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1. “Iedzivotaju saraksts [List of Residents],” Liepaja, August 1941, LVVA.
2. Edward Anders, 15 1 1999 and later.
3. “Liepajas apgabaltiesas lemums-rezolucija [Ruling-Resolution of Liepaja District Court] 74L,” 22 1 1942, USHMM, Edward Anders’ papers.
4. House Books, LVVA Fond 2110, Apraksts [Description] 9
5. Represeto saraksts 1941 [List of the Persecuted], Latvijas Valsts Arhivs, Riga, 1995, 1, 90-98.
6. Hervy Aby (Abram Hirschowitz), 22 1 2000 and later.
7. Schutzpolizei Libau, Reports. LVVA P-83-1-206
8. Ezergailis Andrew, The Holocaust in Latvia, 1941-1944, Riga: The Historical Institute of Latvia, 1996.
9. Latvijas 1940 g. telefona abonentu saraksts [Latvia Phone Directory 1940].
10. Halle Morris, letters and e-mails to EA, 1999/2001
11. House Books, LVVA Fond 2110, Apraksts [Description] 10
12. Extraordinary Commission for the Investigation of Crimes by the German-Fascist Invaders and Their Collaborators, “Report of the Crimes of German-Fascist Invaders Committed on Peaceful Citizens and Soviet Prisoners of War in the Town of Liepaja, Latvian SSR,” 19 7 45, LVVA, P-132-26-17.
13. Liepajas Latvieshu Kalendars 1939. gadam [Liepaja Latvian Calendar for 1939], E. Abelite, Liepaja, Vol. 3 (1938), [Paul Berkay collection].
14. Kregers M., Liepajas pilsetas firmu un tirdzniec.-rupniecibas uznemumu saraksts par 1930. gadu. [List of Liepaja Commercial and Industrial Enterprises for 1930], M. Kregers.
15. “Yad Vashem Database, Search Results,” 25 3 99, Yad Vashem, Alex Avraham, Search for Peacetime Residence = Libau/Liepaja/Libava.
16. Ivanova Ilana, faxes and messages to Edward Anders, 1999/2001
17. Stutthof Concentration Camp, 1944, Paístwowe Muzeum Stutthof w Sztutowie, Sztutowo, Poland.
18. Death certificates from Stutthof. Panstwowe Muzeum Stutthof w Sztutowie, Sztutowo, Poland.
19. Einlieferungsbuch KL Stutthof, 9 8 44 to 1 10 44. Panstwowe Muzeum Stutthof w Sztutowie, Sztutowo, Poland. File 1-11E-12 to 1-11E-15.
20. “List of Jews killed at Neustadt by German Army 2 5 45,” May 1945, Panstwowe Muzeum Stutthof, Z-V-36.
21. L. Levenson, “List of friends and relatives, killed by fascists in Liepaja…1941-1945,” Undated, Jews in Latvia, Riga, III/1363.
22. Schutzpolizei Libau, “Metallsammlung,” 10 4 1942, LVVA, P-83-1-206, pp 103-106.
23. Schutzpolizei Libau report, May 1942, LVVA P-83-1-204
24. Arnsdorf Agnes, personal communication to Edward Anders (9/2000)
25. Feitelberg Allan A., personal communications to Edward Anders, 2000-2001
26. “Survivors’ Registry Search,” 1999-2002, USHMM.
27. Libauers’ Committee of Israel, A Town Named Libau, Tel Aviv, Israel abt 1982., http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/libau/libau.html.
28. Munic Sara L., letters and personal communications to E Anders, 2000
29. Brauer Max Mende, Letters to E Anders and personal communications, Feb-May 2000, EA files
30. Jost U., International Tracing Service. Bad Arolsen, Germany, 21 2 2000, E Anders Files.
31. Barkan Ella, Tel Aviv, Phone conversations and messages (2000-2008)
32. Feigerson Solomon, phone calls and messages to E Anders (2000-2008).
33. Latvijas Valsts Arhivs [Latvian State Archives], “Represeto saraksts 1941: “Personas, kuras 1941.g. junija bija paredzets arestet vai izsutit” [List of the Persecuted, 1941. “Persons who were to be arrested or deported in June 1941”] 2, 118-127.,” 16. 3. 2000, Latvian National Library.
