The seventy-second film created by Bialystok native Tomek Wisniewski and made available at the cyber Museum of Family History is now available for viewing.
The name of the film is "The Synagogue of Gwozdziec" and is fifteen minutes long.
Gwozdziec was part of Poland between the two World Wars.
It was part of Galicia around the turn of the twentieth century.
After World War II, the name of the town was changed to Gvozdets and became part of the Soviet Union.
Today, the town is still called Gvozdets and is part of the Ukraine.
To see this film, please click here.