The Jews of Czestochowa
(Częstochowa, Poland)

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Translation of
“Tshenstokhover Yidn”

 

Edited by: R. Mahler
 

NY: United Czestochower Relief Committee and Ladies Auxiliary, 1947



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Acknowledgments

Project Coordinator and Translator

Gloria Berkenstat Freund

 

This is a translation from: Tshenstokhover yidn The Jews of Czestochowa,
ed. R. Mahler, NY: United Czestochower Relief Committee and Ladies Auxiliary, 1947 (Y)

Note: The original book can be seen online at the NY Public Library site: Czestochowa (1947)


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Pages TitleAuthor
V-VI Forward  
VII-XII Preface Dr. Rafael Mahler
 
 
 The Development of the Community
 
3-31 Jews in Czenstochow Up to the First World War Dr. Yakov Shatzki
32-46 Czenstochow Becomes a City Kh. L. Szwarc
 
 The Economic Life
 
47-50 Jews in Industry D. Bezworodka
50-60 Professional Workers Union Dr. R. Mahler, Y. Sh. Herc. A. Khrobolowski
60-61 The Professional Union of Trade Employees A. Khrobolowski
61-64 The Artisans Union and Guilds A. Gotlib
64-65 HaHalutz Bal Melokhe A. Szimeonowicz
 
 Culture and Education
 
66-68 The Gardening School A. Buchman
68-70 The Artisans School A. Gotlib
70-77 Worker Nurseries and Folks-Shul Named After Y. L. Peretz Haya Wage-Ratman
78-79 The Yidishe Gymnazie S. Wirstel
79-80 Evening Courses A. Khrobolowski
80-85 “Lira” and the “Jewish Literary Society F. Szmulewicz, A. Khrobolowski
85-87 Jewish Libraries  
87-92 Yiddish Theater in Czenstochow W. Gliksman, A. Khrobolwski, R. Federman
92-101 The Yiddish Press A. Khrobolowski, M. Tzeszinski, R. Rederman
101-103 Jewish Sports Movement (From the Jubilee Publication)
103-104 The New Synagogue A. Koifman
 
 Social Institutions
 
105-107 “Domboczinoszcz” Dr. Kon-Kolin, F. Szmulewicz
107-108 The Jewish Hospital (from the “Czenstochower Wakhnblat” of 31st October 1918)  
110-111 Popular Bakery F. Szmulewicz
111 Czenstochower Cooperative A. Khrobolowski
112 Pictures for the Article “Workers' Childrens' Homes and Y.L. Peretz Folkes-School”  
113-114 Rescue Commission for Refugees from Germany Tz. Szpalten, F. Szmulewicz
 
 The Jewish Workers Movement
 
115-122 S.S. (Zionist-Socialist Workers Party), “Fareinikte” (United), “Independent” Yitzhak Gurski, S. Feinreikh, Feitl Shmulewicz, and A. Khrobolowski
122-123 S.S. in Conflict with the Playboys M. Feinreikh
123-144 General Jewish Workers - Bund Y. Sh. Herc
144-150 Left Paole-Zion Yakov Kener
150-152 Hashomer Hatzeir Haim Landau
152-156 Political Persecutions and Trials A. Khrobolowski, H. Zigas
157-165 Jewish Fighters on the Fields of Spain Gina Medem
 
 Pogroms
 
165-166 Forward Dr. Rafal Sohler
166-170 The “Rabinek” Mark Liber, Supplemented by Shimkha Lev
170-177 Second Pogrom H. Feiwelowicz, A. Khrobolowski
177-183 Third Pogrom Y. Sh. Herc and Correspondence from the New York “Tog”
183-186 The Last Year A. Khrobolowski
186 Several Co-Workers from the Jewish Press in Czenstochow  
 
