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"The story of the Jews of Vilkomir"

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1994.A.0312 | RG Number: RG-02.170

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    Consists of a testimony given by three Kronik family members for the "Jewish Committee." At the time, they were in a displaced persons camp in Kassel, Germany awaiting emigration to Israel. Describes: the Kronik family's history; the Lithuanian Jewish communities of Musnik (a.k.a. Musninkai), Sirvintas (a.k.a. Sirvintos, Sirvintai), and Vilkomir (a.k.a. Ukmerge, Wilkomir, Vilkomierz); the communities' responses to the Soviet and Nazi occupations; and the fate of the communities' members. Also includes a list of Lithuanian partisans and police who participated in the mass execution of Jews.

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    In Nov 1994, Micki Lavine, Reuben's grandaughter, gave the testimony to the Museum.
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