Serghei Daniliuk presentation at the International Conference in Moscow, 2018.
(Added January 2019) Serghei Danilijuk is a resident of Causeni, Moldova, a local historian, researcher and photographer who worked on numerous cemetery projects for JewishGen Bessarabia SIG. Serghei was a guest for Bessarabia SIG at the 38th International Conference on Jewish Genealogy, Warsaw, August 2018, where he made two presentations: “Jewish Shtetl in Moldova without Jews: How the Jewish Past can be remembered” and “Jewish Cemeteries in Bessarabia/Moldova: Current Status and Future Projects”. Serghei Danilijuk is continuously working for Bessarabia SIG and is a great friend of our group. Following is very significant presentation, and I am glad that it will be posted at JewishGen Bessarabia SIG website --- Yefim Kogan, JewishGen Bessarabia SIG Leader and Coordinator. Presentation ------ The audio recording from the conference. Serghei's topic is from 2 hour 39min of the recording.
Jews with disabilities in the village of Verkhnyaya (Upper) Marianovka
The blog articles are written in Russian, but you can easily click on
it with right mouse and choose 'Translate into English'. If someone
wants to put a better translation on the website, that would would be
History and Voices of the Tragedy in Romania and Transnistria
(Added Feb 2014) Read about History, Geography on Tragedy in
Bessarabia/Moldova/Romania/Transnistria. Pogroms in Bessarabia,
Edinets, Belts, Kishinev; Deportation. Transnistria, the Giant Forgo
Read Personal testimonies of
who was born in 1927 in Kishinev, Bessarabia, Romania, survived
deportation to Transnistria. And Samuel’s father Testimony of
who lived in Kishinev, was confined to Kishinev’s ghetto, escaped.
Photographs are courtesy of Ozias Ukshteyn, the Director of Jewish Community of Dubossary, Moldova/Transnistria
List of the Jews killed in the autumn of 1941 and buried in the Mass Graves, at a place where now is a Memorial of Victims of Fascists in town of Dubossary, Moldova/Transnistria. 757 families, total of 2984 killed from many towns in Odes'ka oblast, Moldova, Moldova/Transnistria. Prepared by Ozias Ukshteyn, Director of Dubossary Jewish Community. Translated by Janet Furba, April 2012 (Project #21).
Photographs and the lists are courtesy of Terry Lasky, Centennial, CO.;
Hebrew text inscription translation by Cantor Arieh Finklstein, Chestnut Hill, MA, and Russian translation by Yefim Kogan, Chestnut Hill, MA, April 2012.