An account of the Jewish community of Buczacz,
its history and society,
culminating in its destruction during the Holocaust.
Translated, Edited and Compiled
Norman Paterson School of International Affairs
Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada
Copyright © Martin Rudner, 1993. All rights reserved. Reproduction
with written permission from the author only.
Buczacz from its Foundations - The Early Jewish Presence
At the partition of Poland - Emancipation of the Economy - Religious
Patterns - Government and Social Institutions
"City of the Dead" - Pauperization of the Economy - Political Expressions
- The Kehila and the Community
The Soviet Invasion - The Nazi Conquest - The Slaughter of Buczacz Jewry
- Resistance and Heroism - The End of Buczacz Jewry