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Delatyn, Galicia Bibliography

  1. Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms . U.S. Bureau of Mines. U.S. Department of the Interior. Second edition. 1996.
  2. Encyclopedia Judaica. Keter Publishing; Jerusalem.
  3. Illustrierter Fuehrer durch Galizien. Helmut Scherer Verlag GmbH. Berlin. 1914. Reprint ISBN 3089433-004-3.
  4. Illustrierter Fuehrer auf den kaiserlich koengl. oesterreischen Staatsbahnen. ( Illustrated Guide of the Imperial and Royal Austrian State Railways). 1914.
  5. Jewish Cemetary Census. Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies. US Comm. No. UA08260101.
  6. JewishGen ShtetlSeeker .
  7. Apenszlak, Jacob. The Black Book of Polish Jewry : An Account of the Martyrdom Polish Jewry Under the Nazi Occupation. Roy Publishers: American Federation for Polish Jews, Inc; New York : 1943.
  8. Buxton, David. The Wooden Churches of Eastern Europe. Cambridge University Press; Cambridge : 1981.

  9. p. 117-118 (Fig. 166) Knyazhdvor (13.8 mi E) Hutsul church, (Fig. 160) floor plan of Delyatin & Nadvorna (7.5 mi NNW) Hutsul churches; p.120 (Fig. 170, p. 121) Mikulichin (9.3 mi S) : Hutsul bell tower; p. 389 (Fig. 304) Azial section of Gvozdets (7.8 mi NNW) synagogue.
  10. Carmi, Israel. Nadvurnah : sefer 'edut ve-zikaron . Hotsa'at ha-irgunim shel yotse Nadvurnah be-Yisra'el uve-Artsot ha-berit : Tel Aviv; 1975.
  11. Czernin-Chudenitz, Franz, ed. Der Dolomitenfreund : Mitteilungen fuer unsere Mitglieder und Freunde. (Friends of the Dolomites : Notes for Members and Friends). Dolomitenfreunde; Vienna : Number III, 1997. (http://www.eye.ch/dolomitenfreunde)

  12. Article mentions Delatyn during WWI.
  13. Dabrowska, Danuta; Wein, Abraham; & Weiss, Aharon, eds. Pinkas Hakehillot (Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities) : Poland - Vol. 2 Eastern Galicia. Yad VaShem; Jerusalem : 1980. Pages 158 - 160.
  14. Davies, Norman. G-d's Playground. A History of Poland. Vol. 2 Columbia Univ. Press; New York : 1982. (Contains no Delatyn-specific references).
  15. Eliach, Yaffa. Hasidic Tales of the Holocaust. Vintage Books; New York : 1982. Pages 10-13.
  16. Field, Joyce. "Treasure Found in Stanislau Rebbe's Home". The Galitzianer . Gesher Galicia. Vol. 3, No. 4. Summer 1996. page 6.
  17. Gilbert, Martin. The First World War. Henry Holt & Co.; New York : 1994.
  18. Gottleib, Scholom N. Ohole-Schem. Pinsk: 1912.
  19. Gotz, Aly. Der Holocaust. Der Spiegel. Spiegel-Verlags. September 6, 1999.
  20. Kann, Robert A. A History of the Habsburg Empire 1526 - 1918 . Univ. of California Press; Berkeley: 1974.
  21. Kagan, Berl. Hebrew Subscription Lists. Ktav. New York : 1975.
  22. Karsel, G., etal. A city and the dead; Zablotow alive and destroyed Ir u-metim ; Zablotow ha-melea ve-ha-hareva. Tel-Aviv Israel : 1949.
  23. Lindwer, Willie. Return to My Shtetl Delatyn. (film). Ergo Media; Teaneck, NJ : 1991.
  24. de Mildt, D.W.  and C.F. Rüter. Die westdeutschen Strafverfahren wegen nationalsozialistischer Tötungsverbrechen 1945-1997. Eine systematische Verfahrensbeschreibung mit Karten und Registern. (The West German Criminal Procedures in Response to National Socialist Genocide Crimes 1945-1997. A systematic procedural account with maps and tables). Justiz und NS-Verbrechen Series.Stiftung zur wissenschaftlichen Erforschung nationalsozialistischer Verbrechen. (Foundation for Scientific Research of National-Socialist Crimes). University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam. 1998.
  25. Mokotoff, Gary and Sallyann Sack. Where Once We Walked. Avotaynu; Bergenfeld, N.J.
  26. Pohl, Dieter. Nationalsozialistische Judenverfolgung in Ostgalizien 1941 - 1944. ( Nazi Persecution of Jews in East Galicia 1941 - 1944 ). Oldenbourg. Munich : 1997.
  27. Silk, Mitchell. "Yiddish Novel About Delatyn and Nadvorne". The Galitzianer . Gesher Galicia. Vol. 3, No. 4. Summer 1996. page 6.
  28. Weiner, Miriam. Jewish Roots in Ukraine and Moldova. Pages From the Past and Archival Inventories . YIVO. New York : 1999.
  29. Wunder, Rabbi Meir. Meorei Galicia : Encyclopedia of Galician Rabbis and Scholars. Vol. 1 - 5. Jerusalem Institute for Commemoration of Galician Jewry. Jerusalem :1978 - 1997.

Hutsul references:

  1. The Changeless Carpathians - Living Traditions of the Hutsul People. The Ukrainian Museum . New York; 1995 : pages 38.

  2. Bilingual catalog in Ukrainian and English.
  3. Encyclopedia Britannica. Chicago; 1997. Volume 18: page 540.

  4. Map entitled "Primary European Ethnic Culture Areas". The only reference to the Hutsuls.
  5. Kimmel, Eric A. One Eye, Two Eyes, Three Eyes : A Hutzul Tale Retold. Holiday House : New York; 1996.

  6. A children's book.
  7. Parajanov, Sergei. Shadows of Our Forgotten Ancestors. Soviet Union; 1964.

  8. Film on the Hutsuls, in the Hutsul dialect of Ukrainian. Parajanov (also spelled Paradjanov) was an Armenian; his wife and son are Ukrainians. He was arrested and imprisoned for 5 years for making the film.
  9. Rieger, Janusz A., editor A Lexical Atlas of the Hutsul Dialects of the Ukrainian Language. Harvard Univ. Press : Cambridge; 1996.
  10. Suchy, Lida Portrait of a Hutsul Village. National Geographic. Washington, D.C. : Vol. 192, No. 5; November 1997 : pages 78-93.
  11. Vincenz, Stanislaw. On the high uplands: sagas, songs, tales, and legends of the Carpathians. translated by H. C. Stevens. Roy Pub. : New York; 1955.

  12. Selections from Na wysokiej poloninie. Hutsul folklore.


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