one more please...

Discussion in 'Vocabulary & Translation Help' started by iamonthenet, Sep 5, 2007.

  1. iamonthenet

    iamonthenet Member

    I used an online translator and sent a response; now I got this back...

    Dobrý den,
    v príloze vám posílám seznam Zidu, kterí válku neprezili. On je problém
    temi seznamy, protoze jich existuje nekolik a lisí se. Ten nás byl
    hned po válce a my mu veríme. Seznam tech, kterí prezili nemám, ale
    jeden z
    nich je pan Fischl, který zije v Izraeli. Posílám vám na nej e-mail,
    se s ním znám a jiste vám rád pomuze.
    Preji hodne úspechu v pátrání. Smetanová

    Am I being asked to email for this information?
  2. Sova

    Sova Well-Known Member

    Good day,

    As an attachment, I am sending you a list of Jews, which didn't survive the war. There is a problem with such lists, because there are several and they differ. This (our) list was created immediately after the war, and we believe/trust it [is accurate]. We do not have a list of those who survived, but one of those (survivors) is Mr. Fischl, who lives in Israel. I am sending you his e-mail. I know him well, and he will certainly help you. I wish you much success in your inquiry.

  3. iamonthenet

    iamonthenet Member

    thanks SOVA

    at the top of the attachment it says:

    Tito Zide, puvodem z Horazdovic nebo v Horazdovichich usazeni, prisli za doby okupace o zivoty..

    I think this means: Lists of Jews born in and around Horazdovice that were captured during the occupation

    am I close?
  4. eso

    eso Well-Known Member

    ...that lost their lives during the occupation
  5. maxicek

    maxicek Member

    If you email the man in Israel, take out the "nospam" and the underscores before and after...people often do this to publicly available email addresses to foil spambots...

    Good luck!
  6. iamonthenet

    iamonthenet Member

    I put the "nospam" in there, for exactly that reason
  7. iamonthenet

    iamonthenet Member

    ARGH-- about 30 percent or so on that list were members of my extended family
  8. eso

    eso Well-Known Member

    I'm very sorry.
  9. iamonthenet

    iamonthenet Member

    Now I know why my grandmother didn't want to talk about things back in "the old country"

    Luckily I have found (long-lost) descendants of one of her sisters that also came to the its not a completely sad story

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