NOVOHRAD-VOLYNSKYJ, Ukraine                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Boris Feldblyum Collection

                       (also Возвягель, Звяголь, Zvyaholí, Звягель, Zvyahelí, Звягаль Zvyahalí, Новоград-Волинський, Novohrad-Volynsíkyi; Новоград-Волынский, Novograd-Volynsky, זוויל , Zvil; Zwiahel)

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                                  Jewish cemetery photographs: Naum Fefer, 2012. 

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BFC-01441
German aerial reconnaissance photograph. Photo 1944.


Zwiahel and vicinity. Polish map, 1931.
     


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Katsman (also Kacman, Katzman, Кацман), Stepanskij (also Stepansky, Степанский), Shklover (also Sklover, Szklower, Шкловер), Bajchman (also Baichman, Bajczman, Байчман).


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Stepanskij (also Stepansky, Степанский), Varshavskij (also Varshavsky, Warszаwski, Варшавский), Bajchman (also Baichman, Bajczman, Байчман), Soroka (also Сорока), Ushomiskij (also Ushomirsky, Uszomirski, Ушомирский).


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Rebelí (also Ребель), Shtejnberg (also Shteinberg, Shteynberg, Sztejnberg, Штейнберг), Semenov (also Семенов), Birman (also Byrman, Бирман), Grinshadt (also Grinstadt, Grynsztadt, Гринштадт), Kordysh (also Kordysz, Кордыш), Vitsnudelí (also Vitznudel, Wicnudel, Вицнудель), Terebilo (also Теребило), Gerber (also Гербер).


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Milis (also Милис), Zarkhi (also Зархи), Bluvshtejn (also Bluvstein, Bluwsztejn, Блувштейн), Troyanovskij (also Troyanovsky, Трояновский), Nomerovskij (also Nomerovsky, Nomerowski, Номеровский), Rebelí (also Ребель), Freger (also Fregier, Фрегер), Semenov (also Семенов), Pippa (also Пиппа), Birman (also Byrman, Бирман), Mitselí (also Mitzel, Mycel, Мицель), Vinner (also Viner, Winer, Виннер), Soroka (also Сорока), Kordysh (also Kordysz, Кордыш).


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Gilerman (also Gylarman, Гилерман), Rebelí (also Ребель), Shtejnberg (also Shteinberg, Shteynberg, Sztejnberg, Штейнберг), Gordinskij (also Gordynsky, Gordynski, Гординский), Bejder (also Beider, Бейдер), Kats (also Katz, Kac, Кац), Margolin (also Марголин), Semenov (also Семенов), Pippa (also Пиппа), Birman (also Byrman, Бирман), Mitselí (also Mitzel, Mycel, Мицель), Vinner (also Viner, Winer, Виннер), Linchuk (also Linczuk, Линчук), Soroka (also Сорока), Vitsnudelí (also Vitznudel, Wicnudel, Вицнудель).


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Bejder (also Beider, Бейдер) Kats (also Katz, Kac, Кац), Margolin (also Марголин), Shister (also Shyster, Szyster, Шистер), Pippa (also Пиппа), Birman (also Byrman, Бирман), Mitselí (also Mitzel, Mycel, Мицель), Vinner (also Viner, Winer, Виннер), Linchuk (also Linczuk, Линчук), Tkach (also Tkacz, Ткач), Soroka (also Сорока).


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Zeerman (also Зеерман), Koryto (also Корыто), Troyanovskij (also Troyanovsky, Трояновский), Gikherman (also Gicherman, Гихерман), Kuchek (also Kuczek, Кучек), Nomerovskij (also Nomerovsky, Nomerowski, Номеровский), Shapiro (also Szapiro, Шапиро), Kats (also Katz, Kac, Кац), Margolin (also Марголин), Khejfets (also Chejfec, Cheifetz, Хейфец), Birman (also Byrman, Бирман).


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Glejzer (also Gleizer, Gleiser, Gleyzer, Глейзер), Kogan (also Коган), Levik (also Lewik, Левик), Borsuk (also Борсук), Baram (also Барам).


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Glejzer (also Gleizer, Gleiser, Gleyzer, Глейзер), Levik (also Lewik, Левик), Kogan (also Коган), Oreper (also Орепер), Borsuk (also Борсук), Baram (also Барам).


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Gorbaní (also Горбань), Rudman (also Рудман), Glejzer (also Gleizer, Gleiser, Gleyzer, Глейзер), Oreper (also Орепер), Shlyakhman (also Szlachman, Шляхман), Guralínik (also Guralnik, Guralnyk, Гуральник), Baram (also Барам).


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Shuster (also Szuster, Шустер), Slipak (also Слипак), Grinblat (also Grynblat, Гринблат), Glejzer (also Gleizer, Gleiser, Gleyzer, Глейзер), Levik (also Lewik, Левик), Kogan (also Коган), Oreper (also Орепер), Guralínik (also Guralnik, Guralnyk, Гуральник), Borsuk (also Борсук), Baram (also Барам).


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Mitselí (also Mitzel, Mycel, Мицель), Grinblat (also Grynblat, Гринблат), Oreper (also Орепер), Guralínik (also Guralnik, Guralnyk, Гуральник), Borsuk (also Борсук).


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Brodetskij (also Brodetzky, Brodecki, Бродецкий).


