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The Monument in Holon Cemetery המצבה בבית העלמין בחולון <ul><li>In Memory of  the martyrs of the city of  BUCZACZ   and vi...
3 4  Zoo m in  Buczacz 1  Zoo m out  Buczacz 2
Street map of Buchach 2001 compiled by Tom Wiess Tarhova
Town sign for Buchach in cyrillic  שם העיר בוצ ' אץ '  על שלט דרכים
Buczacz air scan The image was produced by combining 4 aerial photographs of Buchach. The 4 original photographs were take...
Fedor hill Swastika Klatka bridge Gimnazjalna Margulies  Bakery Sokol theater Basyliany cloister Legi field N To TernopiL ...
Buchach railway station Railroad Railroad bridge Kolejowa  street Strypa river w To Monasterzyska Potocki's castle  ruins ...
Buchach air scan April/1944 בוצ'אץ', צילום אוויר, אפריל/1944
The fortress (The Empty Castle)
The bridge on the way to the primary school and the “Sokol”
Fedor soccer field At the top of the Fedor hill there is a soccer field that adjoins the Christian cemetery which contains...
The Strypa river N S W E
The Strypa River as seen from the Gimnazjalna bridge
The Buchach Sokol Theater  תיאטרון סוקול בבוצ ' אץ '
הכנסיה הבאזילינית  The Basyliany cloister
Buchach is hilly. Here is a picture of the town as viewed from one of the hills. The twin-peaked building is the Basilian ...
The Ratusz then and today הרטוש בימים ההם ובזמן הזה
The Gimnazjalna The Sokol theater Girl's elementary school
 
Family ( Eber’s & Margaliot’s)  graves  in the Jewish cemetery of Buczacz To   Friedlander   &  Ebenstein  graves
 
Eber Chaim Eliezer Grave died in 11.2.1935 <ul><li>נפ ח '  אדר ראשון  </li></ul><ul><li>תרצה </li></ul><ul><li>איש זקן ויש...
Hebrew inscription
Rivka’s Eber bat Gedalia Grave died in 13.2.1934 <ul><li>פ &quot; נ אשה צנו '  מ '  פייגא </li></ul><ul><li>רבקה בר גדליה ...
הלנה ,  סבתי ,  נשענת על מצבת אמה ,  גולדה מרגלית . <ul><li>פנ </li></ul><ul><li>גאלדע מארגלית </li></ul><ul><li>בת חיים <...
Helena, my grandmother, leaning on her mother’s, Golda Margalit, grave <ul><li>Here lies burried </li></ul><ul><li>Golda M...
Friedlander Minzi & Shimon  <ul><li>נפטרה ח  </li></ul><ul><li>סיוון תרצד  </li></ul><ul><li>מינצי בת ר  </li></ul><ul><li...
Family (Friedlander & Ebenstein)  graves  in the Jewish cemetery of Buczacz To  Eber  &  Margaliot  graves
Hebrew inscription
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The front wall of the Great Synagogue One more picture
The back side of the grate Synagogue 1917
<ul><li>Back </li></ul>
Street map of Buchach 2001 compiled by Tom Wiess Tarhova
The Margaliot’s (the bakers from Buczacz) family tree My mother’s family tree
Mass grave holding 3635 martyrs who perished on 27 Shvat 5703 (February 2, 1943).   This picture was taken in 1945 after t...
 
Chaim the son of Gedalyahu Margaliot 1850-1916 <ul><li>נפטר כו '  אדר שני  </li></ul><ul><li>שנת תרע &quot; ו </li></ul><u...
בכפר הזה, בבית משפחת בבק, הגיע לסיומו הטראגי המאבק בין דוצ'ו לד&quot;ר זייפר.
