Polesie region (until 1939 Poland)

PLACE COORDINATES MURDER SITE EVENT
WYSOCK, STOLIN COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 51.7348957857863
LONG. - 26.6437339782715
LACHWA, LUNINIEC COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND

The Lachwa Fish Farm

ANTOPOL, KOBRYN COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND LAT. - 52.2030830808198
LONG. - 24.7891044616699
ANTOPOL AREA, Pervomayskoye, cemetery
BEREZA KARTUSKA, PRUZANA COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.5320962593843
LONG. - 24.9810218811035
BRONNA GORA AREA In April 1942 two ghettos were established in Bereza Kartuska. Ghetto A held professionals and people who could work; Ghetto B was intended for the other Jews. In the summer of 1942 (different sources give different dates) 3,200 (max. 4,000) Ghetto B Jews were shot to death in Bronna Gora by Germans with the assistance of local police.
BRZESC NAD BUGIEM, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT ,POLAND
LAT. - 52.0998623752506
LONG. - 23.7023162841797
BRONNA GORA AREA
ANTOPOL, KOBRYN COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.2030830808198
LONG. - 24.7891044616699
BRONNA GORA AREA
At the end of July 1942 about 1,100 weak Jews (women and old people) from the Antopol ghetto were collected, supposedly for light work. They were taken to the local train station and from there by train to the Bronna Gora area. With one exception all of them were shot to death in the forest and buried in pits. One wounded woman succeeded in escaping and returning to Antopol.
BRZESC NAD BUGIEM, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT ,POLAND LAT. - 52.0998623752506
LONG. - 23.7023162841797
BRZESC NAD BUGIEM, city In the fall of 1942 Jews from Brzesc nad Bugiem were shot to death in the city by Germans. The mass shootings took place at three locations in the ghetto:the Jewish cemetery located at the corner of Moskovskaya and Dolgaya Streets,the courtyard of the house at No.126 Moskovskaya Street, and the Jewish hospital. Jews were also murdered in the old-age home, in the orphanage, and right on the streets of the city.
BRZESC NAD BUGIEM, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT ,POLAND LAT. - 52.0998623752506
LONG. - 23.7023162841797
BRZESC NAD BUGIEM, hospital In the fall of 1942 Jews from Brzesc nad Bugiem were shot to death in the city by Germans. The mass shootings took place at three locations in the ghetto:the Jewish cemetery located at the corner of Moskovskaya and Dolgaya streets,the courtyard of the house at No.126 Moskovskaya Street, and the Jewish hospital. Jews were also murdered in the old-age home, in the orphanage, and right on the streets of the city.
BRZESC NAD BUGIEM, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT ,POLAND
LAT. - 52.0998623752506
LONG. - 23.7023162841797
BRZESC NAD BUGIEM, Jewish cemetery








In the fall of 1942 Jews from Brzesc nad Bugiem were shot to death in the city by Germans. The mass shootings took place at three locations in the ghetto:the Jewish cemetery located at the corner of Moskovskaya and Dolgaya Streets,the courtyard of the house at No.126 Moskovskaya Street, and the Jewish hospital. Jews were also murdered in the old-age home, in the orphanage, and right on the streets of the city.
BRZESC NAD BUGIEM, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT ,POLAND LAT. - 52.0998623752506
LONG. - 23.7023162841797
BRZESC NAD BUGIEM, old-age home In the fall of 1942 Jews from Brzesc nad Bugiem were shot to death in the city by Germans. The mass shootings took place at three locations in the ghetto:the Jewish cemetery located at the corner of Moskovskaya and Dolgaya Streets,the courtyard of the house at No.126 Moskovskaya Street, and the Jewish hospital. Jews were also murdered in the old-age home, in the orphanage, and right on the streets of the city.
BRZESC NAD BUGIEM, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT ,POLAND LAT. - 52.0998623752506
LONG. - 23.7023162841797
BRZESC NAD BUGIEM, orphanage In the fall of 1942 Jews from Brzesc nad Bugiem were shot to death in the city by Germans. The mass shootings took place at three locations in the ghetto:the Jewish cemetery located at the corner of Moskovskaya and Dolgaya streets,the courtyard of the house at No.126 Moskovskaya Street, and the Jewish hospital. Jews were also murdered in the old-age home, in the orphanage, and right on the streets of the city.
BRZESC NAD BUGIEM, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT ,POLAND LAT. - 52.0998623752506
LONG. - 23.7023162841797
BRZESC NAD BUGIEM, street In the fall of 1942 Jews from Brzesc nad Bugiem were shot to death in the city by Germans. The mass shootings took place at three locations in the ghetto:the Jewish cemetery located at the corner of Moskovskaya and Dolgaya Streets,the courtyard of the house at No.126 Moskovskaya Street, and the Jewish hospital. Jews were also murdered in the old-age home, in the orphanage, and right on the streets of the city.
DOMACZEWO, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND

