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INTRODUCTORY SECTION

Blessings Upon Completion

[Hebrew]

Translated by David Goldman

With blessings we offer this Memorial and Yizkor Book to the surviving remnant of the Jews of our hometown, Yedinitz. This book is something of a monument to the gray daily lives and full Jewish, human and creative lives that poured forth in our hometown. May it be a memorial stone to both the great and simple folk who died: those who died a natural death, and those who died at the hands of their gentile neighbors and wicked murderers; those who lost their lives during the years of the Holocaust and blood in our hometown, and those who died in faraway places where they had been expelled and exiled; those who died or were killed in our ancient homeland that has been re-established; and those whose children died in the wars of Israel. Therefore we gave this book a name using a pun in Hebrew: Yad Le-Yad-initz [Monument {Yad means "hand" and "monument"} to Yedinitz]


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Photo: Memorial to the martyrs and the deceased [pages 15/16]

Above: Memorial to the martyrs and the deceased;
Below: Rabbi D. B. Burstein eulogizes the community that was destroyed.

Photo: Memorial to the martyrs and the deceased [pages 15/16]

 

Photo: Memorial to the martyrs and the deceased [pages 15/16]

  Mordechai Reicher (above) and Eliyahu Naor-Bitshutsky (may his death be avenged)
(below) speak to the audience

The second meeting of Yedinitz emigres in Israel [pages 15/16]
The second meeting of Yedinitz Emigrés in Israel
[Hebrew and Yiddish]
3/7/1967
At the head table, right to left: Mina Dubrov, Asher Goldberg, Perl Shorr-Goldberg, Leah Mann-Parnas, Alexander Melechson, Chaim Hurvitz, Shalom Kaspi- Serebrenik, Shimshon Burstein, Mordechai Reicher, Cantor Ungar, Ephraim Schwartzman-Sharon, Eliyahu Naor-Bitshutsky, Dr. Elimelech Blank

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Picture: Anniversary of the death of M. Reicher [page 17]


Picture: Anniversary of the death of M. Reicher [page 17]

Picture: Anniversary of the death of M. Reicher [page 17]

Anniversary of the death of M. Reicher
[Hebrew]
"Beit Notta" – Petach Tikvah

At the head table:
1. Yitzchak Shapira (Agricultural Center). 2. Chaim Billi (Secretary, M.P. [probably stands for "Merkaz or Machon Poalim" or something similar – Workers' Center or Institute.], Petach Tikvah. 3. Shalom Kaspi (on behalf of people from Yedinitz). 4. Yosef Chanani (Author and educator). 5. A. Reuveni (Director, Beit Notta, after the death of M. Reicher).

In the audience:
First row, among others: 1. Shoshana Reicher. 2. Polia Sharon. 3. Chanan Magen. 4. Yosef Magen-Shitz.

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