The Nizkor Project: Remembering the Holocaust (Shoah)

50 Years of Silence

History and Voices
of the Tragedy in Romania and Transnistria

Part One
Geographic and Historical Background

  • Romania
  • The Four Segments of Romanian Jewry
  • Anti-Jewish Decrees
  • Pogroms
  • Deportations from Bucovina, Bessarabia, The Dorohoi District and Other Areas in Romania
    • Who Was Deported?
    • How Was It Done?
  • Transnistria, the Giant Forgotten Cemetery
    • The Setting
    • The Ukrainian Jews
    • The Administration of Transnistria
    • The Odessa Massacres
    • At the Bug
    • Bogdanovca, Domanovca and Acmechetca Executions
  • Civil, Military, and Other Forces in Transnistria
  • The Fate of Roma (Gypsies)
  • Further Deportations Stalled and Halted
  • Underground Activity of the Halutz Youth Movements in Romania
  • The Fate of the Jews from Northern Transylvania
  • International Aspects of Jewish Emigration From and Through Romania 1938-1947
  • At the End of the War
  • The Return to Romania and Communism
  • Jewish Emigration and the Gentlemen's Agreement
  • The Unknown Killing Fields of Transnistria
  • The Current Situation in Romania
  • Anti-Semitism in Post-Communist Romania
  • Footnotes

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