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March 26, 2013




Census & Residents Data



History & Resources

Yiskor & Remembrances



Russian Language Documents from the 1930s

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If you have the ability to translate these documents to English, please contact Joyce Oshrin at the link shown below.


The Night of the Burning: Devorah's Story, by Linda Press Wulf, 2006. True story of 11 year old Devorah and her little sister in 1920 who were the sole family survivors of a Cossack attack on Domachevo. They were taken by a South African philanthropist, Isaac Ochberg to South Africa and adopted separately. Good description of Domachevo before World War I. Available from Amazon and other booksellers.

The Shoah in the Ukraine: History, Testamony, Memorialization, edited by Ray Brandon and Wendy Lower. Read an excerpt from the book about Domachevo here at Google Books.

Web Resources

History of Domachevo and Origin and Ancient History (from

The State Archives Network of the Republic of Belarus

Domachevo by Chilke Weinreich (page 90 of this link)

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