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FW: [ukraine] Ukrainian Telephone Directories Digitized by Library of Congress

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  • Max Heffler
    The Library of Congress recently placed online scans of five Ukrainian telephone directories: Kiev 1935, Voroshilovgrad (Luhansk) 1939, Sevastopol 1941, Odessa
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 17 6:44 PM
      The Library of Congress recently placed online scans of five Ukrainian
      telephone directories: Kiev 1935, Voroshilovgrad (Luhansk) 1939, Sevastopol
      1941, Odessa 1948, and Lviv 1949. To view, download, or for more
      information, visit http://www.loc.gov/rr/european/phoneua/uadigdir.html.
      The full text of these directories can be searched at
      http://genealogyindexer.org, either in the original Cyrillic or by entering
      a Latin script search term and using one of the automatic transliteration
      options ("Add Latin -> Cyrillic," which is the default, or "Only Latin ->
      Cyrillic"). Search results link to page scans on the Library of Congress'
      website.

      These are the only Ukrainian directories the Library of Congress has
      digitized, but their offline holdings are much larger. See
      http://www.loc.gov/rr/european/phoneua/uaphone.html for a list of more of
      their Ukrainian telephone directories (all post-WWII, except for the
      digitized Kiev, Voroshilovgrad, and Sevastopol).

      Logan Kleinwaks
      kleinwaks@...
      near Washington, D.C.
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