34. Libauers’ Committee of Israel, “The Jews of Libau 1992,” 1993, Tel Aviv, Israel.
35. “Verfahren gegen Heinz Wiesner [Trial of Heinz Wiesner],” Generalstaatsanwalt Düsseldorf [Chief Prosecutor, Düsseldorf], 213 VRS-3935/85.
36. Ezergailis Andrew, messages to EA (2000-2002)
37. Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, Inc., 29 2 2000, EA files, Letter to Edward Anders, File Nr. 1933/93.
38. Ende Frieda Hirschfeld, letters and personal communications to EA (2000-2004)
39. Berkay Paul, Personal communications (1999-2003)
40. Lowenson Jeffrey, personal communication to EA (2000)
41. Gludausis Viktors, fax of 22 3 2000. EA files.
42. Spencer Edith (Barkan Ida), personal communication, 27 3 2000
43. Schutzpolizei Libau, Reports. LVVA P-83-1-207
44. Hirschhorn Ella, personal communication to EA (2000)
45. Vestermanis Margers, letter to E Anders and personal communications, 2000-2005
46. Ish-Shalom Roza-Lea, personal communications to EA (2000-2002)
47. Viksma L., Liepajas ielas un laukumi [Streets and Squares of Liepaja], Liepajas vestures muzejs [Liepaja Historical Museum]; Liepaja, 1989, 5-27; 42-45., Latvian National Library: “Lettonika”.
48. Rosengarten Georgia, personal communications to EA (2000-2002)
49. Brilovitz Ruven, personal communication via Ella Barkan, April 2000
50. Zivcon Henni Friedländer, personal communications, 2000/01
51. Aronson Michael, personal communication, 30 4 2000
52. Schutzpolizei Libau report, December 1941
53. Kahn Shoshana, personal communication to EA (2002)
54. Erlich Riva Dorbjan, personal comm., May-July 2000
55. Schutzpolizei Libau, Report of the 1. Police Precinct, 16. 2. 1942, LVVA, P83-1-207, p. 112.
56. Jost U., International Tracing Service, Bad Arolsen, Germany, 26 4 2000, EA Files.
57. Antonczyk Krzysztof, Auschwitz Museum, “Transports,” 21 3 2000, EA files.
58. “Transport List Stutthof-Natzweiler,” 29 9 44, Panstwowe Muzeum Sztutowo, Poland, I-IIC-3.
59. “Transport List Stutthof to Polte-Magdeburg,” 3 11 44, Panstwowe Muzeum Sztutowo, Poland, Z-VI-2/9.
60. “Transport List Stutthof-Buchenwald,” 3 11 44, Panstwowe Muzeum Sztutowo, Poland, Z-VI-2/9.
61. “Transport List Riga-Stutthof,” 9 8 44, Panstwowe Muzeum Stutthof w Sztutowie, Sztutowo, Poland., I-IIB-10.
62. “Transport List Stutthof-Dachau,” 13 8 44, Panstwowe Muzeum Stutthof w Sztutowie, Sztutowo, Poland, Z-VI-4/7.
63. “Transport List Riga-Stutthof,” 1 10 44, Panstwowe Muzeum Stutthof w Sztutowie, Sztutowo, Poland, I-IIB-11.
64. Kacev Rachel, personal communication to Ella Barkan, May 2000.
65. Berger Sophia, personal communication to EA, May 2000
66. Kramer Alexandra S., “e-mail messages to EA,” 12 3 2000 and 4 5 2005, EA files.
67. Reichert Minna Westermann, personal comm. to EA, 6 2000
68. Blumenau Diana, letters to EA, 2000
69. Kregers M., Jansons K., Firmenregister der Handels- und Gewerbe-Unternehmungen der Stadt Libau, 1927.
70. Bernhardt Zvi, e-mails to EA (2000-05).
71. Roth Ita, personal communication to EA, 2000.
72. Ginsburg Manfred, 29 6 2000, EA files.
73. Ratgauz Evgenij M., letters to EA (2000-2001)
74. Weisbard Lea Brenner, personal communication to Ella Barkan, July 2000
75. Waldstein Evelyn, personal communications, 26 7 00.
76. Mordel Gabi, e-mail to EA. 3 8 2000
77. Strumpf Selda Blechman, letters to EA, 2000
78. Joffe Benjamin, Letters to EA, 2000-01.
79. Yad Vashem, “List of Holocaust Victims From Liepaja,” 28 7 2000.
80. Hasid Dvora Stein, personal communication to Ella Barkan, August 2000
81. Brodnitzky Olga Rogalin, personal communications to EA (2000-2002)
82. Caplan Judi Langer-Surnamer, e-mail to EA, 18 Aug 2000.
83. “Countryside” is ambiguous, may mean “fled”, “temporarily on farm”, or “killed”.
