Delatyn, Galicia

Latitude : 48°32'; Longitude : 24°38';
Location : 101 km West of Chernovtsy, 294.6 miles WSW of Kiev
Variant Spellings : Delatin, Delatyn (German), Deliatin (Hungarian), Delyatin

Delatyn is a village in the foothills of the Carpathian mountains. It lies along the Pruth River within Eastern Galicia. Before World War I it was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire; between the World Wars, Poland, after World War II, the U.S.S.R, and today, Ukraine. Delatyn was home to a vibrant Jewish community until the Fall of 1941.


Dora, Galicia

Latitude/Longitude: 48°28'; N 24°35';
Location : 5.1 miles South of Delatyn

The Glazer-Schreiber family, circa 1917. Residents of Dora.

Lanchin, Galicia

Latitude/Longitude: 48°33'; N 24°45';
Location : 5.5 miles ENE of Delatyn
88 km WNW of Chernovtsy, 289.4 miles WSW of Kiev
Variant Spellings : Ladyshin, Lanchyn, Lanczyn, Lanshin, Lantshin
Jewish Population (c. 1930) : 383


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