187Czentochow Holocaust
 
188-201 The Catastrophe of the Community L. Brener
201-206 Testimony A. (Haran) B. (Randes)
206-212 Testimony A. Izbicki
212-215 Jews Driven to Germany Through Czenstochow Shimeon Gotayner
215-218 The Destruction of the Synagogue (Neie Shul) W. Gliksman
218-219 A Night in the Czenstochower Ghetto A. Izbicki
220-222 The Last 24 Hours in “Hasag” D. Koniecpoler
223-226 Activities of the Jewish Order Servant (Jewish Police) M. Kushner
226-230 The Activities of the “Bund” under the Hitleristic Occupation M. Kushner
230-232 The Activities of the Community during the German Occupation L Yurikhte
232 How the Party Flags of Left Paole-Zion Were Hidden Yehezkeil Brzezinski
233 The Artisans in the Holocaust D. Koniecpoler
233-239 Orders from the German Regime (From the Archive of the Central Jewish Historical Committee in Poland)
239-243 The End Dr. Yosef Kruk
243-246 Revenge is Sweet (Reprinted from the “Landersberger Lager Zeitung”, Organization of the Survivors in Landsberg, Bayern)
246-247 The Hitlerist Bandit Will Hang on the Gallows (Reprinted from the Czenstochower “Glos Narodu”)
247-249 On the Third Anniversary of the First Jewish Revolt in the Czenstochower Ghetto L. Brener
249-252 The New Czenstochow W. Gliksman
253-254 Children's Home in Czenstochow Ida Merczin (From “The New Life”, Lodz, January 12, 1945)
 
255Czentochower in America
 
256 Documents for the Article  
257-264 “General Overview of Fraternal Help” A. Khrobolowski
265-269 “Czenstochower Aid Society” and “Czenstochower Relief Committee” in New York A. Koifman
269-277 The United Czenstochower Relief Committee in New York A. Khrobolowski, A. Koifman
277-281 Relief Workers in New York A. Khrobolowski
281-282 The Czenstochower Shul (synagogue) in New York Y. Kirshenbaum
282-285 The Czenstochower “Young Mens” Josef Koifman
286-288 Czenstochower Young Ladies Auxiliary in New York A. Koifman
289-292 Czenstochower Br. 261 Arbeiter Ring (Workmen's Circle) in New York A. Litman
292-298 Czenstochower Br. 11 of the Jewish Fraternal People's Order D. Tanksi
298-299 Czenstochower Br(anch) of the Jewish National Workers Union J. Wein
299-302 The Czenstochower Patronat in New York D. Tanksi
303 Founding Members and Supporters of Czenstochower Aid Society & Czenstochower Relief Committee  
303-305 Czenstochower and Vicinity Educational Organization in Chicago R. Pozner
306-309 Czenstowchower Independent Union in Chicago M. Tseszinski
309-310 Czenstochower Women's Aid Society in Chicago P. Prodel
310-313 Czenstochower Regional Union in Detroit J. Gliksman
313-315 The Czenstochower Aid Society in Los Angeles H. Groyman
315-316 The Czenstochower Patronat in Los Angeles H. Groyman
317 Rozenblat–Dykerman Circle in New York D. Tanksi
318-328 Land Conference of the Czenstochower Landsmanschaftn in America and Canada R. Federman
 
 Neighboring Landsmanschaften
 
328-330 There Once Was a Shtetl [Town] Działoszyn Mary Rozen
330-337 First Dzialoszyner Chevra Anshei Bnei Achim in New York R. Federman
337-340 Nowo-Radomsk P. Kalka
340-342 Nowo-Radomsker Landsmanschaft in New York P. Kalka
342-344 Kamyk H. Yelin
 
 Czentochower in Eretz-Yisroel
 
345-350 A Meeting of Czenstochower in Tel Aviv M. Smulewicz, G. Freitag
 
 Czentochower in Canada
 
350 Documents of the Czenstochower Organizations in America and Canada  
351-352 The Czenstochower Aid Society in Toronto W. Gliksman
352-354 The Czenstochower Aid Society in Montreal W. Gliksman
 
354-355Czentochower in Argentina
 
355-358Czentochower in ParisD. Wroclowski
 
 
 
 Memories and Photographs
 
359-360 A Day in Czenstochow Abraham Reizen
360-361 Czenstochow, My Czenstochow Leibish Lehrer
361-362 In and Around the Workers' Club A. Khrobolowski
363-364 Czenstochower Coal Pits Shimeon Biro
364-366 Doctors De. L. Lazarowicz
366-367 A Bunch of Flowers F. Gerbowski
367-368 Anonymous Landsleit Bela Khrobolowski
368-373 The Maranskis (The History of A Czenstochower Family) A. Khrobolowski
374-398 From My Life R. Federman
 
399-403The History of the BookEditorial Colleagues
 
404Biography of Dr. Mahler
404Some Co-Workers
 
I-CXIVWho and Where
Biographies  
 
CXV-CXXXVIIICzenstochower in the Struggle Against Fascism
 
CXXXIX-CXLIVEternal RestThe last three parts were adapted from the supporting materials according to the layout of the names checked by A. Khrobolowski, W. Gliksman and R. Federman

Index of Names Mentioned in The Jews of Czestochowa


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