84. Harpak Ilana Rapiport, Letters to EA (2000)
85. Spisok gildeiskikh torgovykh u promyshlenikh predpriyatii g. Libave na 1901 g. [List of Members of the Merchants’ and Industrialists’ Guild, 1901], Izdanyie Libavskago Birzhevogo Komiteta [Publication of Liepaja Stock Exchange Committee].
86. Bogdanova Rita, messages to EA (2000-2007).
87. ““Karmannyj polsko-russkij i russko-polskij slovar’.” (Polish-Russian and Russian-Polish Pocket Dictionary),” I.N. Mitronova, G.V. Sinitsina, Moskva, Izdatelstvo ‘Russkij Jazyk’, 1983, 272.
88. ““Russko-evreyskij (idish) slovar’ “ (Russian-Jewish (Yiddish) Dictionary),” M.A.Shapiro, R.Y.Lerner, E.B.Lojcker, M.P.Majdanskij, Moskva, Izdatelstvo “Russkij Jazyk”, 1989, 218.
89. Feigerson Solomon, “Tragediya Liepayskikh yevreyev” [Tragedy of Liepaja Jews] (Riga: 2002). An edited English translation has appeared in E. Anders and J. Dubrovskis, “Jews in Liepaja, Latvia 1941-45 (Burlingame: Anders Press, 2001).
90. Quick S.S., letter to E.Anders, 2000.
91. Wybou Gitta Marjascha, message to EA, September 2000
92. Muzejs “Ebreji Latvija” [Museum “Jews in Latvia” = MEL], Oct 2000.
94. Savchenko V.P., “Semj ognennih dnej Liepaji: 23-29 ijuna 1941” [Seven Fiery Days of Liepaja], Riga: “Zinatne”, 1985, 115.
95. Latvijskie evreji-voini, pogibshije v borjbe s nacizmom 1941-1945. Kniga pamjati (Latvian Jewish soldiers, who fell in the fight with Nazism 1941-1945. Memorial Book), Arolovich Semjon, Riga, 1997.
96. Herschitz Hilel, messages to EA (2000-2002)
97. Letter by a Berlin attorney to Janis Liepinsh (September 2000).
98. Bans Vladimirs, letters and e-mail messages to EA (2000-2006).
99. Hollander Vita Ferber, e-mail to EA (2000)
100. Very little chance of survival in view of age, sex, and date when last known to have been alive. No evidence of survival.
101. Flaster Hedda Gutman, letter to EA (2000 and later)
102. Goldberger Gabriel (translator), “Witnesses Document Destruction of Vil’ani’s Jews,” Latvia SIG, 5 [1], pp.23–30, May 2001.
103. Davidova Sara, letter to EA (2000)
104. Chika Vilis, Gulbinsh Gunars, Latvijas sporta vesture, 1918-1944 [History of Latvian Sports, 1918-1944], Washington: 1970, 90-91.
105. Liepinsh Aivars, Boksa attistibas vesture Latvija [Development of Boxing in Latvia], Riga: Latvijas Sporta Akademija, 1991, 19.
106. Liepaja - Latvija: Baltijas juras perle: Zinas par Liepajas un apkartnes kulturalo un saimniecisko dzivi [Liepaja: Pearl of the Baltic. Information About Cultural and Economic Life], Liepaja, 1938.
107. “Kurzemes Vards,” 1941, Newspaper.
108. Kahn Shoshana, “Escape and Disguise,” in: Muted Voices, Gertrude Schneider, ed., New York: Philosophical Library, 1987, 221-230.
