Dubrowa:
Memorial to a Shtetl
(Dąbrowa Białostocka, Poland)

53°40' / 23°21'

Written by: Michael A. Nevins

Spring Valley, New York 2000


 

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Dubrowa: Memorial to a Shtetl
Written by: Michael A. Nevins, Published in: Spring Valley, New York 2000. pp 38


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Dubrowa (Dabrowa Bialostocka) Updated i
Remembering the Children ii
Remarks by Michael Nevins at Cemetery Rededication. June 27, 1995 iv
 
Dedication 1
Introduction 3
Early Geopolitical History 5
Jewish Life in Dubrowa 8
Between the World Wars 14
Two Survivors Recall the Holocaust 18
Aftermath 22
Grodno 24
The Extended Family 26
Irgun Jotzei Dombrowan/Grodno 30
List of Holocaust victims 32
The Nevins Family Story 34
Dubrowa (a poem) 36
Acknowledgement of Sources 37
Additional Readings of Interest 38


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