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 (09-010.52-F) -  Shelf Number: MDV 703

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Date: May 28, 2007

Participants: Miaskovskij, Moisei Izrailovich; Mukha, Vasili Demyanivich. Interviewed by Dov-Ber Kerler, Moisei Lemster.

Location recorded: Tomashpol', Vinnyts'ka Oblast', Ukraine

Language: Yiddish

Culture Group: Jews, Yiddish-speakers, Ukrainians

 Recording Content:   

Continuation of interview with Moisei Miaskovskij. (Part 2 of 2. See MDV 702) He lives in his father’s house, a 100 year old Jewish home with intact mezuzahs. He tells of his father’s wartime experiences under the Romanian occupation in Tomashpol’.

The interview team goes to Vasili Mukha (b. 1933) and talks to him in his doorway. Mukha talks about the beautiful Jewish girls who used to live in the town and how his uncle was a “real Jewish shoemaker”.

The tape then goes back to the farewell at Miaskovskij’s house.