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Edited by Aaron Ehrman
Published in Bnei-Brak
Charles R. Mandelbaum
This is from: A Short History of the Jewish Communities of Kralovsky Chlemc,
and the Bodrog District. ed. Aaron Ehrman; Printed Friedman Lipe, Bnei-Brak, 1997
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|106, Rabbi Akiva, P.O.B. 3051,|
|Map of the District||6|
|Map of Kralovsky Chlmec Kiralyhelmec||12|
|Helmec and Bodrog District Jewry||13|
|Before the Deportations||25|
|The Second Generation Holocaust Survivors Message||28|
|The Bodrog District under Hungarian Rule||30|
|Accusations as a Consequence of Hymns||30|
|Catholic Clerical Conscience||33|
|Memorial Gathering at Satoraljaujhely (Address by its Mayor)||34|
|Kiralyhelmec in the Magyar Zsido Lexion, 1929||35|
|Data on Helmec and Leslesz||36|
|Kiralyhelmec-Auschwitz in the Words of a Helmec Poet||40|
|Yahrzeits for our Helmec and District Martyrs||91|
|List of our Dear Ones Who Perished in the Holocaust||56/93|
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