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Habsburg Bukowina. Boundaries shown are ca. 1914.


ARTICLE: Bucovina

(Ger., Bukowina), a historic region in Eastern Europe ); Mariana Hausleitner, Die Rumänisierung der Bukowina: Die Durchsetzung des nationalstaatlichen Anspruchs Grossrumäniens, 1918–1944 (Munich, 2001); Salomon Kassner, Die Juden in der Bukowina (Vienna, 1917); Nazionalnyi sklad naselennja

ARTICLE: German Literature

Bucovina (Ger., Bukowina) lay in the far northeastern corner of Cisleithania—today’s Romania—and had a long history of mixed populations, having been under the sovereignty of various kingdoms,

ARTICLE: Czernowitz Conference

on Yiddish language and its role in Jewish life was convened from 30 August to 4 September 1908 in Czernowitz, then capital of the Austrian crown province of Bukowina (now Chernivtsi in Ukraine). (

ARTICLE: Ruzhin Hasidic Dynasty

It continued to flourish in Sadagora (Sadegere; in Austrian Bukowina) and had many offshoots in Galicia and Romania. In the 1870s, this branch of Hasidism and its unique approach to the religious

ARTICLE: Josephinian Reforms

rule: one each in Trieste and Görz, 25 in Bohemia, 42 in Moravia (probably exaggerated), 23 in Hungary (certainly too low), and 93 (rising eventually to more than 120) in Galicia and Bukowina

ARTICLE: Ebner, Mayer

Josef Ebner, “Aus der Welt von gestern in der jüdischen Renaissance-Bewegung,” in Geschichte der Juden in der Bukowina, ed. Hugo Gold, vol. 2, pp. 125–132 (Tel Aviv, 1962); Manfred Reifer, Dr. (

ARTICLE: Vatra Dornei

, 2001); Pinkas ha-kehilot: Romanyah, vol. 2, pp. 458–460 (Jerusalem, 1980); H. Sternberg, “Dorna-Vatra, in Geschichte der Juden in der Bukowina, ed. Hugo Gold, vol. 2, pp. 82–84 (Tel Aviv, 1962).

ARTICLE: Câmpulung Moldovenesc

, pt. 2, pp. 289–290 (Bucharest, 2001); Chaim Gelber, “Kimpolung, in Geschichte der Juden in der Bukowina, ed. Hugo Gold, vol. 2, pp. 88–90 (Tel Aviv, 1962); Pinkas ha-kehilot: Romanyah, vol. 2, pp

ARTICLE: Rădăuţi

Romanyah, vol. 2, pp. 487–511 (Jerusalem, 1969–1980); Albert Wassermann, “Radautz, in Geschichte der Juden in der Bukowina, ed. Hugo Gold, vol. 2, pp. 92–96 (Tel Aviv, 1962). Town in northeastern

ARTICLE: Suceava

Jerusalem, 2002); Nathan Michael Gelber, Martin Hass, and Chaim Kupferberg, “Suczawa, in Geschichte der Juden in der Bukowina, ed. Hugo Gold, vol. 2, pp. 113–118 (Tel Aviv, 1961/62), English trans

ARTICLE: Siret

pp. 294–295; S. Last, Martin Pariser, and Jehuda Gil, “Sereth, in Geschichte der Juden in der Bukowina, ed. Hugo Gold, vol. 2, pp. 105–107 (Tel Aviv, 1962); Theodor Lavi, “Siret,” in Pinkas

ARTICLE: Chernivtsi

); Hermann Sternberg, “Zur Geschichte der Juden in Czernowitz,” in Geschichte der Juden in der Bukowina, ed. Hugo Gold, vol. 2, pp. 27–47 (Tel Aviv, 1962); Zvi Yavetz, Erinnerungen an Czernowitz: Wo

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