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Alternate names: Ilok [Croa], Újlak [Hun], Illok [Ger], Uyluk [Turk], Serbian: Илок. 45°13' N, 19°23' E, 22 miles W of Novi Sad (Ujvidek) in Serbia. Easternmost town in Croatia.  [Febuary 2009]
Jewish Population: 1925/26- 320; 1931- 307; 1937/38- 310; 1947-15; 1994-0. See: Jewish Heritage Travel: A Guide to East-Central Europe by Ruth Ellen Gruber. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc, 1992. (Page 244)[1999]
  • Cemetery: established in 1869, the site still existed in 1994. [Land Registry: Folder No: ? Plot No.: 3866 & 3867] Synagogue was built in 1869, abandoned in 1941, and building sold in 1948. Building still exists in 1994. There were two separate Orthodox Jewish Communities until 1941. Source: Srdjan Matic, MD, 40 West 95th Street, Apt. 1-B, New York, NY 10025. (212) 222-7783. [1999]
  • Professional survey of cemetery. [February 2009]

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