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Translation of Ir u-metim; Zablotow ha-melea ve-ha-hareva
Edited by: Former Residents of Zablotow in Israel and the USA
Published in Tel-Aviv Israel, 1949
This is a translation from: Ir u-metim; Zablotow ha-melea ve-ha-hareva (A city and the dead; Zablotow alive and destroyed), Tel Aviv, Former Residents of Zablotow in Israel and the USA, 1949 (H,Y, 218 pages).
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A City and the Dead;
Zablotow Alive and Destroyed
|Preface - Written by Mr. G. Karsel|
|In the City Streets - By Avraham Keish|
|Gabaeim of Zablotow|
|II. Citizens (1790-1942)|
|VIII. Other Professions As Sources of Income|
| IV. Farms and Villages which were part of the town|
| Trachi (Trojca)|
| Troschinich (Druzhinets)|
|The Town where I was born|
|Zablotow's Pogroms of 1903|
|Zablotow between the Two Wars|
|Days Gone By|
|The Destruction of our Community|
|Zablotow of the Past|
|The Destruction of Holy Zablotow Community|
|Former Residents of Zablotow, in The United States Build a Jewish School in the Old Home|
|Index of Surnames, Towns, Professions, & Misc.|
|Figure 1 - General view of Zablotow. The City Square and the street leading to the train station|
|Figure 2 - General view of Zablotow. The suburb of Demycze and the bridge|
|Figure 3 - A group of citizens|
|Figure 4 - R' Yissachar Toy|
|Figure 6 - Ha Shomer Ha Tza ir Organization of Zablotow|
|Figure 7 - Micha Karsel & Zellig Gross|
|Figure 8 - Kindergarten in Zablotow|
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