The Village of Ungrovka
(Lambrivka, Ukraine)

46°19' / 29°18'

Ariel Meknes

Published in Tel Aviv, 1985



Emerita Project Coordinator Marlene Zakai


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The Village of Ungrovka (Lambrivka)
Story of Jewish Agricultural Settlement in Bessarabia
by Ariel Meknes, Kibbutz Hameuchad Publishers, Tel Aviv – 1985

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TOC translated by Marlene Zakai

Introduction 7-8
Prologue 9-10
The Jewish Colonization Association (JCA) 10-13
Chapter 1 – The Conditions and the Background for Establishing the Village 15-22
Chapter 2 – Field Crops 23-28
Chapter 3 – Livestock 29-34
Chapter 4 – The Vineyards 35-40
Chapter 5 – The Homesteads 41-51
Chapter 6 – Under Russian Rule 48-52
Chapter 7 – The Evacuation 53-56
Chapter 8 – Obstacles Along the Way 57-64
Chapter 9 – Meeting Freedman, the Agronomist 65-68
Chapter 10 – Another Evacuation 69-72
Chapter 11 – After the Fact 73-76
Chapter 12 – Closing 77
Appendices and Maps
Map of the layout of the Agricultural Village (no page numbers)
The Agricultural Village of Ungrovka in Benderi County – M. Mariascin 79-82
The Village of Lambrovka - Yosef Gur Aryeh 83
Appendix 1 – List of Ungrovka Residents 87
Appendix 2 – List of Residents Expelled to Siberia by the Soviets in 1941 88-89
Appendix 3 – List of Ungrovka residents or families that were killed in the Second World War by the Soviet Army
List of JCA Staff employed by the Kishinev Office (Bessarabia)
List of outside staff who were employed by JCA in Romania and Czechoslovakia before World War II


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