Translation from Hebrew of: Yetomat maḥaneh rikuz Ṭransnisṭriyah.
Ukraine, Transnistria, Territory under German and Romanian occupation, 1941-1944
TRANSNISTRIA, geographical designation, referring to the area in the Ukraine situated between the Bug and Dniester rivers. The term is derived from the Romanian name for the Dniester (Nistru) and was coined after the occupation of the area by German and Romanian troops, in World War II. Before the war the area had a population of 3,400,000, but in the course of the occupation it was reduced to 2,250,000, as a result of the mobilization of men and of mass flights.
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