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Homeland Book of the Bessarabian Germans (Paperback) by Albert Kern
is a must read for anyone whose ancestors were born or lived in Bessarabia. Those Germans from Russia whose direct line does not stem from Bessarabia will also benefit from the insight written by many people of the area. The descriptive writings about the history, immigration, and then the resettlement during World War II, grips you with the smell of the earth, the blue of the sky, and the wrenching sadness, when they must leave their land, home, animals and all they possess. The articles on more than 100 colonies and estates, are written by the people who lived and served in various capacities in the area. The voices of experience and daily living, pictures of homes, churches, and colony life. It includes one of the best lists of site locations of German Parishes in Bessarabia. The Honor List of Missing in Action and Deaths in WWI and WWII lists hundreds and hundreds of names of sons and fathers of all the various colonies.
Jewish Roots in Ukraine and Moldova: Pages from the Past and Archival Inventories (The Jewish Genealogy Series) by Miriam Weiner
Miriam Weiner, a courageous and brilliant historian and archivist, has haunted the archives of Eastern Europe, painstakingly piecing together the world that was. Here she has memorialized hundreds of shtetls and towns through document examples and photographs.
In addition to providing the first tangible inventory of what the regional archives hold, in regard to the history of Jewish families, this book gives a wonderful pictorial overview of the area. It does so by providing photos of the places the families inhabited in the past, contrasted, in many instances, with how those same places appear now. The vivid past jumps off the pages of this beautifully formatted book, just as the lure of the book's vast archive document inventory tempts the reader with its research possibilities for the future. This book is a must for anyone contemplating research into their family history in Ukraine and Moldova, and a treasure for those who are merely curious about the world Jewish ancestors lived in and left behind.
Easter in Kishinev: Anatomy of a Pogrom (Reappraisals
in Jewish Social and Intellectual History) by Edward H. Judge
Judge's book covers the Kishinev pogrom of 1903. In seven chapters, the author lays out the background of the Jewish question in Russia, profiles the city of Kishinev, narrates the events leading up to and included in the pogrom, and analyzes its causes and effects
Bessarabia and Bukovina (Publisher: East European
Monographs, October, 1983 ) / Moldova and the Transdnestr Republic (East European
Monographs, September, 2001) by Nicolas Dima
Nicholas Dima provides a concise historical background of Moldova from its years as a territory of the Soviet empire to the post-Soviet era. The core of the book details the political upheaval of the 1980s, the independence of Moldova. Dima blaims Moscow attempting to regain its former geopolitical power by means of assistance to the self-proclaimed Transdnestr region of Moldova.
The Gagauz (Peoples of the Caucasus Handbooks) (Hardcover)by Harun Gungor, Mustafa Argunsah
A travel article about Moldova and Transdniestr in Lythuanian by Vytautas Bukauskas one of our guests in Chisinau
Cecilia, one of our customers has got a travel blog where she writes about her travel trips to Moldova she made in autumn 2013 and spring 2014. Great photos of Chisinau, May Day parade in Tiraspol and rural countryside in Moldova.
10 top Eastern European destination recommended by Lonely Planet. At number 4 is Orheiul Vechi site and monastery in Moldova. Read more on Lovely Planet page
"The Ex-soviet state where communism is quietly thriving" and "The tiny state where the hammer and sickle still fly" by Christopher James, Morning Star, December 2005.
"Transdniestr: the country that doesn't exist" by Nick Bradshow, Esquire magazine, July 2005
"Organ traffic in Moldova: livers lost" by Martin Adler, Swedish magazine "Grande reportagem", 12 March, 2005
Holidays in the danger zone: places that don't exist. BBC television programme on Transnistria and Moldova, 2 February, 2005
April 1903: the Kishinev pogrom. An article from: Midstream by Yehuda Khaver
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