109. Joelsons Marcos and Shirley, “Descendants of Absig Wasserman,” 2000.
110. Child almost certainly killed, even if parents survived.
111. On parent’s, spouse’s, or child’s record (Census, House Book, Page of Testimony, Prisoner Record, etc.)
112. Kregers M., Jansons K., Firmenregister der Handels- und Gewerbe-Unternehmungen der Stadt Libau, 1925.
113. Vatere Eva Ieva, Ebreji-mediki Latvija (1918-1996) [Jewish Physicians in Latvia, 1918-1996], Riga, 1997.
115. Kurlaendischer Yachtklub Libau 1922-1932, Libau: Meyer, 1932.
116. Liepaja Voters’ List for 1906 Imperial Duma
117. Rubenis Mikelis, Latvijas futbola vesture [History of Latvian Soccer], Riga: Jana Seta, 2000, 422.
118. “These Names Accuse—Nominal List of Latvians Deported to Soviet Russia,” 2nd ed., The Latvian National Foundation, (Stockholm: 1982).
119. Mirman Boris, Letter to EA (2000)
120. Kregers M., Jansons A., Firmenregister der Handels- und Gewerbe-Unternehmungen der Stadt Libau, 1924.
121. Record Books of Liepaja Jewish Cemetery 1909-1941.
122. Saretzky Gary, e-mails to EA.(2001-2003)
123. Gordons Franks, Dienas un Nedienas [Days Good and Bad], Riga: 1999., [An English book containing some but not all of the same information is available at <http://www.latviansonline.com/downloads/dn000308gordon.pdf>].
124. Inferred from existence of wife and/or child(ren
125. Siljakovs K., Mana atbilde: Kada laikmeta memuari [My Reply: Memoirs of an Era], 1985, 2, 25.
126. Appears in Shkede execution pictures
127. Lishower A., messages to EA (2001)
128. “Persons who died in Liepaja in the second half of 1941,” LVVA/1308-15-173.
129. “Persons who were born in the second half of 1941 and in 1942,” LVVA/1308-15-166.
130. Kamer Cvia Martinson, phone communication to EA (2001)
131. Foss-Kant Pesia, communication to EA (2001)
132. Karshtedt Ilya, messages to EA (2001)
133. Fresco Nadine, messages to EA (2001)
134. Bloshteyn Pesya Veide, letters and phone calls (2001-2)
135. Bertelsen Lorraine, e-mail messages (2001)
136. Skutelsky Igor, personal communication to EA (2001)
137. Schwab George, “Destruction of a Family,” in: Muted Voices, Gertrude Schneider, ed., New York: Philosophical Library, 1987, 145-156.
138. Neys Shaja and Benjamin, personal communications (2001-2)
139. Getlan, Anne Jacobson, messages (2002/3). EA files
140. Fitleberg Gary, letters to EA (2001)
141. Michelson Max, messages to EA (2001)
142. Bregman, Mrs., communication to JD (2001)
143. Agmon Hugo, message to EA (2001)
144. Rosenberg Nicole, messages to EA (2001)
145. Shetrit Chanah, e-mails to EA (2001 and 2004)
146. Vestermanis Margers, “Retter im Lande der Handlanger [Rescuers in the Land of Accomplices],” Solidarität und Hilfe für Juden während der NS-Zeit [Solidarity and Aid for Jews in Nazi Times], W. Benz and J. Wetzel, Berlin: Metropol, 1998.
147. Aronshtam Leyb, personal communication to EA (2001)
148. Mizroch Dr. Olga, letter to EA (August 2001)
149. Solway Max, message to EA (2001)
150. Grosen Inge-Merete, letters to EA (2001-2002)
151. Hofmanis Joseph, personal communication to EA (2001)
152. Issahary David, messages to EA (2001)
153. Vestermanis Margers, “Pieteikums petijumam ‘Pretdarbiba holokaustam Latvija’ [Preview of Research ‘Opposition to Holocaust in Latvia’,” The Issues of the Holocaust Research in Latvia, Riga, Latvijas vestures instituts, 384-406, 2001.
