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Out of more than 400 Czech and Moravian Jewish cemeteries, around 70 were destroyed during the Nazi occupation and the post-war period.

More than 330 Jewish cemeteries and approximately 25 Jewish sections in municipal cemeteries have been preserved at least to a certain degree.

[May 2010] US Commission Overview Report "The Condition and Preservation of Czech Jewish Cemeteries", p 73, and history of the Jewish Community of Czech Republic (Bohemia, Moravia, Silesia.

[February 2009] CZECH REPUBLIC - THE JEWISH COMMUNITY Jewish Gen's Austria/Czech research [February 2009] Most Jewish communal structures were destroyed during Nazi occupation and the 40-year Communist regime or received only minimal care.

After November 1989, Jewish monuments are in the possession of the ten Jewish communities, or municipalities, societies, organizations or Protestant churches.

See details of restorations throughout the Czech Republic. Go to the "List of Cemeteries" and look for those that include the word "Zidovsky,"the Czech word for "Jewish." As an example, the Jewish burials for the town of Vamberk appear to have hundreds of entries, some dating back to the period before Jews had hereditary surnames.

Click on an individual and the exact date of death and sometimes the date of birth are displayed.

comparable site for Slovak burials with far fewer Jewish burials.

updated on February 19,2009: "Apart from a few exceptions, Jewish cemeteries are in the exclusive ownership of Jewish communities.

"Cemetery team battles elements to record Czech Jewish ancestors" by Pavla Kozakova notes that a prospective convert started a website to help people track their Czech Jewish ancestry.

"As part of this effort, Jaroslav Achab Haidler has combed dozens of Jewish cemeteries in the Czech regions of Bohemia and Moravia in order to compile a complete record of burial sites." An English translation is expected. Randol This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. [October 2002] Czech Heritage Action Initiative (CHAI) is working on the restoration of Jewish cemeteries in the Czech Republic.

Supposedly, 340 Jewish cemeteries exist in the Czech Republic. CHAI is a non-profit organization led by Lisa Feder of Deerfield, IL that works with the Czech Federation of Jewish Communities.

The Federation includes ten local Jewish communities in the Czech Republic.

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