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 (09-010.14-F) -  Shelf Number: MDV 430

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Date: May 12, 2003

Participants: Shekhovich, Evgeniia Izrailovna. Interviewed by Dov-Ber Kerler, Jeffrey Veidlinger.

Location recorded: Drohobych, L'vivs'ka Oblast', Ukraine

Language: Yiddish, Russian, German

Culture Group: Jews, Yiddish-speakers, Ukrainians

 Recording Content:   

This recording is a continuation of a formal interview with Evgeniia Izrailovna Shekhovich. (Part 3 of 3. See MDV 428 and MDV 429)

00:00:00 Shekhovich talks about Jewish life today and discusses cultural terminology.
00:06:45 Shekhovich talks about her education. She studied at two different Polish schools, including a Polish secondary school for three years. Shekhovich then talks about her life in hiding during the war.
00:12:14 Shekhovich talks about her life after the war during Soviet rule.
00:14:35 Shekhovich answers dialectological questions from the AHEYM Yiddish questionnaire. Shekhovich also explains that she has mostly lived in a Ukrainian environment and speaks predominately Ukrainian. She then discusses religious customs, before responding to more dialectological questions.
00:50:08 End of Recording.