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Written by Moshe Berkowitz, beginning 1943
(grandson of author) - holder of the copyrights
Adah Fogel (1983)
Ellen Sadove Renck
This is a translation of Woronow, Voronova, by Moshe Berkowitz, beginning
1943. Translated from Yiddish by Adah Fogel.
Unpublished manuscript. Copy of text donated to GGG, Inc. by grandson of the author, Alan Berkowitz.
Also donated to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives.
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|I||The Jewish Town of Woronowa||1-4|
|II||Woronow Rabbis in the Last Hundred Years||5-12|
|III||Woronow Jews and Institutions||13-18|
|IV||Jewish Types, Customs, Folk Songs||19-37|
|V||Young People Leave for America||38-44|
|VI||German Military Occupies Wornowa||45-53|
|VII||In the Woronow Prison||54-59|
|VIII||We Work in the Woronow Marketplace||60-63|
|IX||Spanish Troops March Through Woronowa||64-68|
|X||Nazi Night Robbers||69-71|
|XI||Brutal Annihilation in Woronowa of Lithuanian Jews||72-82|
|XII||"Action" (Roundup) of the Aged and Sick||83-85|
|XIII||Remaining Jews from Neighboring Towns are Brought to Voronowa||86-88|
|XIV||Chaim Dublianski – Chaim the Mute's Son||89-95|
|XV||The Massacre in Woronowa||96-106|
|XVI||Aussiedlung of Survivors to Lida||107-109|
|XVII||How the Cantor-Ritual Slaughterer and Family Survived||110-114|
|XVIII||Full List of Woronow Survivors||115-117|
|XIX||Gone (Simon Levine)||118-123|
|XX||On That Terrible Night||124-126|
|XXI||With the Partisans in the Forest||127-135|
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