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Jaraczewo Province: Greater Poland (Wielkopolskie)
County: Jarocin (Jarociński)

In 1919 the German town of Jaratschewo was transferred to Poland as part of the Treaty of Versailles, and renamed Jaraczewo. During WWII, under German occupation, it was known as Obragrund.

General

Source Resource Language Comments
Official Town Web Site Jaraczewo
Polish
0
Wikipedia Jaraczewo
Polish
English
0

Genealogy

Source Resource Language Comments
JewishGen Communities Database Jaraczewo
English
0
JewishGen Family Finder Jaraczewo
English
0

History

Source Resource Language Comments
Wirtualny Sztetl
(Virtual Shtetl)
Jaraczewo
Polish
English
0

Cemeteries

Source Resource Language Comments
IAJGS International Jewish Cemetery Project JARACZEWO: Lubelski
English
0
Lo Tishkach
(European Jewish Cemeteries Initiative)
Jaraczewo Jewish Cemetery
English
0
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