Ukraine. The breadth and depth of Edgar's work is outstanding. Go there and see for yourself! Most of the blogs are in German; the Czernowitz blog and the Jewish Files of Radauti are in English.
The blog at http://www.ghostsofhome.com/ serves as a site to announce and describe lectures and other events connected to Marianne Hirsch and Leo Spitzer’s book “Ghosts of Home,” to Czernowitz and the Bukowina, and to other East European cities and town that were once home to sizable Jewish populations. It also permits readers to comment and to enter into discussion about the intergenerational transmission of the memory of “lost” places.
The Website of the Chernivitsi Museum of the History and Culture of Bukovinian Jews - http://www.muzejew.nxt.ru/Index-En.html
beautifully crafted by Galina Kharaz.