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Izyaslav, Ukraine

Изяслав, Yкрана

Yiddish name - Zaslov

REFERENCES

These are some of the references I used to build this web site. Many Universities and some County libraries will have these resources. Some libraries have very good Jewish sections which may be used by the public. One example is the University of Florida in Gainesville. Many county libraries have a genealogy section and access to databases like Ancestry, etc.

  1. Encyclopaedia Judaica, Second Edition, 2007
  2. Encyclopaedia Judaica, 1971, First Edition
  3. The Encyclopaedia of Jewish Life before and during the Holocaust, 2001
  4. Jewish Roots in Ukraine and Moldova, Miriam Weiner, 1999 - This has an excellent account of Jewish life in Ukraine and a comprehensive list of data base sources.
  5. Yad Vashem Encyclopaedia of the Ghettos, 2001
  6. The New Standard of Jewish Encyclopedia, 1992
  7. The Encyclopedia of the Holocaust
  8. The Encyclopaedia of the Jewish Diaspora, 2009 (p. 1007 - historical time line of Jews in the Ukraine)
  9. Wikipedia - Excellent source of information for many of the Shtetls and Countries

If you have any questions regarding this site, or have some information or suggestions, please contact Barry Sieger. Or if you have any original vital records from Izyaslav in Russian - birth, death or marriage certificates - please let me know or send me an example of each, so we can post some of them as examples on this web site. We would like to include family trees of Izyaslav descendants, photos and stories from visits there, or tips regarding searching for related genealogical information.

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Compiled & Designed by Barry Sieger

Updated April 24, 2013

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