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Gura Humora: 'ayarah bi-derom Bukovina; koroteha shel kehilah yehudit
Edited by: Shraga Yeshurun (Jurgrau)
Published in Israel
Jerome Silverbush zl
appreciation to Jacob Jurgrau of the Landsmannschaft der Gura Humoraer Juden,
for permission to put this material on the JewishGen web site.
Thanks to USHMM for providing us their version of the file with the permission of the landsmanschaft.
This is a translation from: Gura Humora: a small town in southern Bukovina; the
history of its Jewish community,
ed. Shraga Yeshurun (Jurgrau), Israel: The Society to Commemorate the Jewish Community of Gura Humora and Vicinity, 1992, Hebrew, German.
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