This is an interesting story about a family research and findings. Presented with the permission of the author, 2015.
Resident of Chernovtsy, family from Kishinev. October 2013.
translated by by Ella Romm and Michael Romm, 2012. A story of a family living in Kishinev in 1939-1941, witnessed Romanians and Soviets, repressions from NKVD (The People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs) in 1940 and evacuation from Germans in 1941. Presented with the permission of the author and translators, April, 2012.
(Translated by Ella Romm and Viktoriya Titova). Story of a family living in Kishinev, and in close by townlet of Bulboki. Presented with the permission of the author and translator, 2012.
(Translated by Ella Romm and Viktoriya Titova). Life of Meites family in Kishinev and beyond under Russians, Romanians and Soviets. Presented with the permission of the author and translator, 2011.
An incredible story about family from Kishinev, Kishinev pogroms. Presented with the permission of the author, 2011.
Letters from Tzur-Shalom, Israel to Newton, MA, USA, 1994-2008 by Hinka Kogan and Yefim Kogan, Tsur Shalom, Israel, Newton, MA. Translated by David Kogan. Short stories written in letters for 15 years about a large family living in Bessarabia in following towns: Kaushany, Tarutino, Kishinev, Tiraspol, Zaim. Presented with the permission of the authors, 2011.
Presented with permission of the author, 2011.
Story about Morris Cohen discovering that his teacher, Rabbi Alpert, has been killed in the 1903 pogrom and the promise he made.
A personal testimony by Samuel Aroni about the life in the Kishinev Ghetto during WWII.
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