Gura Humora, A Small Town in Southern Bukovina:
The History of its Jewish Community

(Gura Humorului, Romania)

47°33' / 25°54'

Translation from:
Gura Humora: 'ayarah bi-derom Bukovina; koroteha shel kehilah yehudit

Edited by: Shraga Yeshurun (Jurgrau)

Published in Israel


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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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