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Appendix 1

List of Residents of Ungrovka

Translated by Marlene Zakai

Weinraub, Alek (son in Israel)
Chotinsky, Reuven
Weinraub, Shmuel (son in Israel)
Kleinman, Yosef (daughter in Israel)
Weissman, David
Weissman, Meir
Reznik, Asher
Berkovitz, Yonah (daughter in Israel)
Mariascin, Yosef
Bodeisky, Gershon (son in Israel)
Bodeisky, Naftali (son in Israel)
Blank, Israel
Opshovsky, Yosef
Zucker, David (two daughters in Israel)
Chaiken, Rafael (daughter in Israel)
Vereta, Chaim
Yoroshinsky, Moshe (son in Israel)
Yoroshinsky, Gershon
Tranovsky, Mordechai (daughter in law in Israel)
Tranovsky, Aharon
Prokopetz, Itzik
Mintz, David
Utzital, Monya (son in Israel)
Greenfeld, Moshe
Chaiken, Raphael 2 (daughter in Israel)
Itzkovitz, Raphael (son in Israel)
Lifshutz, Dov (Berl) (in Israel)
Krol, Yosef
Weinraub, Itzik
Tzverotzki, Dov (Berl) (in Israel)
Tzverotzki, Yisrael
Krol, Zelig (2 sons in Israel)
Chaiken, Alek (2 daughters in Israel)
Nathanson, Yosef (daughter in Israel)
Gzolsky, Zev (Wolf)
Feinstein, Itzik (son in Israel)
Gurvitz, Yaakov (son and daughter in Israel)
Shusterman, Shimon
Sobol, Yaakov
Shtshiglov, Moshe
Kopman, Moshe (son in Israel)
Mariascin, Moshe (in Israel with 4 sons)
Tzvrotsky, Girsch
Merotznik, Gedalia
Swerdlik, Avraham
Bendoim. Tuviah (duagher in Israel)
Kopman, Aryeh (Leib) (son in Israel)
Weinraub, Mendel
Blushtein, Misha
Mariascin, Yiheil (in Israel)
Gershkowitz, Mordechai (Motel)
Gershkowitz, Zelig

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Appendix 2

Residents of Ungrovka that were expelled
to Siberia by the Soviet Regime in 1941

Translated by Marlene Zakai

Nathanson, Gershon
Kaminer, Itzik
Weinraub, Itzik
Prokopitz, Itzik
Berkovitz, Yonah
Mariascin, Moshe
Shusterman, Shimon
Gatzlosky, Zev (Wolf)
Vereta, Chaim

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Appendix 3

Residents of Ungrovka or their family members
that were killed in WWII by the Soviet Army

Translated by Marlene Zakai

Berkovitz, Yonah
Budaisky, Naftali
Blank, David
Kopman, Girsh
Nathanson, Gary (Gershon)
Prokopitz, Chaim
Sverdlik, Avraham
Chaiken, Raphael
Utzital, Monya
Shusterman, Shulik
Vaisman, Chaim

List of JCA Staff Employed by the Kishinev Office

Trachtman, Emanuel
Magin, Shmuel
Bzonski, Shimon (Simon)
Freedman, Moshe
Blek, Yosef
Mogilsky, Yaakov

List of External Staff employed by the JCA
in Romania and Czechoslovakia before WWII

Vereta, Chaim
Abramovitz, Emanuael
Cutler, Avram
Appelbaum, Moshe
Shwartzman, Aaron
Kablivski, Chaim
Megin, Nachum
Greenberg [no first name supplied]
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