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Friday, August 22, 2008

Ceska Lipa, Bohemian Town

Ceska Lipa.

Petr writes that Karel Mautner was sent to work there, his other relatives at Theresienstadt or Poland, he came back looking stronger, but had to go back. Pages 46,49-50.

Ceska Lipa is in Bohemia, read its history athttp://www.jewishgen.org/cemetery/e-europe/czech-c.html. This site describes all the Jewish cemeteries, towns' histories, present condition, much information. See Ceska Lipa (originated in 1th century) also at english.mucl.cz/. Here is a photo gallery. /www.pbase.com/ianm_au/cesky_lipa.

Bohemians in our culture? A different connotation and look at it here - ://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bohemianism. The concept came from Bohemia, part of the Czech Republic.

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