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  1. 1. The Monument in Holon Cemetery המצבה בבית העלמין בחולון <ul><li>In Memory of the martyrs of the city of BUCZACZ and vicinity May they attain eternal rest and may their names never be forgotten </li></ul>
  2. 2. 3 4 Zoo m in Buczacz 1 Zoo m out Buczacz 2
  3. 3. Street map of Buchach 2001 compiled by Tom Wiess Tarhova
  4. 4. Town sign for Buchach in cyrillic שם העיר בוצ ' אץ ' על שלט דרכים
  5. 5. Buczacz air scan The image was produced by combining 4 aerial photographs of Buchach. The 4 original photographs were taken on April 15, 1944 by the German Air Force and were captured by the Allies. A more detailed history of Buchach during WWII is available from Martin Rudner and from sections of the Yizkor book for Buchach entitled Second Witness and Third Witness . Briefly, Buchach was occupied by German forces on July 7, 1941; liberated by Russian forces on March 23, 1944; recaptured in a counter attack by German forces on April 3, 1944; and finally liberated by Russian forces on July 21, 1944. These photos are probably reconnaissance photos taken in connection with the German counter attack. The image shown below was produced by combining the 4 digital files. The original photographs were taken at 4pm and the shadows of trees and houses suggest that north is up in the photograph. Compare this aerial photograph to the detailed map of Buchach . The S-shaped course of the Strypa river are clearly seen in both the map and the photograp. The aerial photographs were enlarged and image processed to reveal details of Buchach: The center of Buchach showing the bridges over the Strypa river, the Jewish cemetery, the Fedor hill, many landmarks, and a large swastika carved in the side of a cliff. The center of Buchach with annotations identifying many key sites in the town. The annotations were obtained largely through the efforts of former Buchach resident Etunia Bauer Katz (see her book in the Bibliography ) and her daughter Felice Katz plus Alexander Dunai and 5-6 Burchach residents who stopped to examine the aerial photographs and to identify sites. If anyone can identify any other sites please get in touch with Tom Weiss and the new sites will be added to the image. During the holocaust, thousands of Jews were shot at a number of sites in Buchach including: the Jewish cemetery, Fedor hill, and Legi field. (2) a detail of the swastika carved in the side of a cliff; (3) a detail of one of the bridges showing vehicles on the bridge and craters (from bombs?) along the edges of the river (4) a detail of the Jewish cemetery .
  6. 6. Fedor hill Swastika Klatka bridge Gimnazjalna Margulies Bakery Sokol theater Basyliany cloister Legi field N To TernopiL Soccer field Jewish Cemetery Kolejowa st. to the train station Girl's elementry school Ratusz Kusher Slaughter house Charny most (Black bridge) Grunwaldzka St. Police Court Torhova St. Fedor? Gimnazjalna? bridge Strypa Christian cemetery Die Groisse Shul Zyblikewicza St. Bridge Mass Grave Family Graves Zauderer's wood storage house Koscielna St.
  7. 7. Buchach railway station Railroad Railroad bridge Kolejowa street Strypa river w To Monasterzyska Potocki's castle ruins To Belzec Death Camp The village of Medvedevtsy where Ducho was killed at the Babak house in 1944
  8. 8. Buchach air scan April/1944 בוצ'אץ', צילום אוויר, אפריל/1944
  9. 9. The fortress (The Empty Castle)
  10. 10. The bridge on the way to the primary school and the “Sokol”
  11. 11. Fedor soccer field At the top of the Fedor hill there is a soccer field that adjoins the Christian cemetery which contains a memorial to Buchach citiznes in the army who died in WWII. Surprisingly, there are a few Jewish names in the list.
  12. 12. The Strypa river N S W E
  13. 13. The Strypa River as seen from the Gimnazjalna bridge
