Memorial to the Jews of Drohobycz, Boryslaw,
and surroundings
(Drogobych, Ukraine)

49°21' / 23°30'

Translation of
Sefer zikaron le-Drohobycz, Boryslaw ve-ha-seviva

Edited by N. M. Gelber

Published in Tel-Aviv, 1959


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This is a translation from: Sefer zikaron le-Drohobycz, Boryslaw ve-ha-seviva
(Memorial to the Jews of Drohobycz, Boryslaw, and surroundings), ed. N.M. Gelber. Tel Aviv,
Association of Former Residents of Drohobycz, Boryslaw and Surroundings, 1959 (H,Y)

Our sincere appreciation to the Association of Former Residents of Drohobycz,
Boryslaw and Surroundings, for permission to put this material on the JewishGen web site.

Note: The original book can be seen online at the NY Public Library site: Drohobycz


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I. DROHOBYCZ
 
Shin Shalom: Foreword facing p.11
Dr. N. M. Gelber: The History of the Jews of Drohobycz 11-60
Dr. Benjamin Zvi Gil (Freilichmann): The Demographic and Socio-Economic Aspects of Jewish Life in Drohobycz and Surroundings 61-83
Zelig Hacohen Lauterbach: Autobiography 84-88
Shimon Segal: This I Remember 89-94
Yehuda ben Abraham: The Religious Life of the Jews of Drohobycz 95
Shmuel Rothenberg z"l: Drohobycz between the Two World Wars 96-99
Anonymous: Drohobycz under Ukrainian Authority 100-102
Dr. Zvi Heller: Drohobycz, the Zionist City 103-104
Rivka Shapira: My Memories of Drohobycz 105
Yehuda Cohen: Pleasant Memories 106-107
Dr. Chaim Deutschmeister: The Life of the Workers and the Masses in Drohobycz and Boryslaw 108-114
Dr. Shimon Lustig: The Zionist Movement in Drohobycz 115-131
S. Segal: Dr. Leon Tannenbaum z"l 132
Shimek Fritz Eidelscheim: The Young Workers' Movement for Eretz Israel 133-135
S. Shalom: Memoiries of Drohobycz 136-148
Abraham Yaakov Shapira: My Memories of Drohobycz 148-149
Yosef Kitai: The Drohobycz Rabbi Rabbi Chaim Meir Yekhiel Shapira 150-154
Dr. Simcha Margalit and Dr. M. Dornstrauch: The Destruction of Jewish Drohobycz 155-167
 
II. BORYSLAW, MEDENICE, SCHODNICA
 
Dr. N. M. Gelber:A History of the Jews in Boryslaw 171-176
Engineer Yitzhak Stiefel: Boryslaw as an Industrial Oil Centre and the Role of the Jews of Boryslaw in the Industry 177-184
Josef Kitai: Boryslaw, the Oil Town 184
Yitzhak Heller: My Little Hamlet, Medenice 185-187
Josef Kitai: Schodnica
   The Destruction of Schodnica and the Surroundings
188-192
In Memory of the Martyrs of Schodnica 193
 
III. YIDDISH SECTION
 
Moishe Gross Zimmermann: On the Eve of Destruction 194-197
Dr. Chaim Deutschmeister: Torn Memories 198-207
Dr. Simcha Margalit and Dr. M. Dornstrauch: The Destruction of the Drohobycz Community 207-224
 
List of illustrations

 


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