Czernowitz


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Czernowitz

(ˈtʃɛrnovɪts)
n
(Placename) the German name for Chernovtsy
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Building security Reduta Theatre, JanEicek Theatre, Mahen Theatre, objects in Bohunice workshops and warehouses NDB in Czernowitz, protection, providing ancillary services, protection of property and individuals over the next 4 years.
In military circles, it was "believed that the Russians are already in Hungary and that their left flank is about to commence operations in the region of Czernowitz.
Born in Czernowitz, Romania, now Ukraine, he was the only child of silent, repressed parents who had moved from their native village in the Carpathian Mountains to run a small grocery store in the town.
Pictures of the Stock Exchange in Odessa, opera houses in Lemberg and Czernowitz, universities in Kiev and Kharkov, health resorts in Suuk-Su and Evpatoria, and even the Yacht Club in Nikolayev all served to allay any possible anxiety of this foreign and mysterious place.
my parents: Celan's parents, Leo and Friederike Antschel, were deported at the end of June 1942 flora Czernowitz to Ladezin, between the Dnieper and Bug rivers.
She wrote: "At home we always said that once it's over we'll go back to Lipica, we have to visit our aunt in Brunn, what could have possibly become of our relatives in Czernowitz, the air in Friuli is better than here, when you grow up you have to go to Vienna and Prague, when you grow up <.
In Czernowitz at 100: The First Yiddish Language Conference in Historical Perspective, ed.
In the overwhelming encounter with Sachs things were much more complex and it stands in contrast with his detachment from the Czernowitz poet Margul-Sperber.
Iryna Vikyrchak, poet and director of The International Poetry Festival Meridian Czernowitz, Ukraine.
In fact, because it was spoken by millions of Jews, Yiddish was declared "a Jewish national language" at a landmark conference on Yiddish held in Czernowitz in 1908 (Berdichevsky 2004: 17-18).
Khazanovitsh, who had been a participant as a member of Poalei Tsion in the 1908 Czernowitz Conference for the Yiddish Language and, along with Ester Frumkin of the Bund, had contributed to the conference's turmoil, places Birnbaum in context with the figure he knew as a secular nationalist.
There area[bar] thousands of survivors who were in ghettos that were not closed, such as in Czernowitz, Romania and many places in Bulgaria, among other Nazi-allied countries," JCC explained.