  14. 14. The Buchach Sokol Theater תיאטרון סוקול בבוצ ' אץ '
  15. 15. הכנסיה הבאזילינית The Basyliany cloister
  16. 16. Buchach is hilly. Here is a picture of the town as viewed from one of the hills. The twin-peaked building is the Basilian monastery. Zoom on the monastery
  17. 17. The Ratusz then and today הרטוש בימים ההם ובזמן הזה
  18. 18. The Gimnazjalna The Sokol theater Girl's elementary school
  19. 20. Family ( Eber’s & Margaliot’s) graves in the Jewish cemetery of Buczacz To Friedlander & Ebenstein graves
  20. 22. Eber Chaim Eliezer Grave died in 11.2.1935 <ul><li>נפ ח ' אדר ראשון </li></ul><ul><li>תרצה </li></ul><ul><li>איש זקן וישר מר </li></ul><ul><li>חיים אליעזר בר מאניס </li></ul><ul><li>משרידי הדור הישן </li></ul><ul><li>מנאמני ד ' ותורתו </li></ul><ul><li>ידו לא קפץ מאביון </li></ul><ul><li>ממשכימי וממעריבי </li></ul><ul><li>בית הכנסת נמנה </li></ul><ul><li>שיח ערב יצק לפני </li></ul><ul><li>קונו </li></ul><ul><li>תנצבה </li></ul>
  21. 23. Hebrew inscription
  22. 24. Rivka’s Eber bat Gedalia Grave died in 13.2.1934 <ul><li>פ &quot; נ אשה צנו ' מ ' פייגא </li></ul><ul><li>רבקה בר גדליה ז &quot; ל </li></ul><ul><li>נפ כח שבט תרצד </li></ul><ul><li>ואצלה בתה מ ' מלכה </li></ul><ul><li>בר חיים אליעזר נפט </li></ul><ul><li>כ תמוז תרפד </li></ul><ul><li>הבת גוועה בדמי ימיה </li></ul><ul><li>ותעזוב יתומה בנעוריה </li></ul><ul><li>באחריתה האם האומללה </li></ul><ul><li>יסורים ומכאובים סבלה </li></ul><ul><li>תנצבה </li></ul>
  23. 25. הלנה , סבתי , נשענת על מצבת אמה , גולדה מרגלית . <ul><li>פנ </li></ul><ul><li>גאלדע מארגלית </li></ul><ul><li>בת חיים </li></ul><ul><li>עליעזער עבער </li></ul><ul><li>נפט יב תמוז </li></ul><ul><li>תרצה תנצבה </li></ul>English inscription
  24. 26. Helena, my grandmother, leaning on her mother’s, Golda Margalit, grave <ul><li>Here lies burried </li></ul><ul><li>Golda Margalit </li></ul><ul><li>The daughter of Chaim </li></ul><ul><li>Eliezer Eber </li></ul><ul><li>Died 12 Tamuz 5695 </li></ul><ul><li>(13.7.1935) </li></ul><ul><li>May her soul be bound in life </li></ul>
  25. 27. Friedlander Minzi & Shimon <ul><li>נפטרה ח </li></ul><ul><li>סיוון תרצד </li></ul><ul><li>מינצי בת ר </li></ul><ul><li>שמואל </li></ul><ul><li>זיינוויל זל </li></ul><ul><li>מנוחת אשה </li></ul><ul><li>ישרה </li></ul><ul><li>עטרת בעלה </li></ul><ul><li>ואם יקרה </li></ul><ul><li>בקרה חולים </li></ul><ul><li>ועשתה צדקה </li></ul><ul><li>ת נ צ ב ה </li></ul><ul><li>בעלה בצדה </li></ul><ul><li>שמעון </li></ul><ul><li>בר צבי זל </li></ul><ul><li>איש ישר </li></ul><ul><li>זקן ושבע </li></ul><ul><li>ימים </li></ul><ul><li>נהנה מיגיע </li></ul><ul><li>כפיו </li></ul><ul><li>ת נ צ ב ה </li></ul>22.5.1934 >6/1941 To Family graves
  26. 28. Family (Friedlander & Ebenstein) graves in the Jewish cemetery of Buczacz To Eber & Margaliot graves
  27. 29. Hebrew inscription
  28. 37. The front wall of the Great Synagogue One more picture
  29. 38. The back side of the grate Synagogue 1917
  30. 39. <ul><li>Back </li></ul>
  31. 40. Street map of Buchach 2001 compiled by Tom Wiess Tarhova
  32. 41. The Margaliot’s (the bakers from Buczacz) family tree My mother’s family tree
  33. 42. Mass grave holding 3635 martyrs who perished on 27 Shvat 5703 (February 2, 1943). This picture was taken in 1945 after the war on the Bashta Can anyone point this location today?
  34. 44. Chaim the son of Gedalyahu Margaliot 1850-1916 <ul><li>נפטר כו ' אדר שני </li></ul><ul><li>שנת תרע &quot; ו </li></ul><ul><li>פה ישכב אף ינוח </li></ul><ul><li>איש ישר ושפל רוח </li></ul><ul><li>גם בעושרו לא גבה לבו </li></ul><ul><li>ולא בקש תענוגים </li></ul><ul><li>ונהנה מיגיע כפיו </li></ul><ul><li>מר חיים בן גדליהו </li></ul><ul><li>ז &quot; ל ת . נ . צ . ב . ה </li></ul>To family graves To Family tree
  35. 45. בכפר הזה, בבית משפחת בבק, הגיע לסיומו הטראגי המאבק בין דוצ'ו לד&quot;ר זייפר.

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