Genealogical Resources and Maps
Contains the Shtetl Atlas which is a compilation of four sets of maps. One is a map of Poland published in 1929 which includes parts of Lithuania and Byelorussia and index of Polish towns and villages. The second is a series of maps of Byelorussia and the Ukraine, published in Astria-Hungary in the mid-nineteenth century. The third and fourth sets of maps of maps are also of Byelorussia and the Ukraine, published by the Soviet Union in the 1980s. The other publication is "Drucker's List," maps and diagrams of the Jewish Cemetery Moghilev-Podolsky, Transnistria, Ukraine. Romanian Jews, including Jacob Drucker, were sent to a ghetto in Transistria. Jacob Drucker worked as a grave digger and worked to document where the Romanian Jews were buried.
- Drucker, Jacob, 1915-1990 (Person)
1.25 Linear Feet (Flat box 13 x 17 x 3 inches)
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