The Jewish Community
in Chust and its Surrounding Villages
(Khust, Ukraine)

48°11' / 23°11'

Translation of
Kehilat Khust ve-ha-sviva: sefer zikaron

Editor: Zvi Menshel

Published in Tel Aviv, 2002

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This is a translation of: Kehilat Khust ve-ha-sviva: sefer zikaron (The Jewish community in Chust and its surrounding villages),
Editor: Zvi Menshel, English translation by Rachely Schloss & Jonathan Gershovitz, Tel Aviv, 2002. Volumes: 2 Pages: 1,043 (E)

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Chapter One: Introductions 9
Chapter Two: The City of Chust and its Inhabitants 107
Chapter Three: Taped Testimonies 281
Chapter Four: Memories 549
Chapter Five: The Villages in the Vicinity of Chust 839
Chapter Six: Yizkor 891
Chapter Seven: Stories and Folklore 955
Chapter Eight: Epilogue 983
Chapter Nine: Photo Album 993
Chapter Ten: Index 1035

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