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Re: Harry Moskowitz and Eva Rose, Romania 1800s
Posted by: Bogdan Cacuci (ID *****6321) Date: February 03, 2008 at 14:06:57
In Reply to: Harry Moskowitz and Eva Rose, Romania 1800s by Montgomery Brooke of 4366

Hy.
The name Moskovits was recorded in the time of WWII in the town Oradea, in Romania. There were many families of jews called Moskovitz which were deported from Oradea to Auschwitz or other concetration camps. I think the Moskovitz family had very strong roots in Oradea. Today there is a building in Oradea ,called The Moskovitz pallace, i think it's named after the owner family. I think that today it's no longer lived by family descendants. I am from Oradea,and that's why i heard of that name.


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