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The biggest Catalogue update!


What the Bolsheviks talked about for so long has come true! This is not a workers' and peasants' revolution, but the most ambitious update of our Catalog of Jewish burials in the past 14 years. At one time, graves in Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan and Lithuania have been added to the website. 16 cemeteries and memorials were uploaded at the same time - in total, more than 80 thousand names have been saved on the pages of our Catalog this year alone. One of the largest Jewish cemeteries in Ukraine in the city of ODESSA is already in our Catalog 
More than 2500 hours were spent on cataloging work, more than 1 terabyte of data was processed. Our employees have purposefully read every inscription and epitaph so that you can freely search our Catalog 
I would like to express my gratitude to each of those involved in this project for their help, hard work and full dedication.
A list of all cemeteries is available here 


A list of all the updated and newly added cemeteries is below:


Cemetery Osovtsy, Gomel (updated and added 90% of mixed sectors before 2000), work is still underway  



Third Jewish cemetery, Odessa  
Lists of war victims in Odessa  
Berkovetskoe cemetery, Kiev (partial lists with photos)  
New Jewish cemetery, Malin, Zhytomyr region  
Jewish cemetery, Romny, Sumy region. (partial lists with photos) 
List of those executed by the German invaders in the city of Fastov  
Old Jewish cemetery, Nova Ushytsia  
New Jewish cemetery, Nova Ushytsia 



Central cemetery, Samara (partial lists with photos)  
Severnoye cemetery, Ulyanovsk  
Old Jewish cemetery, Ulyanovsk  
Memorial to those killed in the Karkhov forest, Novozybkov  


Yugo-Zapadnoye cemetery, Bishkek (partial lists with photos)  


Jewish cemetery, Kaunas (partial lists with photos)