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    • 22/11/2020

      Еврейское кладбище г. Пермь, Россия

      Город Пермь находился за пределами черты оседлости. Поэтому евреи там появились в XIX веке. Община не имела отдельного некрополя, но, наряду с мусульманами и католиками имела участок на Егошихинском кладбище, которое местные жители также называют Старым кладбищем. Само кладбище основано в 17

    • 18/11/2020

      Евреи в г. Пермь, Россия

      Город Пермь основан в XVIII веке. Он находился за пределами черты оседлости, поэтому евреи здесь появлялись: Как заезжие купцы. Об этом упоминается в хозяйственном описании края начала XIX века, составленного Н.С. Поповым. С середины XIX века отдельным категориям евреев, в том ч

    • 12/11/2020

      Евреи в г. Мурафа, Винницкая обл., Украина

      Мурафа — село Шаргородского района Винницкой области Украины. Населенный пункт известен в источниках с XV века. Евреи по приглашению польских владельцев Мурафы Потоцких селились в населенном пункте с XVII века. Первое упоминание общины датировано 1647 годом. Долгое время считалась городком. Спуст

    • 12/11/2020

      Евреи в г. Наровля

      Наровля — центр одноименного района Гомельской области Беларуси. Статус города получил в 1971 году. Население в 2018 году составляло более 8 тыс. человек. О евреях в населенном пункте известно с XVIII века. В 1760-х здесь проживало 316 евреев мужского пола, которые платили налоги. В 1793 году

    • 07/11/2020

      Jews in Minsk

      In the 14th century, Jews migrated from Germany to the territory of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Then the first Jews were in Minsk at the invitation of the authorities. They were forbidden to own land, and they paid taxes in gold, and not in goods, like the rest of the population. In the 15th ce

    • 07/11/2020

      Кладбища г. Ташкент

      Ташкент — крупнейший среднеазиатский город по численности населения. В нем проживает более 2,6 млн человек. В городе несколько кладбищ. Большинство из них официально носят номера и имеют неофициальные названия от географических объектов, расположенных рядом. Так, старейшее кладбище города №1 в на

    • 05/11/2020

      Кладбище «Осовцы» г. Гомель

      Осовцы — гомельское кладбище, которое занимает 36 га территории. Официально захоронения на нем прекращены в 2009 году. Здесь нельзя выкупить или зарезервировать участок, но разрешены подзахоронения не более двух на одном участке. Трехместные захоронения требуют специального разрешения горисполкома.

    • 05/11/2020

      Засульский Яр (г. Лубны, Полтавская обл)

      Сохранились данные переписи 1939 года, согласно которым в Полтавской области проживало 46,9 тыс. евреев, а в Лубнах — 2,8 тыс., что составило около 5,9% евреев области. В составе городского населения Лубен евреи составляли 10% горожан. Известно, что накануне оккупации части лубенских евреев удало

    • 02/11/2020

      Ghetto in Volochysk, Khmelnytskyi region, Ukraine

      Volochysk is the center of the district of the same name in the Khmelnytskyi region of Ukraine. According to the data of 1939, just over 700 Jews lived here, who constituted 15% of the population. The city was occupied in July 1941. There is no information about the organized evacuation and the numb

    • 28/10/2020

      Jews in Tashkent, Uzbekistan

      Tashkent is one of the oldest cities in Central Asia. Known since the 2nd century BC. A special ethnolinguistic group was formed on the territory of Uzbekistan, which was named Bukharian Jews. The first mention of Jews in the city of Tashkent itself dates back to the first half of the 19th centur

    • 25/10/2020

      Vostochnoye cemetery in Minsk

      There are about two dozen cemeteries in Minsk. Some of them are cemeteries, which work on a limited basis. These include the Eastern cemetery. It is located in the area of ​​the Moskovskoye highway; therefore, it bears the unofficial name Moskovskoye. The area of ​​the necropolis is over 23 hectares

    • 21/10/2020

      Ghetto in Minsk

      According to the 1939 census, more than 70 thousand Jews lived in the city, who made up a third of the townspeople. With the outbreak of hostilities, the number of Jews increased due to refugees to 100 thousand. The city was occupied on June 28, 1941. In the first days after the capture of the ci

    • 13/10/2020

      Prudkovskoye cemetery, Gomel

      Jews have lived in Belarusian Gomel since the 16th century. Here Ukrainian Jews who fled from the Khmelnytsky pogroms found refuge. The city was one of the centers of the origin of Hasidism. According to 1989 data, 22.5 thousand Jews lived in Gomel. During the 1980s - 1990s, about 13.3 thousand Jews

    • 12/10/2020

      Ghetto in Vietka, Belarus

      According to data from 1939, less than 1,000 Jews lived in the city. It is known that with the outbreak of hostilities, 30 Jewish families were able to leave the village. It is unknown how many were drafted into the Red Army, but the Book of Memory says that 75 Jewish soldiers died on the fronts.

    • 11/10/2020

      Jewish cemeteries in Dnipro (Zapadnoye and Krasnopolskoe), Ukraine

      In Dnipro, a Jewish community existed since the beginning of the 19th century. It is known that the first Jewish cemetery was in the village of Novye Kaydaki, which eventually became part of the city of Yekaterinoslav. It was used as a city Jewish cemetery. Already at the end of the 1830s, the Jewis

    • 05/10/2020

      Jewish cemetery in Shargorod, Vinnytsia region, Ukraine

      Back in the late 1930s, Jews accounted for over 70% of the city's population. Two cemeteries have survived here. The remains of an old Jewish cemetery are located in the city center between the Kolbasnaya River and Mayakovskogo Street. No more than 20 gravestones remained from the cemetery. Some

    • 01/10/2020

      Ghetto in Zhlobin, Belarus

      After the war, the local authorities established an unspoken prohibition on the study of the Holocaust in Zhlobin. Therefore, enthusiasts began to restore the lists of the victims only during Perestroika. Fragmentary eyewitness information of the ghetto in the city have been preserved. It is know

    • 29/09/2020

      Ghetto in Mazyr, Belarus

      According to the 1939 census, 6.300 Jews lived in the city. They made up 36% of the local population. With the beginning of the war, Jews who were drafted into the ranks of the Red Army, as well as who belonged to the number of party functionaries and managers, were able to leave Mazyr. The Nazis

    • 24/09/2020

      Ghetto in Dnipro

      According to the 1939 census, 85.5 thousand Jews lived in Dnepropetrovsk. They accounted for 18% of local residents. In addition, the city was the center of the region's Jewishness. 65% of the region's Jews were concentrated there. Evacuation in the city was announced only on August 7, 1941. It w

    • 23/09/2020

      Ghetto in Shargorod

      On the eve of the war, Jews accounted for more than 70% of Shargorod's population. With the outbreak of hostilities, part of the male population of the city was drafted into the Red Army. Due to the rapid advance of the German troops, the evacuation was not carried out. By the time of the seizure of