Nepolokivtsi is a village / small
town in the district Cozmeni Chernivtsi region, today in Ukraine,
before WW2 in North Bukowina, Romania.
The town is situated at an
altitude of 194 meters on the Prut River.
It is located at
a distance of 30 km north west from Chernovtsy, in Northern Bukowina.
It used to be the last
train station in
before crossing the border to Galizia and Poland.
There were two Jewish communities in Nepolokivtsi pre WW2: Most of the
Jews lived in the village itself.
A small community lived in the train station neighbourhood of
Nepolokivtsi, which during the Romanian period was
called "Grigore Ghica Voda".
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לוחמי הגטאות Ghetto Fighters House Archives
Members of the He - Chaluts movement
from the pioneering
training commune (kibbutz hachshara) in Nepolokovtsy (Nepolcauti)
in the photo, shown here at the lumber mill where they were employed,
to the Po'alei Zion movement.
These members in the photo appear to be
sportsmen. Photographed on May 25, 1934.
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