Records of the Dreeben family in the All Galicia Database

There are currently 2 records for the surname Dreeben (including soundalike names and spelling variants) in the All Galicia Database (the AGD), Gesher Galicia's free searchable collection of genealogical and historical records from the former Austro-Hungarian province of Galicia, which is now eastern Poland and western Ukraine. Here is a sampling of some of the results you can find there:

  • Feige DRYBEN
    1923 birth record from Drohobycz Jewish Births (index book) (1921-1938)
  • Feige GROSS false DRYBYN
    1923 birth record from Drohobycz Jewish Births (index book) (1921-1938)

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Records of the Dreeben family in Logan Kleinwaks' Genealogy Indexer website

There are 174 search results for the surname Dreeben at Logan Kleinwaks' Genealogy Indexer website, a few of which are listed below. Note that results listed below are limited to purely Galician sources, such as telephone and business directories from Galician cities, or school records, but they do not include the many other sources available on his website that span all of pre-war Poland. You may need the free .DjVu web browser plugin to view these files.

  • Bielsko-Biala Yizkor Book (1973), image 190 {y76}
    ... wollen nur allein dies anfügen, dass wir garnicht begrei-fen können, worinnen denn eigentlich dieser Schutz bestehen sol-le, sintemalen die Juden bei ihrer Anherokunft, entweder in den öffentlichen Gasthäusern oder, bei anderen Bürgern einkehren, die Gewölber zur Einlegung der Wolle von selbigen mieten und lediglich bei der Stadt leben und mit den Einwohnern ihr Ge-werbe treiben. Ob nun also das herzogliche Dominium dergleichen hindern und Leuten, die die benöthigte Ware zuführen und dem Städtchen Nahrung verschaffen, eigenmächtigerweise Imposten auf-legen könne, scheinet wohl wider alle Landesverfassung und Lan-desgesetze zu sein." "Jedoch wir wollen die Entscheidung davon Einer hohen Landes-Instanz anheimstellen und hier nur mit wenigem erinnern, dass das herzogliche Dominium ...
  • Lwow Yizkor Book (1956), image 373 {y308}
    ... viehischen Morde. ten herabzuwuerdigen. Darueber war ich 2u tiefst erschuettert. da ich selbst Kunst ueber alles liebe, aber ich konnte lange nicht meinen Gedanken nachhaengen.. sondern vernahm ploetslich das den Juden so bekannte Stichwort "Aktion". W2s musste ich nun miterleben, ohne selbst helfen zu koennen? Sogar die sogen: nnten Vertraungsmaenncr. leider selbst Juden, trieben die Menschen zusammen und stellten sie in Reih und Glied auf. dann kam ein Obersturmfuchrer der SS und die blutige Zere- monie konnte beginnen. Er eroeffnete den Leuten, dass das Los zu bestimmen hat. Es wurde die Zahl 4 gewaehlt. das heisst. jeder 4. Jude oder Jüdin mit Kind, sind zur Aktion bestimmt. Er zaehlte nun ab und jeder 4. wurde weggenommen. Teils ertrugen es die schon lebenden Leichname mit einer ...
  • Mosty-Wielkie Yizkor Book (1975), image 101 {y348}
    ... , aber ich habe nidit gesehon. wer geschossen hat", fiigte Fran Gutman hinzu. Die Zeugin hatte die danach entstandene Panik benutzt, um mit ihrer alten Mutter durch einen Zaun auf einen Bauernhof zu fluditen. Sie verbarg line Mutter unter emem Bretterstapel und versteckte sich m einem Komposthaufen, in dem sie vier Tage lang ausharrte. Hunger und Durst trieben die Frau schlieBlich aus ihrcm Versteck. Zu- vor hatte sie aber mitanselien nuissen, wie Uniformierte Jagd auf judische Frauen und Manner machten. Sie horte Schiisse und Ma- schinengewehrfeuer, sie horte Todesschreie und die angstvollen Schreie eines Kindes. ,':e wurde Zeuge, wie ihre Mutter, entdeckt ’.!d wenoefL’hrt wurde. Die-a'te 1 וה1;.ל׳.: dann nod. eine unbeobachtete Hand- bewegung auf ihr Versteck zu, als wollte sie ihre ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 404 {y94}
    ... but was planning to go into Russia itself, where things were in perfect order. I wished him "bon voyage" and restrained myself from inquiring where he would go from there if things were not according to his expectations. It was only in the summer of 1940 that I re* ceived an answer to my unasked question. I was wandering around in Lvov at night, near the railway station after being driven from my lodging where I was supposed to sleep because I had no passport. Loitering near the station I gazed at the crowds of people waiting for the train but, instead of sitting in the vestibule, were lying around on the wet grass, pushed around from pillar to post by the militiamen. Suddenly there was Yossel Fenster — a wreck of a man both physically and morally. When I asked him what ...
  • Brzozow Yizkor Book (1984), image 442 {y94}
    ... knew we were a nation of Rothschilds. Even today margarine wrappings and sausage peels are zealously collected as proof that things weren’t so bad for the Jews in the camp. They would not be inclined to delve into the garbage cans of their memory to re-create those pale, dead-eyed shades that crawled along, silent and in constant fear, scratching the insides of the soup-bins with their bluish fingers, to be driven away again and again and pick at the garbage, seeking a mildewed crumb of bread ? Who would remember those miserable creatures, Bickering like candles till they died away without having achieved their one and only ambition — to eat their fill just once? Then there were the thousands dubbed "Musulmen" by the camp, those whom every self-respecting functionary in the camp deemed ...

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