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Cernăuţi

(tʃernəˈutsj)
n
(Placename) the Romanian name for Chernovtsy
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Cher•nov•tsy

(ˌtʃɜr nɔfˈtsi, -nɒf-, ˌtʃɛr-)

n.
a city in SW Ukraine, on the Prut River: formerly in Romania. 257,000. Cernăuţi.
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(6) Isidor Vorobchievici (May 6th 1836, Cernauti--September 18th 1903, Cernauti) priest, professor, composer (Dictionar de muzica bisericeasca romaneasca 2013: 861-862.
(1935) Iridenta bulgara in Dobrogea, Cernauti: Tiparul "Glasul Bucovinei" Publishing.
Fim de abril de 1945, Paul Antschel foge de Cernauti, sua cidade natal, para Bucareste, com alguns livros, um monte de manuscritos e um punhado de dinheiro como unica bagagem.
In Hirsch's case, her parents strolled down their prewar main street Herrengasse in Czernowitz, which later became Iancu Flondor in Romanian Cernauti, and is today Kobylanska in Chernivtsi, Ukraine.
(1935): "Kulturpflanzen und Holzreste aus del praehistorischen Spanien und Portugal", BulletinulFacultatii de Stiinte din Cernauti, IX (1), 2, pp.
In 1918 at the end of World War I, when Romania gained its full national unity, State Archives were established in three new historical regions: at Cluj (1920) for Transylvania, at Cernauti (Cernowitz) (1924) for Bukovina and at Chisinau (Kishinew) (1925) for Bessarabia.
Studiu istoric bisericesc din trecutul Bucovinei dupa acte si documente (Cernauti, 1928); Politica religioasa a Habsburgilor fata de Biserica ortodoxa-Romana in secolul al XIX-lea in lumina unor acte si documente inedite din arhiva Curtii imperiale din Viena (Cernauti, 1929); Propaganda catolica impotriva Bisericii ortodoxe in Bucovina (Dupa acte si documente) (Cernauti, 1928).
Reflexiuni si Anteproiect de Constantin Berariu (1922), Cernauti: Institutul de Arte Grafice si Editura "Glasul Bucovinei".
The dark side of this history is the center of this book's research: the 1941 Ghetto of Cernauti and the deportation of more than 20,000 of its Jews to Transnistria during World War II.
Most notable among them is Traian Popovici, the mayor of Cernauti in Bukovina.