Jewish Cities, Towns and Villages
in Lithuania until 1918


Yidishe shtet, shtetlekh un dorfishe yishuvim in Lite:
biz 1918: historish-biografishe skitses

Edited by: Berl Kagan

Published in New York, 1991

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Yidishe shtet, shtetlekh un dorfishe yishuvim in Lite: biz 1918: historish-biografishe skitses;
Jewish cities, towns and villages in Lithuania, Editors: Berl Kagan, New York, 1991 (Y, 800 pages).

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Gorzd (Gargzdai, Lithuania) 55
Dotneve (Dotnuva, Lithuania) 66
Vandziogala 142
Kupishok (Kupiškis, Lithuania) 453
Krakes (Krok, Lithuania) 505
Rumshishok (Rumsiskes, Lithuania) 549
Seta (Shat, Lithuania) 603
Shidleve (Siluva, Lithuania) 621
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