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Hedwig Brenner

Recorded on the occasion of the collective exhibition “Scattered All Over the World – 25 Jewish Women Artists Hosted by Inselgalerie Berlin”. Hedwig Brenner is presenting volume 4 of her lexicon “Jüdische Frauen in der bildenden Kunst”.

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Theater Greats in Czernowitz!

Link: Max Reinhardt Link: Leopoldine Konstantin Link: Jushny’s “Blauer Vogel” Link: Dela Lipinskaja

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ZEITZUG – TIME TRAIN

http://www.zeitzug.com/

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Visit to Mohyliv-Podilskyi – A Team Work!

We first arrived in town on 22 October 2011 on our way by car from Kamianets-Podilskyi (Ukraine) to Soroca (Moldova), towns from which came my maternal great-grandmother (SARFAS/CHARFAS) and grandmother (BLEKHER/BLAKER/BLECHER). This was my first visit to these regions. Our … Continue reading

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Ropedancers, Fakirs & More!

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Gheorghe Alexianu – The Governor of Transnistria

Alexander Dallin – Larry L. Watts (Introduction) Odessa, 1941-1944: A Case Study of Soviet Territory Under Foreign Rule Iasi-Oxford-Portland: Center for Romanian Studies, 1998 CHAPTER II: Transnistria: Theory and Practice “[…] The civil governor was Professor Gheorghe Alexianu. The holder … Continue reading

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The Liberation of Czernowitz (28.03.1944)

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Misbehaving Hasidim?

I have taken the liberty of posting here, a post that had been rejected because the moderators closed the original thread. Please feel free to continue the discussion below. Jerome From Charles Rosner: (I know that you decided to close … Continue reading

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Dispersed All Over The World

Link: Dispersed All Over The World Link: Bauhaus Women in Exile

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Unveiling Ceremony for Eliezer Steinbarg’s Funerary Monument on 08.10.1933

It is sad, children, in this wide giant world. It is bitter! Let’s at least enjoy a fable! Moshe Altmann Memorial Plate on 23, Kobylanska Street (Herrengasse) History Museum of the Romanian Jews, Bucharest Links: Eliezer Steinbarg, Arthur Kolnik, Barbu … Continue reading

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