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Gates to Kupel's medical facility, 2009, Ворота на территорию Купельской больницы, 2009,

Gates to Kupel's medical facility, 2009,  Ворота на территорию Купельской больницы, 2009,

Gates to Kupel's medical facility, 2009. 

Ворота на территорию Купельской больницы, 2009.

Road sign before Kupel, 2009. Дорожный знак "Купель" на вьезде в село, 2009

Road sign before Kupel, 2009. Дорожный знак "Купель" на вьезде в село, 2009

Road sign before Kupel, 2009.

Дорожный знак "Купель" на вьезде в село, 2009

Hut in the cemetery, used to prepare dead for burial. Хата на кладбище, где мертвых готовили к погребению.

 Hut in the cemetery, used to prepare dead for burial. Хата на кладбище, где мертвых готовили к погребению.

 Hut in the cemetery, used to prepare dead for burial.

Хата на кладбище, где мертвых готовили к погребению. 2009.

Some gravestones on Kupel cemetery. Надгробия на еврейском кладбище в Купеле

Some gravestones on Kupel cemetery. Надгробия на еврейском кладбище в Купеле

Some gravestones on Kupel cemetery, 2009.

Надгробия на еврейском кладбище в Купеле. 2009 год

Sketch to Tsipa Rozen funeral photograph

Sketch to Tsipa Rozen funeral photograph

The following information is available about people in the photograph of Tsipa Rosen’s funeral. This photograph was taken on the second day of Pesach in 1924, in Kupel.

Visit to Kupel in 2009 by Shlomo Littman and his grandfather

I am a grandson of kupelians and I was in Kupel with my grandfather in 2009. There is my trip story     

 Gates to Kupel's medical facility

Shulem Kravets postcard to Chaim Beider, 1944

Shulem Kravets postcard to Chaim Beider, 1944

Shulem Kravets postcard to Chaim Beider, 1944. The only Jew survived describes his experience and horrow of his life under German occupation.

Statement of Yusepha Karlovna Kravets

Kupel's passport, page 11. 1964.  Страница 11 из паспорта села Купель, 1964

Statement of Yusepha Karlovna Kravets. Published in 1964 in an official document: Kupel's passport. There are pages 11 and 12 from this passport, on which Yusepha Kravets, Ukrainian woman, who married widowed chairman of Jewish kolkhoz Shulem Kravets before the war, described the shooting of her two little Jewish step-daughters in Kupel in 1942,

 

 

 

Mother of Udler's family, murderedin 1942 in Kupel. Name is unknown.

Mother of Udler's family, murderedin 1942 in Kupel. Name is unknown.

Mother of Udler's family, murderedin 1942 in Kupel. Name is unknown.

Kupel's passport, page 12, 1964. Страница 12 из паспорта села Купель, 1964.

Kupel's passport, page 12, 1964. Страница 12 из паспорта села Купель, 1964.

Kupel's passport, page 12. 1964 There is a continuition of description of the murder in 1942: two little Jewish girls, daughters of Shulem Kravets (chairman of Jewish kolkhoz) and step-daughters of Yusepha Kravets, were taken to the jewish cemetery and shooted to death by Ukrainian policeman in Kupel. Old woman on a picture is Yanina Malinovsky, Kupel's lifelong resident, who was 89 years old in 2005. She might still remember this killing as well as others.

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