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Nebrat (also Небрат), Kanarskij (also Kanarski, Kanarsky, Канарский), Liberman (also Lieberman, Либерман), Mitselí (also Mitzel, Mycel, Мицель), Garmelí (also Гармель), Rozenshtejn (also Rosenstein, Rosensteni, Rozenszteyn, Розенштейн), Oreper (also Орепер), Guralínik (also Guralnik, Guralnyk, Гуральник), Borsuk (also Борсук), Baram.


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Kelenzon (also Келензон), Rabinovich (also Rabinowicz, Рабинович), Kraftmakher (also Kraftmacher, Крафтмахер), Solomyannik (also Соломянник).


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Rabinovich (also Rabinowicz, Рабинович), Brodetskij (also Brodetzky, Brodecki, Бродецкий), Kraftmakher (also Kraftmacher, Крафтмахер), Burko (also Бурко), Tsimelígiser (also Tzymelgiser, Cymelgysier, Цимельгисер), Golik (also Голик), Marder (also Мардер).


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Dorfman (also Dorfman), Gukherman (also Гухерман), Freger (also Fregier, Фрегер), Kuchek (also Kuczek, Кучек), Shtejnberg (also Shteinberg, Shteynberg, Sztejnberg, Штейнберг), Fridman (also Frydman, Фридман), Mekhlis (also Мехлис).


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Ejnberg (also Einberg, Эйнберг), Levin (also Левин), Kats (also Katz, Kac, Кац), Averbukh (also Авербух).


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Bajchman (also Baichman, Bajczman, Байчман), Fajn (also Fain, Файн), Birshtejn (aslo Birstein, Birsztejn, Бирштейн), Presman (also Пресман), Segal (also Сегал) (also Сегал), Gofman (also Гофман), Kalika (also Калика).


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Kats (also Katz, Kac, Кац), Zukin (also Зукин), Barakh (also Барах), Bajchman (also Baichman, Bajczman, Байчман), Tsimelígiser (also Tzymelgiser, Cymelgysier, Цимельгисер), Kiper (also Кипер).


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Bajchman (also Baichman, Bajczman, Байчман), Khinkis (also Xinkis), Zukin (also Зукин), Birshtejn (also Birstejn, Birsztejn, Бирштейн), Fayans (also Фаянс), Segal (also Сегал).


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Zukin (also Зукин), Birshtejn (also Birstejn, Birsztejn, Бирштейн), Gilíman (also Gilman, Гильман), Rebelí (also Ребель), Fayans (also Фаянс), Burko (also Бурко), Gekht (also Gecht, Гехт).


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Vul (also Wul, Вул), Slepov (also Слепов), Esterman (also Эстерман), Brakhman (also Brachman, Брахман), Golítsman (also Goltsman, Goltzman, Гольцман), Golídman (also Goldman, Гольдман).


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Boksbojm (also Boksboim, Боксбойм), Gorbaní (also Горбань), Ryzhij (also Рыжий), Slepоv (also Слепов), Vul (also Wul, Вул), Grinshtejn (also Grinsztejn, Гринштейн), Belyavskij (also Belawski, Beliavsky, Белявский), Petrosyan (also Петросян), Berman (also Берман), Chulískij (also Чульский), Khazin (also Chazin, Chazyn, Хазин), Shilíman (also Шильман).


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Minaev (also Минаев), Uris (also Урис), Barakh (also Барах), Mann (also Манн), Rakovitskij (also Раковицкий), Ivanchenko (also Иванченко), Boksbojm (also Boksboim, Боксбойм), Voronov (also Воронов).


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Reznik (also Resnik, Резник), Kovalenko (also Коваленко), Doktorman (also Докторман), Podkanter (also Подкантер), Grinshadt (also Grinstadt, Grynsztadt, Гринштадт), Tabachnik (also Табачник), Broftman (also Брофтман), Baram (also Барам), Kogan (also Коган), Minaev (also Минаев), Sаpozhnikov (also Сапожников).


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Terebizh (also Terebií), Marder (also Marder), Magid (also Magid), Barakh (also Барах), Melamed (also Меламед), Keselíman (also Кесельман), Gofman (also Гофман), Baram (also Барам), Epelí (also Эпель), Dubinskij (also Dubinsky, Dubinski, Дубинский), Gluzman (also Глузман), Uchenik (also Uczenik, Ученик).


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Magid (also Magid), (also Кесельман), Reznik (also Resnik, Резник), Memter (also Мемтер), Uchenik (also Uczenik, Ученик), Gluzman (also Глузман), Zolotov (also Золотов), Kupershmid (also Купершмидт), Gatush (also Gatusz, Гатуш), Tarshis (also Tarszys, Таршис), Petrakov (also Петраков), Fonarí (also Фонарь).


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Uchenik (also Uczenik, Ученик), Melamed (also Меламед), Pekker (also Пеккер), Shrajbman (also Szrajbmamn, Shraibman, Шрайбман), Dubinskij (also Dubinsky, Dubinski, Дубинский), Magid (also Магид), Baram (also Барам), Memter (also Мемтер), Petrakov (also Петраков), Gatush (also Gatusz, Гатуш), Fonar (also Фонар), Tarshis (also Tarszys, Таршис), Salgan (also Salgan), Bejder (also Beider, Бейдер).


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Zolotov (also Золотов), Zilíberberg (also Zilberberg, Зильберберг), Tikhonov (also Тихонов), Sotskij (also Соцкий), Segal (also Сегал).