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PAGES OF INTEREST
Belarus
 

Listed below are the location and links to web pages within the Museum of Family History that could be of interest to the Belarus researcher. In the left column, is the title of the web page or exhibition; for each a link is provided to the appropriate web page. In the right column are indicated the names of the towns for which material can be found. If you find that there is material on this website that is associated with towns in Belarus that has not already been included on the list below, please contact the museum at postmaster@museumoffamilyhistory.com.

Please note that there may be towns listed below that do not fall within the area of interest to the Belarus researcher. This is unintentional and the museum should be notified if such errors are found. The list will be amended as more material is added to the museum's website.
 

Cemetery Project:
Society Gates
Grodno, Khomsk (part of combined Goniadz and Khomsk society plot), Lida, Pinsk and Minsk.
 
   
Cemetery Project: Unique Surnames/Society Plots Divin, Khomsk (part of combined Goniadz and Khomsk society plot),
Grodno, Lyubcha, Minsk, Mogilev, Novogrudok, Pinsk, Pukhovichi and Radoshkovichi.
 
   
Holocaust Memorials of Canada Pinsk and Stolin.
   
Holocaust Memorials of Eastern Europe Antopol, Bogdanovka, Bogushevichi, Bobr, Cherven' (Igumen), David-Gorodok, Dolhinov, Druya, Dvorets, Horodok, Ivenets, Kobrin, Krasne, Kurenets, Minsk, Motole, Narach (Kobylnik), Pinsk, Posenitz, Rubel', Slonim, Smolyarka, Smoyon, Stolin, Vishnevo, Volozhin and Yanov (Ivanova).
   
Holocaust Memorials of
New York & New Jersey
Antopol, Baranavichy, Disna, Globoke, Grodno, Hlusk, Kobrin, Korelichi, Lenin/Lakhva, Lyakhovichi, Pinsk, Pukhovichi, Shershevo/Pruzany, Skidel, and Stolin.
   
How We Worked Kurenets, Lida and Vileyka.
   
Lives in the Yiddish Theatre The Yiddish Society--Lovers of Art and Theatre;
Yiddish Actors/Cast Photos from Derechin, Grodno, Kurenets, Lebedevo, Minsk, Pinsk, Smorgon and Volozhin.
   
Map Room Selected maps include pre-war Grodno (map room 1), Minsk and Pinsk (map room 4 and 5) and a few other areas.
   
Postcards from Home Ashmyany, Barysaw, Brest, David-Gorodok, Dolginovo, Dzyatlava, Gol'shany, Grodno, Grozovo, Minsk, Nesvizh, Novogrudok (Navahrudak), Pinsk, Smolyany, Telekany, Vitebsk, and Volkovysk.
   
Stories from our Ancestral Homes Grodno and Plissa.
   
The Synagogues of Europe: Past and Present Ashmyany, Babruysk, Brest-Litovsk, Brzesc nad Bugiem, Dolginovo, Gomel, Grodno, Haradok, Kobrin, Kreva, Lida, Minsk, Mogilev, Pinsk, Slonim, Vawkavysk, and Vitebsk.
   
Walk in My Shoes: Collected Memories of the Holocaust Lida.
   






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