Seduva – Rozalimas

More from the Seduva Museum ceremony
The LP donated by film maker Saulius  Berzinis to the Seduva Museum

Mordechai Hershman

Mordechai Hershman – Wikipedia

Mordecai Hershman (1888–1940) was a Ukrainian-born American Jewish cantor (“hazzan”) and singer.

Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mordechai_Hershman

Vinyl Donation 

Video

Vinyl Donation

by Saulius Berzinis

Source: youtu.be/EDTmu6fHRmw

Cantor Mordechai Hershman sings Eilu Devurim

Cantor Mordechai Hershman sings Eilu Devurim

Mordechai Hershman (1888-1940) Mordecai Hershman was born in Chernigov and from an early age was an active participant in several synagogue choirs. His first…

Source: youtu.be/cnc59rdf4pY

 

Saulius Berzinis – filmmaker – Film Studio Kopa
With Laura, film producer and associate of Saulius
A week later in Vilnius with Saulius and Laura in Vilnius

 

After The Ceremony
At the restaurant after the ceremony

  

With the ambassadors of Finland, Great Britain and USA
On my way to Rozalimas

The Rozalimas Wooden Synagogue 

Rozalimas

Rozalimas – Wikipedia

Rozalimas is a small town in Šiauliai County in northern-central Lithuania. As of 2011 it had a population of 746.[1]

Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rozalimas

Two railway crossings, same train!

On  the way to Siauliai

The Lost Shtetl of Lithuania

My op-ed in the Australian Jewish News today

  

Wth Laima Ardaviciene and the students of Atzalynas High School Kedainiai
With Laima Ardaviciene and Edwin Glasenberg
With the ambassadors of Finland, Great Britain and the USA
With Milda Jakulyte and the ladies of the Lost Shtetl team
With Sergey Kanovich of the Lost Shtetl

The Australian Jewish News – AJN

The Australian Jewish News – AJN

AJN

Source: www.jewishnews.net.au

Seduva 17

My two previous visits were in 2015 and 2016

2015

Seduva Jewish Ceremonies

I was privileged to attend the Seduva Jewish Cemetery Restoration and the two Holocaust Memorial ceremonies. This is what Sergey Kanovich, who led the project, said at the first Holocaust Memorial …

Source: elirab.me/seduva-jewish-ceremonies/

2016

Seduva

My second visit to Seduva. The first was in May 2015 when the cemetery and two Holocaust memorials were dedicated and opened Click on the image to see the post:   The new Lost Shtetl memorial …

Source: elirab.me/seduva

 2017

The third Holocaust memorial site outside Seduva. I hadn’t previously visited this site.

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The cemetery

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Šeduva – Wikipedia

Šeduva ( pronunciation (help·info)) is a city in the Radviliškis district municipality, Lithuania. It is located 18 km (11 mi) east of Radviliškis.

Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Šeduva