04/10/15

Memory Treatment and Urban Planning in L’viv, Chernivtsi, Chisinau and Wroclaw

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Click here for accessing the Research Project Memory of Vanished Population Groups in today’s East-Central European Urban Environments.

Click here for dowloading the brochure „What is to be remembed?“ on Chișinău [p. 6-16], Czernowitz [p. 16-30], Lemberg [p. 30-49], Wroclaw [p. 49-62].

Click here for downloading Leo Spitzer’s brochure “Connective Memories: Dreams, Mediascapes, Journeys of Return”

11/21/14

1920 Czernowitz Class Photo

From David Rosner:

Dear Aunt and Uncle (Edy und Gaby Weissmann), dear fellow members of the
list,

As promised I come to you with a recently found photograph, which was deeply
dug into in my beloved father Charles ROSNER’s things – and to be more
precise in one of the more or less preserved cardboard suitcases that
belonged to my grandparents, and which remained all over the years.

As you can see it is about Edy Wagner’s class, I wonder if I read right :
“Zur Erinnerung von meiner III. Volksschulklasse im Juli 1920″…
But I may be wrong.

I hope you all like this as much as I did when I found it !… Unless you
maybe had it already.

Greetings from Normandy.

David.

David ROSNER,
Directeur Pièces, Service Après-Vente et Informatique, Groupe SAUSSEREAU.
Téléphone : +33.(0)6.74.32.20.15.
www.saussereau.com

[Click to enlarge — High resolution versions of these photos available from admin@ehpes.com]

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09/5/14

Meisler School Class III 1939-40

From Oren Saraf — this photo from his Aunt’s album…

Return with Ehpes to those wonderful? days of yesteryear — Did you attend the Meisler School in 1939-40? Unlikely, but possible. Do you recognize anyone, or think you recognize someone?  Oren says his aunt Lotte sits just left of the sign board.

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Czernowitz -Meisler School 1939-40 from Oren Saraf

Czernowitz -Meisler School 1939-40 from Oren Saraf

07/5/14

Important Czernowitz Dates

From Gaby Rinzler — regarding the list discussion about ‘important Czernowitz dates':

In an attempt to leave my children and grand children information about my past I made a Geopolitical introduction. It may be pertinent to the present discussion re: what 1848, 28 of March 1914 and 1944, etc. meant to our group.

[Note* See List Archives on the website 2014 Archives II, starting June 27th 2014 for the discussion — Subject: 28 June 1940.]
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