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Sefer Zikaron le-Kehilat Selish ve-ha-Seviva
Edited by: Shmuel ha-Kohen Weingarten
Published in Tel Aviv, 1976
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Translated by Yocheved Klausner
|The cover by Chaia Aloni (Klein) granddaughter of R'Shmelke Klein, the Sevlus watchmaker||3|
|Part One: From the earliest days of the town and region to the end of First World War||15|
|Part Two: From the Czech Period to the occupation of the the town by Hungary||71|
|Part Three: From the Hungarian occupation to the annihilation of the Ghetto||175|
|Part Four: Residents of Sevlus and surroundings, killed or died by torture in labor camps and in Russian prison||215|
|Part Five: Sons of former residents of Sevlus and surroundings who fell in the Israel Wars||223|
|Part six: The martyrs of Sevlus and surroundings who perished in the Holocaust||245|
|Notes and Sources||319|
|Former residents of Sevlus and surroundings whose generous donations enabled the publication of this book||327|
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