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Translation of chapter
“Neu Frautz” from Volume II:

Geschichte der Juden in der Bukowina

Written by: Hugo Gold

Published in Tel Aviv, 1962

Translated by:

Jerome Silverbush z”l

This is a translation of the chapter “Neu Frautz”, Geschichte der Juden in der Bukowina
{History of the Jews in the Bukovina} Written by: Dr. Hugo Gold,
Published in Tel Aviv, 1962

The community of Neu-Fratautz had 60 Jewish families who in 1906 founded their own prayer house, “Tefilath Beth-Jeschurim”

Berl, Seide and Markus Dechner, the Schamschon family and Hersch Wucher, Uscher Engler and Chaim Breuer were actively involved in the founding of the prayer house.

The Jews were involved in farming, trade and industry. The saw mill and grist mill owner Markus Dechner should be mentioned.

In the community there were two Zionistic organizations, that of the Revisionists and the General Zionist organization

Written by Hugo Gold

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