12/5/13

April 24, 1946: Postcard from Czernowitz (U.S.S.R.) to Tel Aviv (Palestine)

Zw1Zw2This correspondence between notable Czernowitzers is brought to you by courtesy of Peter Elbau. As sender we discover Rahel Zwilling, the mother of Matthias Zwilling [Herr Zwilling und Frau Zuckermann by Volker Koepp], and the addressee is Dr. Elias Weinstein, the founder of “Die Stimme” and the author of “The Elias Weinstein Petition”.

06/9/13

Bukovina Women’s Society in Tel Aviv

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Bukovina Women’s Society in Tel Aviv

First row, sitting from left to right: Lizzy Edelstein, Lola Körner, Mady Elefant,
Genia Albin (chairperson), Zunia Schifter (honorary president), Fanny Glasberg, Klara Blum.
Second row, sitting: (left) Sali Kula (secretary), (right) Hilde Katz.
Standing, from left to right: Lizzy Osterer, Gerda Berger, Rosa Rittberg, Fanchette Melzer,
Fanny Bernstein, Martha Kissmann, Dr. Rachelle Rinzler, Dr. Erich Neuborn, Lola Wildmann,
Dorit Wagner, Lodzia Besner, Tella Löbel and Lona Münzer

01/11/13

The Elias Weinstein Petition

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The Elias Weinstein Petition File (Courtesy: Peter Elbau, Israel State Archives)

Weinstein

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First row sitting (f.r.t.l.): Teacher Jakob Melzer, Dr. Maximilian Weinberger, Dr. Zwi Brender, Dr. Josef Mann, Abraham Bojar – vice mayor of the town of Tel Aviv, Dr. Ben Zion Sternberg, Dr. Elias Weinstein, Mosche Liquornik, Dr. Erich Neuborn, Heinrich Deligdisch

Second row (f.r.t.l.): Jakob Stenzler, Prof. Moshe Weisinger, Zwi Neumeier, Dr. Theodor Blum, Solomon Preschel, Schlomo Erbsenthal, Dr. Pinchas Rosen, Regina Levi, Dr. Lucie Hecht-Preminger, Ascher Hofer, Ruth Schorr, Dawid Weiner, Regina Schneider, Regina Beer, Solomon Rosenberg, Dr. Heinrich Rubel, Isak Rosan, Eng. Gary Osterer

Third row (f.r.t.l.): Dr. Aron Hechtlinger, Leon Kraft, Nathan Ellenbogen, Mendel Stein, Jizchak Brückel, Dr. J. Feiger, Dr. Israel Drimmer, Dr. Josef Mosberg, Dr. Jizchak Pasternak, Dr. Karl Schorr, Jacob Spiegler, Markus Geller

Bukovinians in Israel (Courtesy: Peter Elbau, JewishGen)