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October 17, 2012

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Number of Jews in Domachevo 1897, 1921-31, 1939
Download the PDF file from The Goldstein-Goren Diaspora Research Center and scroll down to Domachevo on page 2.
    [Note, 18 May 2014: This document is temporarily unavailable.]

1929 Polish Business Directory
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Conscript Lists of Those Born 1896-1917
Download the Domachevo and wider area lists in PDF format: (Domachevo only, Area Around Domachevo).

1939 List of Synagogue Members
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This list of members who paid dues to the synagogue in Domachevo was provided by Paul Lustgarten with permission to publish here. It is the last listing available before the Domachevo Jews were killed in 1942. Some of the synagogue members lived in the following nearby towns: Bogostawka, Bresc, Brodziatyn, Chetin ul Lubelstyn, Chocistaw, Dubica, Gwozmy, Leplowka, Lina gm Labtoire, Maloryta, Otelsi, Ottusz, Piszcz, Pizarz pow Lubomil, Powolesze, Przechowo gm Oltar, Radzier, Rogoina, Stradcer, Stradecz, Tomaszowka, Warszawa, Wlodawa ul Furmacher, Wlodowka.

Genealogy Records of Domachevo District 1944, 1947-1950 (Archives of Belarus)

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