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Dear all, I’m looking for few details about a house in Radauti. Only few things I discover. The house is on Kirchengasse street in Radauti. In 1938 used to live in that house 2 families, Rebeka the daughter of Joel David and Puskas Postilniuk. Since 1959 once the colectivization settle in Romania, the house was in the state property as a part of agricuture minister. Maybe someone knows the person, or maybe the house. We are working on a project which include the rehabilitation of the house and transforming it into a museum, The Minorities Museum From Bucovina. Alexandra Nichitean
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General Eduard von Böhm-Ermolli at his command post; briefing with Austrian officers at the map table [00:10]; destroyed bridges over the Pruth before Czernowitz [02:11]; Austrian troops bivouac on the banks of the Pruth [03:04]; horsepond [03:49]; Czernowitz after being taken on 3rd August 1917: burning railway station building and burning crossties [04:37]; destroyed dome of the railway station [05:50]; ruins of houses [06:23]; the fire brigade extinguishing flames [07:14]; children in the city streets [07:25]; Austrian troops march past Archduke Franz Joseph on 4th August 1917 in Czernowitz [07:42].
Florin Dyrda from Boian, a graduate of the Chernivtsi National Yuri Fedkovych University both in history as well as in computer systems and networks, is the creator/webmaster for a huge number of websites related to the history of Boian. A couple of days ago Florin drew our attention to his posting (in Romanian laguage) on the former Synagogue of Boian, erected at the end of 19th century and destroyed by the Russian Cossacks during WW1. Florin’s fine investigative skills led to this detective work:
In addition a list of Jews from Boian, compiled by Prof. Vasile Bizovi, is available at the site above and can be downloaded by clicking here. No doubt about, Florin’s perception of history is from a Romanian angle of view, but his websites focussed on history, churches/synagogies, schools, traditions, today’s life, photos, videos and events offer a wealth of material around Boian. Don’t miss Florin’s links/websites:
Boian Map Room: http://www.mareleboian.com/istorie/imperiul-austro-ungar-1775-1918/harti/
Museum of Boian in Alberta/Canada (English): http://www.boianalbertamuseum.com/
Bukovina Open Air Museum (English): http://bukovina-museum.com/en/
Thank you Irene Fishler for supplying a Hebrew language brochure (below) describing the conference coming up on March 15, 2016. The organizer’s contact information may be found a the bottom of this page:
Dr. Ronit Fischer
Center for Jewish History
We are honored to invite you to a convention entitled:
Society and History of Bukovina
The “Multi-Kulti” district of Rumania
March 15, 2016
Room 15, Meyersdorf building
9:00-9:30 coming together and refreshments
- Professor Uzi Rebhun, Director of the Center for Research on Romanian Jewry
- Mrs. Andreea PăstârnacAmbasador of Rumania in Israel
- Professor Dror Wahrman, Dean of Humanities at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
- Mr. Micha Harish, Chairman of the AMIR organization.
- Dr. Sa’ar Pauker, representative of the Pauker family.
10:00-11:15 First Session
Bukovina as a Symbol for Multi-Culturalism
Chairman: Professor Daniel Blattman Hebrew University
- The Jews of Bukovina as a symbol for Romanian heterogeneity in the inter-war period
Dr. Ronit Fischer, Hebrew and Haifa Universities.
- To describe and imagine Czernowitz – Professor Ya’avetz and his town.
Dr. Rafael Vago, Tel Aviv University
- Back to Czernowitz, a paradox of memory and nostalgia – a historic-anthropologic approach.
Dr. Florence Heyman, The French Research Center in Jerusalem. (CNRS-NAE).
11:45 – 13:30 Second Session
A Small District – Many Worlds of Multi-Cultural Creativity
Chairman: Dr. Amos Goldberg Hebrew University
- What happens to the multicultural character of Bukovina after the holocaust? Paul Celan Dan Pagis, and Aharon Appelfeld. Sidra de Koven-Ezrahi, The Hebrew University.
- The Jewish theater of Czernowitz during the transition between Romania and the Soviet Union.
Ms. Dafne Dolinko The Hebrew University and Yad Va’Shem.
- “My Bukowiner”. The writer Nava Semel returns to the lives of her grand parents and to the place where her family originated.
Organizer: Dr. Ronit Fischer