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Learn about Bukowina, and its capital, Czernowitz (Updated 16 Jan. 2016)

  • Premier web site for the History and Genealogy of Jewish Czernowitz - by Jerome Schatten

  • Join the Czernowitz-L discussion group for Czernowitz and Sadagora History and Genealogy

  • Photographs of Czernowitz - a selection of images from July, 1998.

  • JewishGen Family Finder (for Czernowitz) - an important database for all.

  • KehilaLinks Site for Radauti/Radautz - Bukowina, Romania

  • KehilaLinks Site for Gura Humorului - Bukowina, Romania

  • KehilaLinks Site for Bukovina and Suceava County - a master list of links to genealogical and historical information

  • Romanian Jewish Genealogy Special Interest Group, includes Bukowina

  • Bukovina Society of the Americas

  • The Yiddish Shtetl, Czernowitz

  • Southern Bukowina Genealogy

  • Northern Bukowina Genealogy

  • Dizzy Web, direct from Czernowitz

  • Jewish Foundation of the Ukraine - Va'ad of Ukraine.

  • Before Memories Fade - the memoirs of Pearl Fichman; life in Czernowitz before, during, and after the Holocaust.

  • Historical Photographs of Czernowitz

  • Bukowina - 1919 handbook of the Historical Section, British Foreign Office, donated for public use to the JewishGen Yizkor Book Project.

  • History of the Jews in the Bukowina - by Hugo Gold. Several English translations are posted; more are in the works.

  • Bukowina Landsmannschaften - Sources of information on the Landsmannschaften of Bukowina.

  • Jewries in Galicia and Bukowina, Lemberg and Czernowitz - A scholarly study of Jewish life in this region in the 19th and 20th centuries.

  • City of Chernivtsi - The official web site (in Ukrainian).

  • The Jews of Chernivtsi - by Sue Ann Harding. Story based on a visit in August 2000, originally published in the Jewish Quarterly (London)