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1900s Name: Dzhurin
1900s District: Yampol
1900s Province: Podolia
1900s Country: Russian Empire

Modern: Dzhurin, Ukraine
Modern Ukrainian: Джурин  listen town name in ukrainian
Modern Russian: Джурин  listen town name in russian

1930s: Dzhurin, Vinnitsa, Ukraine SSR, Soviet Union
1950s: Dzhurin, Soviet Union

Other names: Dzhurin [Rus], Dzhuryn [Ukr], Dzuryn [Pol], Djurin [Ger], Dzurin, Dzuryn

48°41'N 28°18'E Mapquest Google Maps


Requests from the Jewish community leadership of Mogilev-Podolskiy, shtetls of KrasnoJanette SilvermanNot Yet Started
Requests from the Jewish community leadership of Mogilev-Podolskiy, shtetls of Krasnoe, Murafa, Ozarintsi, on the manufacture of printing presses (?)  Information about the organization of Jewish community boards in the shtetls of Dzhurin, Shargorod. Included in the file: notice by the Mogilev community board offering free medical help; on the organization of an orphans" shelter; on the registration of Jews who have relatives in America; appeal by "Poalej Tsion" of Kamenets-Podolskiy in connection with recognition of the rights of the Jewish People to attend the Eretz Yisrael worldwide conference in San Remov; announcement of the (Soviet-era name of a committee: Evobshestkom) of Novaya Ushitsa on the compilation of a list of those who died in the pogroms, etc.  Language: Russian, Hebrew, Ukrainian, Yiddish, 1919, CAHJP HM2/9944.3.

Jewish Community Board of Mogilev-Podolskiy 
GAVO, Vinnitsa, Fond R-4155, Inv. 1, File 20 "A"
Multiple Hebrew Documents (see description)Janette SilvermanNot Yet Started
[This source contains a list of] Documents in Hebrew [specifically]: An announcement about the elections [which took place] in Chernevtsy (Tchernivits) with the permission (or on the authority) of the local Jewish Community Council, a request for help from the community of Shargorod to open a Hebrew school, complaints from the communities of Yaltushkov and Chernevtsy (Tchernivitz) about the difficult relations (or connections) with the offices of the Ukrainian government regarding requests for help, a request from the Zionist organization “Kadimah” [asking] the city of Shargorod to help them – according to widely-respected tradition – to organize meetings and public lectures, [דוײח] report about the activities of the Jewish community in the city of Bar, a complaint from the city of Dozorne (Dezhorin) about the harshness (or arbitrariness) of the Ukrainian police chief, reports from the cities of the district of Mogilev (Maheliv) about opening a Hebrew school, a Kolel (community school) that would teach both Jewish and world culture. Included in the file [of these documents] were the names of the teachers of the Talmud Torah [Hebrew academy] of Mogilev (Maheliv), [and] a ledger or accounting of the [funds of the] bathhouse and the mikveh in Mogilev (Maheliv), 1918-1920, CAHJP HM2/9946.3.

Mogilev-Podolskiy Jewish Community BoardGAVO, Vinnitsa, Fond 4155, Opis 1, Delo 40
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