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    • 18/01/2021

      Евреи в г. Новоград-Волынский, Украина

      Новоград-Волынский — районный центр в Житомирской области Украины. В летописях известен с 1256 года. До 1795 года назывался Звягель. О евреях в населенном пункте известно с 1488 года. Сохранился документ короля литовского Казимира Ягеллона о передаче на откуп трем евреям из Луцка корчмы и мыт.

    • 15/01/2021

      Кладбище Южное-1, Гомель

      Гомель — белорусский город, известный с XII века. По данным начала 2020 года в нем проживает более 0,5 млн человек. В городе более 20 кладбищ, из них лишь два действующие. Кладбище Южное 1, расположенное по улице Ильича, относится к полностью закрытым кладбищам. Здесь не разрешены захоронения и п

    • 04/01/2021

      Jewish cemetery in Chernigov, Ukraine

      As of 2016, there were 11 cemeteries in Chernigov. Only five of them worked. The Jewish cemetery is located on Lyubetskaya Street. It is considered the oldest surviving necropolis and the city's only confessional cemetery. The exact date of the foundation of the cemetery is unknown. It was establ

    • 04/01/2021

      Glukhovskoe cemetery, Noginsk, Russia

      Noginsk is a city in the Moscow region with a population of over 100 thousand people. Until 1930, it was called Bogorodsk. Glukhovskoe cemetery is the first suburban cemetery in the city. It originated on the eastern outskirts of the city behind the city's manufactures. It got its name from the v

    • 04/01/2021

      Holocaust in Malyn, Ukraine

      Malyn is a settlement in the Zhytomyr region of Ukraine. In 1939, Jews made up 32% of the population here. There were 3.6 thousand of them. The city was occupied a month after the start of the Nazi invasion on July 22, 1941. According to eyewitnesses, immediately after entering the settlement, a

    • 26/12/2020

      Jews in Malyn, Ukraine

      Malyn is a city of the Korostensky district of the Zhytomyr region. It is mentioned in sources since the 11th century. The name comes from the name of the prince of the Drevlians named Mal. According to another version, on behalf of the daughter of the ruler of Malusha. Malyn officially became the c

    • 26/12/2020

      Holocaust in Chernigov, Ukraine

      According to the 1939 census, 12.2 thousand Jews lived in Chernigov. They accounted for 17.7% of the townspeople. In August 1941, during the German offensive, the city was evacuated. It is known that before the railroad service was cut off, four trains with residents left the city. Then there was

    • 24/12/2020

      Ghetto in Berdychiv, Zhytomyr region, Ukraine

      According to the 1939 census, about 23.2 thousand Jews lived in the city, who accounted for 37.5% of the local population. In 1941, at the expense of refugees, the number of the Jewish population of Berdychiv, according to historians, increased to 25-26 thousand people. Уже 1 июля 1941 года в гор

    • 21/12/2020

      Jews in Chernigov, Ukraine

      Chernigov is a regional center in Ukraine. In written sources, it has been known since the 10th century in the list of lands that paid tribute to the Khazars. At the same time, the first Jews appeared in the city. The existence of the community has been known since the 11th century. Also in written

    • 16/12/2020

      Jewish cemetery in Berdychiv, Zhytomyr region, Ukraine

      Jews have lived in Berdychiv since the 18th century and by the end of the 19th century, they accounted for up to 80% of the population. There are two Jewish cemeteries in the city. The first arose at the end of the 16th-17th centuries and operated until the end of the 18th century. It was located on

    • 16/12/2020

      Jews in Berdychiv, Zhytomyr region, Ukraine

      Berdychiv is the center of the eponymous district of the Zhytomyr region of Ukraine. It is mentioned in written sources since the XIV century. In the inventory description of the owner of the city Fyodor Tyshkevich under 1593, a Jewish tenant of the mill is mentioned. Since 1712, it has been know

    • 08/12/2020

      Jewish cemetery in the village of Murafa, Vinnytsia region, Ukraine

      Murafa is a settlement in the Shargorod district of the Vinnitsa region of Ukraine, where Jews have lived since the 17th century. Back in the 1920s, about two thousand Jews lived here. In the post-war years, there was almost no Jewish population in the village. In the village, a Jewish cemetery h

    • 02/12/2020

      Ghetto in the urban village of Parichi,

      Ghetto in the urban village of Parichi, Svetlogorsk district, Gomel region, Belarus According to Soviet statistics, 1.8 thousand Jews lived in the village of Parichi in 1939. There is no data on how many Jews were drafted into the Red Army and how many managed to leave the village before the occu

    • 30/11/2020

      Гетто в с. Мурафа, Винницкая обл., Украина

      В 1920-х в Мурафе проживало чуть больше 1 тыс. евреев. С началом военных действий часть из них покинула село. Часть осталась, поскольку не поверила рассказам эвакуировавшихся о зверствах оккупантов. К тому же советская пропаганда сообщала об успехах Красной Армии на Винницком направлении. Летом 1

    • 30/11/2020

      Евреи в ПГТ Паричи, Гомельская обл., Беларусь

      Паричи — поселок городского типа в Светлогорском районе Гомельской области Беларуси. Впервые упоминается в письменных источниках под 1639 годом. Тогда в Паричах проживали 239 евреев. С 1793 года под контролем Российской империи. С 1797 года Паричами владел адмирал П. Пущин. К середине XIX века де

    • 30/11/2020

      Еврейский Здолбунов

      Здолбунов — город в Ровенской области. Впервые упоминается в письменных источниках XV века как один из населенных пунктов, подаренных Великим князем Литвы Константину Острожскому. О наличии в городе евреев известно лишь после 1569 года, когда город в результате Люблинской унии сталь частью Речи Посп

    • 22/11/2020

      Jewish cemetery, Perm, Russia

      The city of Perm was outside the Pale of Settlement. Therefore, Jews appeared there in the 19th century. The community did not have a separate necropolis, but, along with Muslims and Catholics, had a site at the Yegoshikhinskoye cemetery, which the locals also call the Old Cemetery. The cemetery

    • 18/11/2020

      Jews in Perm, Russia

      The city of Perm was founded in the 18th century. It was outside the Pale of Settlement, so Jews appeared here: As visiting merchants. This is mentioned in the economic description of the region at the beginning of the 19th century, compiled by N.S. Popov. From the middle of the 19th cent

    • 12/11/2020

      Jews in Murafa, Vinnytsia region, Ukraine

      Murafa is a village in Shargorod district of Vinnitsa region of Ukraine. The settlement has been known in sources since the 15th century. Jews, at the invitation of Potocki, the Polish owners of Murafa, settled in the village since the 17th century. The community was first mentioned in 1647. For a l

    • 12/11/2020

      Jews in Naroulia

      Naroulia is the center of the eponymous district of the Gomel region of Belarus. Received city status in 1971. The population in 2018 was more than 8 thousand people. The Jews in the village have been known since the 18th century. In the 1760s, 316 male Jews lived here, who paid taxes. In 1793