Our Exhibitions | The Guide

  •  12-19 October 2012Colored Fair. In Memory of Olga Rapay-Markish, KalytaArtKlub.
  • 1 October – 1 November 2012 –  Kultur-Lige: Artistic Avant-Garde of the 1910’s – 1920’s, Marshall’s Gallery, Olsztyn, Poland.
  • December 2011 – March 2012Chernobyl. Expedition to the lost land, Ethnological Collection of the Municipal Museum in the city of Freiburg, Germany.

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Exhibition: Jews on Soil: Agro-Joint and agricultural colonies of South Ukraine in the 1920s – 1930s

On April 14, 2013 Center for Jewish Studies opened an exhibition Jews on Soil: Agro-Joint and agricultural colonies of South Ukraine in the 1920s – 1930s at the Shevchenko’s Museum.

The exhibition presents materials, which address formation and development of the Jewish agricultural settlements on the territory of Ukraine from the middle of the XIX century until the end of of the thirties of the XX century. In the beginning of the twenties of the XX century, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee supported the project of restoration of the Jewish colonies in South Ukraine and signed the contract with the Soviet government. In June of 1924 an agricultural unit called Agro-Joint was coined. Its primary task was issuing help (financial, professional, technical, material) to groups of settlers. The unit existed until 1938 in the Soviet Union. (more…)

Introduction to the Judaica Center Archive of Letters of World War II

More than 60 years passed since the end of World War II ended, and the time has been mercilessly erasing the war memory. The participants and witnesses of the events are passing away, and the documents of the distant time are disappearing. Among these documents, letters from the frontline and back are the most moving and tangible pieces of evidence. (more…)

Guide to World War II Letters Archive

 

Authors names Years Number of documents
Abramov (Абрамов Иосиф Хамишиевич) 1941 8
Aguf (Агуф) 1942-1945 52
Averbuh (Авербух Дебора) 1941 23
Becker Asya (Беккер Ася) 1942 8
Berman-Brodskaya (Берман-Бродская) 1941 – 1944 15
Bershtein (Берштейн) 1941-1944 12
Braginsky (Брагинский ) 1941 – 1942 39
Different (Разные) 1941 – 1946 26
Drozdovsky (Дроздовский) 1941 – 1944 128
Erofeev (Ерофеев Николай Иосифович) 1944 3
Feldman (from the USA) (Фельдман (изСША) 1941 – 1943 20
Fialkovs Yu and Ya (Фиалковы Ю.Я. И Я.А.) 1941 – 1944 67
Filonovsky (Филоновский Г.Ю.) 1944-1945 4
From Chernigov (Из Чернигова) 1944 – 1945 18
From Uzhgorod (Из Ужгорода) 1942, 1945 5
Fron Israeli site (С Израильского сайта) 1941 – 1945 21
Futerman (Футерман А.) 1941 3
Giller (Гиллер) 1944 2
Glikman (Гликман) 1941 1
Golbrih (Гольбрих С.М.) 1941 – 1944 25
Gorodetsky (Городецкий) 1941 6
Grosser (Гроссер) 1941 8
Gurevich (Гуревич ) 1941 – 1944 190
Haraz (Хараз Давид) 1940-1943 98
Kocherovsky (Кочеровский И.А.) 1941-1946 51
Korol’ (Король У.Ш.) 1941-1945 153
Kostyuk (Костюк) 1943 3
Kotel’chuk (Котельчук В.) 1941-1943 86
Kotlyarov (Котляров) 39
Krupnik (Крупник П.) 4
Kucherovа (Кучерова) 1944 14
Lipner (Липнер) 1943 3
Lobanov (Лобанов) 1942 2
Lurie (Лурье) 3
Merman (Мерман) 1942 5
Nevsky (Невский) 2
Patskin (Пацкин) 1941 – 1943 4
Pilyavsky (Пилявский М.И.) 1941 17
Poberezhsky (Побережский Л.) 2
Reznik (Резник) 1943 2
Rosenfeld (Розенфельд М.) 1941-1945 57
Samodina (Самодина) 1944 1
Shafir (Шафир Натан) 1941 – 1942 69
Shmaruk (Шмарук И.) 1941-1945 129
Shnaiderman (Шнайдерман) 3
Shor (Шор Бен-Иосиф) 1943 11
Sigal (Сигал А.Л.) 1941-1945 21
Sklyar (Скляр Б.М.) 1943 – 1945 20
Sklyarenko (Скляренко Валентина) 1942-1945 6
Sternovich (Стернович) 1943 3
Talalaevsky (Талалаевский М.) 1941 – 1945 616
Tolkachev (Толкачев З.) 1942 – 1945 42
Traube (Траубе Ф.и Р.) 1941-1944 54
Tseperovich (Цеперович) 1943-1945 94
Ulik (Улик И.Д.) 1943-1946 144
Ushomirskaya (Ушомирская) 1943 – 1945 64
Yagupolsky (Ягупольский Л.М.) 1941-1943 7
Yanover (Яновер Д.З.) 1943 9
Zalesinsky (Залесинский Марк Евсеевич)  1942 – 1944 22
Zaslavsky (Заславский Б.) 1942-1944 57
Zavgorodny (Завгородний) 1942 2
Zeltsman (Зельцман) 1941-1943 2
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Abramov (Абрамов Иосиф Хамишиевич)

Documents and letters of Abramov Joseph
9 letters in Yiddiah, 1941.
Archive is not specified, no information about the author.