This article appeared in The Galitzianer, (Fall, 1995) ·

Table of Contents: Volume 3, Number 1 (Fall, 1995)

  • From The Editor’s Desk:
  • Germans From Galicia
  • PGS Packets
  • Memorial Ceremony In Glogow
  • Yizkor Book From Chrostkov
  • A Unique And Mysterious Find
  • Study Of Names (Resources)
  • General History of Jews in Galicia (Books)
  • Holocaust Accounts of Ancestral Galician Towns and Cities
  • Galician Trip Report
  • Suggestions for Directed Studies
  • New U.S. Holocaust Research Institute Web Site
  • Polish Home Page Offers Clues
  • Call For Papers (For Boston Genealogy Conference)
  • Eastern European Families Hold Convention
  • Ragas Will Look For You
  • Dobromil, Et. Al.
  • Let’s take A New Look at Bukovina
  • Gesher Galicia Membership Report
  • New Publicity Focus For Gesher Galicia
  • Membership Information and Renewals
  • Family Finder News
  • From The Treasurer
  • Treasurer’s Report


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