154. Roze Leo, message to EA (10 2001)
155. Samuelson Yechezkel, personal comm. via Ella Barkan (2001)
156. Edelstein Riva, personal communication via Solomon Feigerson (2001)
157. Paulin Gladys Friedman, message to EA (2001)
158. Latvijas 1928. g. telefona abonentu saraksts [Latvia Phone Directory, 1928]
159. Jost U., International Tracing Service, letter to EA of 28 11 01 (File ALKoO/2001)
160. Neufeld Bella Lutrin, interview by Harry Hurwitz, 1999
161. Neufeld Bella Lutrin, as told to Solomon Feigerson (2001-2)
162. Alive before German occupation, not listed with wife or parent in July-August 1941
163. Hajat Grigori, communicated to EA via Solomon Feigerson (2002)
164. Samuelson Israel, via Ella Barkan (2001-2002)
165. Bunes Cvia, via Ella Barkan (2002)
166. Bermant Zelma Loish, via Ella Barkan (2002)
167. Phipps Rosie, messages (2002)
168. Pikielny Henryk, letters and mesages (2001-2002)
169. Yad Vashem, List of Holocaust Victims from Liepaja, 19 2 2002
170. Liepaja passport issuance books, cited by Irina Veinberga, J. Latvia SIG v.6 [4] 5, (2002)
171. Grubin Sam, message (2002)
172. Jankovics Juris, letter to EA (2001)
173. Himmelfarb Klara, phone conversation with EA (2002)
174. Aronson Ellen, letter to EA (2002)
175. Schmemann L. H., communications to EA (2002)
176. Vestermanis Margers, “Ortskommandantur Libau. Zwei Monate deutscher Besatzung im Sommer 1941 [Town Commandant’s Office. Two Months of German Occupation, Summer 1941]”, in: Hannes Heer and Klaus Naumann (ed.): Vernichtungskrieg. Verbrechen der Wehrmacht 1941–1944 [War of Extermination. Crimes of Wehrmacht, 1941–1945], (Hamburg: Hamburger Edition 1995), pp. 241–261.
177. Crook Rev. David, e-mail message (2002)
178. Schmahmann Ian, e-mail to Rosie Phipps (2002)
179. Jarre Marina Gersoni, e-mails to EA (2002)
180. Levin, Dov, “Jewish Resistance in the Baltic States, 1941-1945,” J. Latvia SIG, 6 [4], 9, 2002.
181. Ozolina Matilde, “Lists of victims submitted to Liepaja Extraordinary Commission,” 20 6 1945.
182. Names listed on monument in Liepaja Jewish cemetery. Yecheskel Samuelson, communicated to Ella Barkan (2002).
183. November 1943 is the probable death date for a mother and child who had survived until then
184. Editor’s guess
185. Vesterman Aaron, “Survival in a Libau Bunker,” in: Muted Voices, Gertrude Schneider, ed., New York: Philosophical Library, 1987, 157-168.
186. Hirschhorn Hessel, memo of 21 5 1990 (File III/114, Museum “Jews in Latvia”).
187. Rosen Fred, e-mails to EA (2002)
188. Spector-Cohen Elana, messages to EA
189. Engel Arnold, personal communication (2002)
190. Lebovits Fanny, personal communications (2003-5)
191. Linkimer Kalman, 19 Months in a Cellar: How 11 Jews Eluded Hitler's Henchmen. A Diary, 1944-1945, Tranlated from Yiddish by Rebecca Margolis, ed. Edward Anders, Publisher Museum “Jews in Latvia” (Riga, 2008).
192. Levin Dov, Pinkas Hakehillot Latvia v'Estonia (Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities in Latvia and Estonia), Jerusalem: Yad Vashem, 1988, 180-186, <http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/pinkas_latvia/lat_00170.html>.
193. Schmuskovits de Schuster Rivka, “Frieda Schwarz,” 26 Mar 2003, EA files.
194. Goldsmith Eleanor J., “Re: Rachel Sussman Jacobson,” 10 4 2003, EA files.
195. Sebba Dr. Sam, “Database Info,” 14 5 2003, EA files.
196. Nimerovsky Rosa, “Liepaja Jews,” 25 5 2003 and 31 1 2008, EA files.
197. Charny Wolfe, personal communication to EA (2003)
198. Breitz Ellen, personal communication (2003)
199. Vekhnis Mara, personal communication to EA (2003)
200. Vestermanis, Margers, Guide to the Collections of the Museum “Jews in Latvia”, Museum “Jews in Latvia”, 2, Riga, 2002.
201. Markuse Lea Goldinger, 26 6 2003.
202. Lurje Anna, “List of victims submitted to Liepaja Extraordinary Commission,” June 1945.
203. Dobrisch Berta, Report to Liepaja Extraordinary Commission, 13 6 1945.
204. Himmelfarb Judith, “Judites Himelfarbas Liecibas (Telaviva) [Testimony of Judith Himmelfarb, Tel Aviv, 1960],” The Issues of the Holocaust Research in Latvia, 3, 381-401, Latvian History Institute, Riga, 2003.
