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In Moldova, a synagogue with a terrible history is for sale on Holocaust Street

Only 17 out of 7,000 Jews remain in Edinets since WWII. Now, a defunct house of worship where 90 penitents were massacred is on the market By Julie Masis EDINETS, Moldova — In a small town in northern Moldova, a former synagogue is for sale on Holocaust Street. The building, where some 90 Jewish townsfolk were…

One Response to “In Moldova, a synagogue with a terrible history is for sale on Holocaust Street”

  1. My mother’s family, the Wainrober clan, was from this shtetl. They left in the 1920’s after signing a letter to the Romanian government promising never to return. The war time history is painful, For a stark recount of the events of the pogrom and the dark history of Yednitz, read this passage from the Yizkor book.

    http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Yedintsy/yed0749.html#page749

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