Delatyn, Galicia

1. Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms
U.S. Bureau of Mines. U.S. Department of the Interior. Second edition. 1996.
2. Encyclopedia Judaica
Keter Publishing; Jerusalem.
3. Illustrierter Fuehrer durch Galizien.
Helmut Scherer Verlag GmbH. Berlin. 1914. Reprint ISBN 3089433-004-3.
4. Illustrierter Fuehrer auf den kaiserlich koengl. oesterreischen Staatsbahnen.
( Illustrated Guide of the Imperial and Royal Austrian State Railways). 1914.
5. Jewish Cemetary Census
Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies. US Comm. No. UA08260101.
6. JewishGen ShtetlSeeker
7. Apenszlak, Jacob
The Black Book of Polish Jewry: An Account of the Martyrdom Polish Jewry Under the Nazi Occupation
Roy Publishers: American Federation for Polish Jews, Inc; New York : 1943
8. Buxton, David
The Wooden Churches of Eastern Europe
Cambridge University Press; Cambridge: 1981
pp. 117-118 (Fig. 166) Knyazhdvor (13.8 mi E) Hutsul church, (Fig. 160) floor plan of Delyatin & Nadvorna (7.5 mi NNW)
Hutsul churches; p.120 (Fig. 170, p. 121) Mikulichin (9.3 mi S): Hutsul bell tower; p. 389 (Fig. 304) Azial section of Gvozdets (7.8 mi NNW) synagogue.
9. Carmi, Israel
Nadvurnah: sefer 'edut ve-zikaron
Hotsa'at ha-irgunim shel yotse Nadvurnah be-Yisra'el uve-Artsot ha-berit: Tel Aviv; 1975
10. Czernin-Chudenitz, Franz, ed.
Der Dolomitenfreund: Mitteilungen fuer unsere Mitglieder und Freunde.
(Friends of the Dolomites: Notes for Members and Friends). Dolomitenfreunde; Vienna: Number III, 1997 (
Article mentions Delatyn during WWI
11. Dabrowska, Danuta; Wein, Abraham; & Weiss, Aharon, eds.
Pinkas Hakehillot (Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities): Poland - Vol. 2 Eastern Galicia
Yad VaShem; Jerusalem: 1980. Pages 158 - 160
12. Davies, Norman
G-d's Playground. A History of Poland. Vol. 2
Columbia Univ. Press; New York: 1982. (contains no Delatyn-specific references)
13. Eliach, Yaffa
Hasidic Tales of the Holocaust
Vintage Books; New York: 1982. pp. 10-13
14. Field, Joyce
"Treasure Found in Stanislau Rebbe's Home"; The Galitzianer
Gesher Galicia. Vol. 3, No. 4. Summer 1996. page 6.
15. Gilbert, Martin
The First World War
Henry Holt & Co.; New York: 1994
16. Gottleib, Scholom N.
Pinsk: 1912
17. Gotz, Aly
Der Holocaust
Der Spiegel Spiegel-Verlags. September 6, 1999.
18. Kann, Robert A.
A History of the Habsburg Empire 1526 - 1918
Univ. of California Press; Berkeley: 1974.
19. Kagan, Berl
Hebrew Subscription Lists
Ktav. New York: 1975
20. Karsel, G., et. al.
A city and the dead; Zablotow alive and destroyed Ir u-metim
Zablotow ha-melea ve-ha-hareva. Tel-Aviv Israel: 1949
21. Lindwer, Willie
Return to My Shtetl Delatyn
(film). Ergo Media; Teaneck, NJ: 1991
22. de Mildt, D.W.  and C.F. Rüter
Die westdeutschen Strafverfahren wegen nationalsozialistischer Tötungsverbrechen 1945-1997.
Eine systematische Verfahrensbeschreibung mit Karten und Registern
(The West German Criminal Procedures in Response to National Socialist Genocide Crimes 1945-1997.
A systematic procedural account with maps and tables.)
Justiz und NS-Verbrechen Series. Stiftung zur wissenschaftlichen Erforschung nationalsozialistischer Verbrechen
(Foundation for Scientific Research of National-Socialist Crimes)
University of Amsterdam. Amsterdam. 1998
23. Mokotoff, Gary and Sallyann Sack
Where Once We Walked
Avotaynu; Bergenfeld, N.J.
24. Pohl, Dieter
Nationalsozialistische Judenverfolgung in Ostgalizien 1941 - 1944.
(Nazi Persecution of Jews in East Galicia 1941 - 1944)
Oldenbourg. Munich: 1997.
25. Silk, Mitchell
"Yiddish Novel About Delatyn and Nadvorne" The Galitzianer
Gesher Galicia. Vol. 3, No. 4. Summer 1996. page 6.
26. Weiner, Miriam
Jewish Roots in Ukraine and Moldova. Pages From the Past and Archival Inventories
YIVO. New York: 1999
27. Wunder, Rabbi Meir
Meorei Galicia: Encyclopedia of Galician Rabbis and Scholars. Vol. 1 - 5
Jerusalem Institute for Commemoration of Galician Jewry. Jerusalem: 1978 - 1997

Hutsul references:

1. The Changeless Carpathians - Living Traditions of the Hutsul People.
The Ukrainian Museum
New York; 1995: pages 38
Bilingual catalog in Ukrainian and English.
2. Encyclopedia Britannica
Chicago; 1997. Volume 18: page 540
Map entitled "Primary European Ethnic Culture Areas". The only reference to the Hutsuls.
3. Kimmel, Eric A.
One Eye, Two Eyes, Three Eyes: A Hutzul Tale Retold
Holiday House: New York; 1996
A children's book.
4. Parajanov, Sergei
Shadows of Our Forgotten Ancestors
Soviet Union; 1964
Film on the Hutsuls, in the Hutsul dialect of Ukrainian. Parajanov (also spelled Paradjanov) was an Armenian;
his wife and son are Ukrainians. He was arrested and imprisoned for 5 years for making the film.
5. Rieger, Janusz A., editor
A Lexical Atlas of the Hutsul Dialects of the Ukrainian Language
Harvard Univ. Press: Cambridge; 1996
6. Suchy, Lida
Portrait of a Hutsul Village
National Geographic. Washington, D.C.: Vol. 192, No. 5; November 1997: pages 78-93
7. Vincenz, Stanislaw
On the high uplands: sagas, songs, tales, and legends of the Carpathians.
translated by H. C. Stevens.
Roy Pub.: New York; 1955
Selections from Na wysokiej poloninie. Hutsul folklore