Ghetto Czernowitz photos

Cernauti, Romania.

The deportation of the city's jews, autumn 1941

Text and Photo Source: Yad Vashem

Cernauti, Romania.

The deportation of the city's jews, autumn 1941

Text and Photo Source: Yad Vashem

Cernauti, Romania.

The deportation of the city's jews, autumn 1941

Text and Photo Source: Yad Vashem

Cernauti, Romania.

The deportation of the city's jews, autumn 1941

Text and Photo Source: Yad Vashem

Cernauti, Romania.

The deportation of the city's jews, autumn 1941

Text and Photo Source: Yad Vashem

Cernauti, Romania.

The deportation of the city's jews, autumn 1941

Text and Photo Source: Yad Vashem

Czernovitz, Romania.

A photograph of Yosef Chasid in the ghetto

Text and Photo Source: Yad Vashem

Portrait of a young Romanian Jew wearing the yellow star on the day before he was deported to Transnistria

Pictured is Moissi Brandmann.

Moissi Brandmann is the son of Josef and Lotti Essner Brandmann. He was born March 19, 1922 in Gura-Humorului, Romania, whre his parents owned and operated a bookstore. In 1936 Moissi moved to Cernauti, where he attended high school. During the war, the Brandmanns were deported to the Murafa camp in Transnistria. Moissi remained from November 1941until March 1944, when he was liberated by the Soviet Army. After the war, Moissi moved to Bucharest, where he married Sylvia Brender, another survivor of the Transnistrian camps. They remained in Bucharest until 1961, when they emigrated to the United States.

Text and Photo Source: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

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Provenance: Mark Brandman

Erika Neuman reads a magazine in the Cernauti ghetto

Pictured standing from left to right are Erika and Beatrice Neuman and an unidentified woman; seated is Dr. Heller.

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Provenance: Erika Neuman Kauder Eckstut



Group portrait of four Jews in an apartment in the Cernauti ghetto

Pictured standing from left to right are Erika and Beatrice Neuman and an unidentified woman; seated is Dr. Heller.

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Provenance: Erika Neuman Kauder Eckstut

Three young women pose in the Cernauti ghetto

Pictured from left to right are Beatrice Neuman, Erika Neuman and their friend Cila Loewenthal.

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Provenance: Erika Neuman Kauder Eckstut

Three young women pose in the Cernauti ghetto

Pictured from left to right are Erika Neuman, Celine Osterow and Beatrice Neuman.

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Provenance: Erika Neuman Kauder Eckstut

Erika Neuman (right) and Cilia Loewenthal (left) act in the play in the Cernauti ghetto

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Provenance: Erika Neuman Kauder Eckstut

Three young Jews act in a play in the Cernauti ghetto

Text and Photo Source: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Provenance: Erika Neuman Kauder Eckstut

1943. Group portrait of Jewish forced laborers at the Turnatoria, the machine shop established by Siegfried Jagendorf in the Mogilev-Podolskiy foundry. Pictured in the center is Max Schmidt, an engineer from Cernauti who headed the lathe and power plant department of the Turnatoria. Also pictured is Max Auslander (standing in the back row, seventh from the left). Friedrich Haas is pictured sitting in the front row center. Seated in the second row on the far right is the manager, Engineer Josef Schmidt.

Text and Photo Source: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

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Provenance: Max Schmidt

Published Source: Jagendorf's Foundry: A Memoir of the Romanian Holocaust, 1941-1944 - Jagendorf, Siegfried - Harper Collins Publishers

Portrait of the Weidenfeld family wearing Jewish badges in the Czernowitz (Cernauti) ghetto shortly before their deportation to Transnistria

Pictured from left to right are Yetty, Meshulem-Ber, Sallie, and Simche Weidenfeld. Cernauti, Romania, October 1941.


Text and Photo Source: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

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Provenance: Jack Morgenstern

Jews are deported from Bessarabia and Bukovina to Transnistria


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