The Destruction of
Dynow, Sanok, Dubiecko

(Dynów, Poland)

49°49' / 22°14'

Translation of
“Khurbn Dynow, Sonik, Dibetsk”

Edited by: David Moritz

New York, 1949/50


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This is a translation from: Khurbn Dynow, Sonik, Dibetsk
(The Destruction of Dynow, Sanok, Dubiecko),
ed. David Moritz, New York, 1949/50, (Y)

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Preface addressed to the people of Dynow 5
Introduction to the destruction of Dynow 9
The destruction of Dynow 11
List of names of Jewish saintly martyrs that were killed on the second day of Rosh Hashana 121
List of Jews of Dynow that were killed by the Nazis Following their expulsion from the city of Dynow 122
Picture section 129
The Destruction of Sanok 143
The Destruction of Dubiecko 151
The Dynower society in New York 155
Name Index

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