205. Stoch Mary, communication to EA, July 2003
206. Westermann Aharon, phone conversations with EA and Ella Barkan, (2003-2005)
207. Alite Israel: Memoir, recorded by Braina Tchernobrova, Riga, 28 5 1993. MEL III/923.
208. Hirschsohn Hermann, Autobiography, MEL III/2502a, 19 7 1961
209. Itrof Alexander, Autobiography, undated, MEL III/1287
210. Fleischmann Abraham, Autobiography (undated), MEL III/1347
211. Belsone Dzidra, Letter to Margers Vestermanis, 9 11 2000, MEL III/2807
212. Siwzon Henni Friedländer, III/1277, MEL.
213. Skutelsky Igor, 1994, III/1276, MEL.
214. Pavlova Fanny Genton, ca 1994, III/1293, MEL.
215. Brachmann Esther, 6 4 1992, III/204, MEL.
216. Sprogis Janis, 6 5 1992, III/296, MEL.
217. Tukmacheva Fortuna, ca 1994, III/1336, MEL.
218. Usiskin Zalman, e-mail messages to EA (2003)
219. Blumental (née Epstein), Masha, ca 1993, also notarized statement 26 8 91, III/1312, MEL.
220. Klavansky Isak, 1993, III/1766a, MEL.
221. Bercuvitz Judy, “Another name,” 15 10 03, EA.
222. Rabinowitsch Simeon Theodor, e-mail message 21 11 2003
223. Furmanis Mareks: Supplemental Records for Liepaja Jewish Cemetery (2003)
224. Pace Elly: e-mail (2003)
225. Yair Pheya, “Family,” 12 3 2004.
226. Finkelstein Rosalind, 8 4 2004, EA Files.
227. Yankelovich Miryam, e-mail message to EA, June 2004.
228. “Dokumentejot holokaustu: Shkeedes akcija [Documenting the Holocaust: The Shkeede Aktion],” Diena, Riga, 3 July 2004, 4, Newspaper.
229. Kahn Shoshana, phone call August 2004
230. Weisbard Lea, personal communication through Solomon Feigerson (2004)
231. Bobins Vladislav, as reported by Vladimir Ban (11 2004)
232. Carson Kit, e-mail message (2004)
233. Scheinker Arkadius, Letters to EA (2003-2005)
234. Melnick Michael, personal communication, (2005)
235. Neuburger Ephraim, personal communication (2005)
236. Jacobson David M., e-mail message (2005)
237. Yad Vashem Online Database (2005)
238. Fleischman Sara, as reported to Ella Barkan (4 2005)
239. Vater Ieva, letter to EA, 2005
240. Latvijas tirgotaju saraksts [List of Latvian Merchants] Riga: Finance Ministry (1936)
241. Crome, Peter: email messages, 9/2005.
242. Edelstein, Ruth, personal communication to Ella Barkan (2005)
243. Edelstein, Benjamin, Yad Vashem Page of Testimony.
244. Sachs, Robert: e-mail message and personal communication to EA, 2006
245. Jaunsleinis, Janis, diary (1941), pp 320-321. III/2503 MEL 8980.
246. Burija, Aina. “1942. gads Liepaajaa” [The Year 1942 in Liepaaja]. Kurzemnieks, 29 June 2002.
247. Hirshsons, Leo, “Re: Linkimer Diary,” 2 5 2006, EA files.
248. Shpungin, Abraham, So it was indeed (in Yiddish or Hebrew), 1994.
249. Kugler, Anita, e-mail message, 22 4 2001, “Gedenkbuch,” EA Files.
250. Saulite (born Klompus), Nina, notarized statement 26 8 1991
251. Marcus, Joanne e-mail 2006
252. Kramer, Ada (b. Lippmann), ~1989, 1.2.1.1, MEL.
“Meine Erinnerungen an die Juden meiner Heimatstadt Libau” [My memories of the Jews of my home town Liepaja].
253. E-Mail message from Pnina Steiner, 2007
254. Klavansky, Benjamin, communication to Vladimir Ban, October 2005.
255. Berens, Jack: email to EA (2007)
256. Floersheim, Eva, “email message to EA,” 29 Dec 2007.
257. Email message from Pegi Rappaport, 1 2008.
258. Mekuz, Ilya, email message to EA (2008)
259. Mau, Edward, Yad Vashem Page of Testimony (1989)

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