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Solomon Avadic

Hebrew: שלום לייב Avadic
Death: Died in Bucharest, Romania
Cause of death: Killed in Action during the Battle of Bucharest - World War I
Place of Burial: Bucharest, Romania
Immediate Family:

Son of Natan Avadic and ? Avadic
Husband of Lucy (Lucia) Avadic
Father of Jean (Jeanetta) Mark; Julia Lerman; Mae Moskowitz; Avadic; Avadic and 1 other
Brother of Froike Avadic and Joseph Avadic

Managed by: Adam Robert Brown
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About Solomon Avadic

Jewish Cemetery Filantropia

Address: Bd. Ion Mihalache 91–93

Telephone: (21) 224.03.27

Open: Mon. – Fri 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.; Sun. 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.; Closed Sat.

“Evolutia artei funerare evreiesti din Cimitirul Filantropia – Bucuresti in secolele XIX-XX”

Gabriela Vasiliu, Centrul pentru Studierea Istoriei Evreilor din Romania, FCER – Romania

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Solomon Avadic's Timeline

November 2, 1906
Age 21
Caciules, Romania
December 15, 1907
Age 22
Pietra Neamt, Romania
- 1918
Age 29

World War I was a catastrophe for numerous members of our family, whether or not they served in the military. Our oral and documentary history reveal that many of our ancestral villages were burned to the ground, families were forced to flee their homelands as refugees, and many died from the worldwide flu epidemic enabled by wartime conditions.

Members of our family served in the military of both the Entente and the Central powers on all major fronts. Thus far we have documented family members in the US, British, Russian, Romanian, German and Austro-Hungarian armies and navies. Please email me if you are aware of other individuals who should be included.

We know of at least six relatives who died during the war, in the Battles of Tannenburg 1914, Ypres 1914, Isonzo 1915, Bucharest 1916, and Piave 1918, and in the prisoner of war camp at Neuhammer a Quais.

Age 30
Piatra-Neamț, Neamț, Moldavia, Romania
November 16, 1916
Age 31
Bucharest, Romania