Naishtot, Lithuania


Jewish Community of Naishtot

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Naumiestis Jewish Population before the Holocaust: 991
Location: 157 kilometers (97 miles) West of Vilnius (Vilna) 

Background Information
Article on Naishtot by Joseph Rosin 
English edited by Fania Hilelson-Jivotovsky
Original site

Preserving our Litvak Heritage
Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities. Lithuania

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The original site compiled by the late Joseph Rosin z”l and webmaster Joel Alpert.
It was originally created on 1 November 2003 and last updated on 15 June 2009.
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Kudirkos Naumiestis, Lithuania

Kudirkos Naumiestis [Lith], Władysławów [Pol], Nayshtot Shaki [Yid], Vladislavov [Rus], Wladislawow, Naum'yestis, Naumiyestis, Naumiestis Šakiu, Naumiestis, Naumiesčio, Naumestis, Kudirkos-Naumestis, Naumestis, Naumiestis Kudirkos, Neyshtadt Shaki, Neishtat, Neishtat Kudirko, Neishtat Shervint, Novoe Mesto, Nowe Miasto, Vlodislovov

Russian: Владиславов. Yiddish: נײַשטאָט־שירווינט

42 miles W of Kaunas (Kovno), 14 miles SW of Šakiai (Shaki), 10 miles NW of Vilkaviškis (Vilkavishk).

Jewish Population: 2,091 (in 1897), 981 (in 1923)


Władysławów, Władysławów uyezd, Suwałki gubernia, Russian Empire


Kudirkos Naumiestis, Šakiai apskritis, Lithuania



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