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Minkovt'sy, Ukraine

Minkovitz (Yiddish)

Minkowce [Pol],Myn'kivtsi [Ukr], Myn'kivci

Lat: 48 51' N, Long: 27 06'E



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Compiled by Barbara Ellman

Updated: March, 2013

Copyright 2012
Barbara Ellman



      

  Landsmanshaften

  Communities of Minkovitzers organized themselves in the following US cities:

    New York        Ind. Minkovitzer Padolier Society                         Beth David Cemetery Index

    Detroit             Minkovitzer Assistance Union   

                             Minkowitz-Padolier Vereine

    Chicago        

    Philadelphia    United Minkowitz-Podolier Relief   


        NY Independent Minkowitzer Padolier Society - Dinner 1937

    1937_Minkovitzers 

                         

Journal Cover

With World War II coming to an end and uncertainty as to the circumstances that would be found in Minkovitz, US Minkovitzers formed United Minkowitz-Podolier Relief to raise funds to help those remaining in Minkovtiz.

Click on the image of the Journal to view its contents and translations.

The Journal contains many descriptions and memories of life in Minkovitz.

When it was determined that there were no Minkovitz survivors requiring relief assistance, the money raised was donated to build a Kupat-Holim clinic in Tel Aviv.

The following list is of surnames listed in the Journal:
Abelman Faleck
Adesman Falik
Adessman Fefer
Adler Feigenblatt
Allm Feingold
Beckilman Feingut
Beckman Feldman
Bekelman Feller
Bilafsky Finkel
Binder Fishberg
Blinder Folek
Bloomfield Forman
Bluestein Freiger
Blumenfeld Friedman
Borstein Galender
Bortman Garber
Botzman Gecht
Boul Gekht
Branstein Genin
Braunstein German
Brautman Gershgorn
Brodie Goldberg
Brodski Gomlib
Broytman Gordon
Cantor Greenbaum
Cohen Grobdnick
Coira Handelman
Coltun Hertzog
Cuira Jaeger
Derazner Kalman
Dick Kantor
Dik Kassel
Diner Katz
Dinzen/Dintsen Kay
Dorman Kestelman
Dratman Klayderman
Drickman Kleager
Drikman Kligman
Druckman Koppel
Dubinsky Kovinsky
Edelman Kulchinski
Ellman Kushner
Ephroth Kuzminsky
Landau Seidmann
Latterman Selman
Lechman Seltzer
Lederer Sendler
Lerner Shapiro
Letterman Sheinheit
Libman Shtifelman
Maidman Shtrikdreier
Maigen Shulman
Malina Shvaysberg
Malinski Shwaisberg
Malitz Shwisberg
Mandel Siegal
Mayden Sigman
Meilman Silverman
Melman-Kleiderman Spilberg
Meydn Stander
Meylman Stender
Mishner Stendert
Moliner Stillman
Molinsky Stilman
Morgestein Stipelman
Neuman Stoler
Orgayevsky Tabacknick
Palatnik Tannenbaum
Pareles Teitler
Pasternack Tillman
Pasternak Waldman
Pepir Weaneg
Perlman Wechsler
Poker Weisberg
Polek Weiss
Pollik Wexler
Posternack Wolfson
Powerstein Woloshkin
Rekhneyes Yager
Richman Yeger
Rosenzweig Yenteles
Rothman Yossin
Sanders Yussin
Sandler Zeldem
Schochet Zell
Segal Zucker


                                       

                



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