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Thursday, November 23, 2006

Chaya Gertzman

Interviewer: Shiran Massarano
ADDRESS: Street: x State, Kfar Saba, Israel.

Survivor: Code: RelatioNet GE CH 32 NO SE
Family Name: Gertzman First Name: Chaya
Father Name: x Mother Name: x
Birth Date: 1932
Town In Holocaust: Novoselitsa Country In Holocaust: Bessarabia
Profession In Holocaust: x
Status: Alive
Add: Street: hashalom, No: 6 Town: Kfar Saba Country: Israel


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At 7:04 AM, Blogger yonatan said...

hello, first of all sorry for my poor english. My name is yonatan vainrub, my father was born in Novoselitza in 1919, still alive, who left the town in 1939 with my uncle, but the rest of the family were killed in 1941. We are living in Venezuela, place were are living many of jewish people who escaped from that town. I am fixing a family tree and found somo people with the same last name living in Ucraine but trying to contact them. I would like to know more about you and thanks for words you wrote.

At 7:07 AM, Blogger yonatan said...

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At 7:23 PM, Blogger X said...

I just ended in your website after another bunch of hours performing my historical researches about the Holocaust, the reason being mentions in the interview text to a place called "Secureni", back on those times, Romania.
I can try writing a letter to the displayed inverviewed woman's address, but in case it would be possible for you to get in contact with her to get me an e-mail of a son/daughter with whom I can exchange some e-mail notes I would appreciate. My chances here are not even srong enough, but I don't like disconsidering any. My mother's parents all came from this place, and, though the woman you interviewed did not live there, I am interested in knowing if by any chance she can tell me anything more specifically about the time they were deported to Secureni. My maternal grandparents were Holocaust survivors, while my father's family had some losses in Auschwitz.
I've been digging deep since almost a year ago and created 2 mailing lists, one for each my paternal and maternal grandparents birth places in Europe. Here's the Secureni one:

Thank you in anyway,
Avraham Yehoshua Kahana

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