July 23rd, 2009

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From hardy3

We are from the Ehpes group are interested in the non-jewish
mass graves at the Zelena street jewish cemetery.
There is a Turkish grave marked no 118 in plot no 130
Austrian marked no 120 in plot no 38
Rumanian no 121 in plot no 10
We dont know how these found their way to the jewish cemetery.
Could somebody take pictures of these memorials - specially the
text inscriptions , maybe this will explain their story .
Hardy Breier

[Перевод]

Мы - группa Ehpes - ищем информацию о не-еврейских
захоронениях на еврейском кладбище на улице Зелёной.

Список могил:
Турецкая - под номером 118 на участке 130
Австрийская - под номером 120 на участке 38
Румынская - под номером 121 на участке 10

Нам неизвестно как они (могилы) оказались на еврейском кладбище.
Если кто-нибудь смог бы сфотографировать эти захоронения (в первую
очередь текст на надгробиях), возможно это прояснило бы их историю.

Hardy Breier

Thanks to whasup for thanslation.

Romanian Memorial inside of the Jewish Cemetery Czernowitz

 
Hi hardy3, hi resnovit! An immediate answer to your request. The inscription reads as follows:

Here are buried 400 martyrs of our nation, murdered by NKVD in 1941
and 695 Romanian soldiers, killed in action during World War II.
Golgota Society 2006.


Sponsors: Constantin Chițan - Director BUCRECONSTRUCȚIA, Albert Bivolariu - Medic, Bogdan Grior - Jurist, Ion Broască - Medic.


Based on my Bucovina 2009 research, the above mentioned murder is n o t identical with the Fântâna Albă [Bila Krynytsya] Massacre. Read the full story (in German language) at http://hauster.blogspot.com/. More about this massacre, Ukrainian readers may learn from the following book of an Ukrainian journalist [Translation required].