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On November 21st 23rd educational seminar Research, organized by Sokhnut took place. Seminar provided for travelling by the steps of Jewish life in Dnipropetrovsk, Novomoskovsk and Kryvyi Rih.
Museum Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine and Tkuma Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies workers have joined the realization of the seminar program.
The tour included visiting museums and memorial places. Research of Dnipropetrovsk included a visit to Museum Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine and a tour around Jewish places. Both tours were held by Valentyn Rybalka, Research Associate of the Museum and Tkuma Institute. In Novomoskovsk the organizers had planned the commemoration ceremony and the visit to local museum. Valentyn Rybalka and Kostyantyn Meshko, Novomoskovsk Museum Worker and active participant of Tkuma Institute programs, described the history of Jews in Novomoskovsk. The last place for the researchers to visit was Kryvyi Rih. Svitlana Piddubna, Head of Regional Educational Programs of Tkuma Institute, held the tour around Mykhailo Marmer Museum. Moreover, the seminar participants have visited places of Jewish executions in Kryvyi Rih.


The seminar also included rich lecture program, as a part of which Dr. Oleksandra Leonova, Head of the Museum and Tkuma Institute Research Department, presented two reports. One report covered Jewish life in Ukraine before the Holocaust. And the other was dedicated to the history of Shoah in Ukraine. Film screening, discussion and interactive lessons were also planned as a part of the seminar.
The participants of the Research note that such seminars are very useful for revival of Jewish national identity and preserving of historical memory.
 

 
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GENEALOGICAL/FAMILY/SHTETTL INVESTIGATIONS INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:

 

- Jewish historical - cultural tours

- Investigation of Jewish ancestral places

- Escorted family tours

- Visits to sacral places

- Shtelttls finder and local liaison

- Tracing familys descents

- Archival records search, explanation and translation of the found documents

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