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Coat of arms of Gmina SzczuczynAlternate names: Szczuczyn [Pol], Shtutzin, שצוצין [Yid], Shchuchin, Щучин [Rus], Szczuczyn Białostocki, Szczuczyn (Białystok). 53°34' N, 22°18' E, 46 miles NW of Białystok; 28 miles NNE of Łomża. This is not Shchuchyn, Belarus, also called 'Szczuczyn, Poland' between the wars. Yizkor: Hurban kehilat Shtsutsin, (Tel Aviv, 1954). Gmina Szczuczyn is an urban-rural administrative district in Grajewo powiat, Podlaskie Voivodeship in NE Poland with its seat in the town of Szczuczyn, 15 km (9 mi) SW of Grajewo and 77 km (48 mi) NW of the regional capital Białystok. The 2006 total population was 6,675 (with the population of Szczuczyn 3,564). cemetery photos. [July 2009]

history, photographs, and a map. [March 2007]

yizkor: From the Inferno Back to Life (Szczuczyn, Poland) Translation of Mihatofet bechazara lechayim written by Itzhak Wertman

US Commission No. POCE000027: In Tarnow. The US Commission is not finished rechecking this file. [2000]

53°34' 22°18'. 12.2 miles NNW of Radzilow. Currently in Podlaskie Province, Grajewski District. is the website created by Jose Gutstein at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . This town should not be confused with Szczuczyn, Belarus (former Lida uezd, Vilna guberniya, and Grodno guberniya and Poland during the interwar period.) [april 2002]

BOOK: Gruber, Ruth Ellen. Jewish Heritage Travel A Guide to East-Central Europe. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1992. p. 78


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