CZERNAWCZYCE, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 51.7500
LONG. - 23.6000


LAT. - 52.13
LONG. - 23.44
CZERNAWCZYCE AREA, Dichka, pasture
In October 1943 150 (max. 170) Domaczewo Jews who were deported to a small ghetto In Czernawczyce village and who had been paving roads in the area, were shot to death by Germans, with the assistance of local policemen, at the Dichka pasture near Czernawczyce village. Local residents took part in preparing the murder pits and in burying the bodies.
CZUCZEWICZE WIELKIE, LUNINIEC COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.5833
LONG. - 26.8667
CZUCZEWICZE WIELKIE AREA, ravine
In August 1941 about 50 Czuczewicze Wielke residents, 30 of them Jews, were shot to death by Germans in a ravine near the village.
PINSK, PINSK COUNTY,POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.1202094606541
LONG. - 26.0890960693359
DOBRA WOLA AREA, grove
DOBROSLAVKA, PINSK COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
DOBROSLAVKA AREA
In August 1943 8 villagers, including Jews, were caught in Dobroslavka by members of a German murder squad and shot to death outside the village.
DOMACZEWO, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 51.7500
LONG. - 23.6000
DOMACZEWO AREA, Bug, river bank
On June 25, 1941 about 30 Domaczewo Jewish men, including community leaders and members of the intelligentsia, were forced to bring food and valuables that the Germans had confiscated from the townspeople to the west bank of the Bug River. Then these men were shot to death by the Germans on the riverbank.
DOMACZEWO, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 51.7500
LONG. - 23.6000
DOMACZEWO AREA, forest
On September 20, 1942 Germans, with the assistance of Ukrainian policemen, liquidated the ghetto in the town of Domaszewo. Jewish men were forced to dig pits near the forest, about 500 meters south of the town where, in the course of one day, 2,700 (max. 2,800) Jews were shot to death. Testimonies refer to a number of escape attempts, only a few of which succeeded.
DOMACZEWO, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 51.7500
LONG. - 23.6000
DOMACZEWO, town
On June 23, 1942 7 Domaczewo Jewish men (including 3 brothers) were shot to death near their homes by Germans. Then the Germans forced the father of the three brothers to bury the victims.
DROHICZYN, DROHICZYN POLESKI COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.186916
LONG. - 25.151694
DROHICZYN, city
DYWIN, KOBRYN COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND

DOROPIEJEWICZE, KOBRYN COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 51.96
LONG. - 24.58

DYWIN, town On August 12-13, 1942 1,000 (max. 1,450) Jews (along with some Poles) from Dywin, Doropiejewicze, and the surrounding villages who were deported to the Dywin ghetto were separated into groups of men and women and, then, shot to death by Germans near the ghetto carpentry shop in the town. Local residents participated in preparing the murder pits and burying the bodies.
HANCEWICZE, LUNINIEC COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND

WARSAW, WARSAW COUNTY, WARSAW DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.7583210042621
LONG. - 26.429328918457

LAT. - 52.234528294213646
LONG. - 21.005859375
HANCEWICZE AREA
In 1942 about 100 Jewish refugees from Warsaw and two local two Jewish families were shot to death near Hancewicze.
HANCEWICZE, LUNINIEC COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.7583210042621
LONG. - 26.429328918457
HANCEWICZE AREA, forest
At the beginning of July 1941, shortly after the town was occupied, 300 (max. 350) Hancewicze Jewish men were taken by Germans to a location in the forest (3 kilometers from the town in the direction of Chotynicze village), shot to death, and buried there.
HANCEWICZE, LUNINIEC COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.7583210042621
LONG. - 26.429328918457
HANCEWICZE, town
At the beginning of July 1941, shortly after the first murder operation, 600 (max. 1,000) Jewish men who remained in Hancewicze were shot to death by Germans in the town's old market. Local residents were ordered to bury the bodies. Different witnesses reported various estimates of the number of victims.
HANCEWICZE, LUNINIEC COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.7583210042621
LONG. - 26.429328918457
HANCEWICZE, town
In July 1941 100 (max. 500) Jewish women and children of Hancewicze were shot to death by Germans. Local residents were ordered to bury the bodies.
MOKRA DABROWA, PINSK COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.51
LONG. - 26.04
HANCEWICZE, village
In July 1943 5 Jews were found in Mokra Dabrowa village and shot to death by Germans near Hancewicze village.
POHOST ZAHORODNY, PINSK COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.19
LONG. - 26.21
KAMEN, village On August 10, 1941 a group of 100 (max. 150) Pohost Zahorodny Jews were taken from the local ghetto to Kamen village, shot to death by Germans at pits there, and buried by local residents.
KAMIEN KOSZYRSKI, KAMIEN KOSZYRSKI COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 51.6295262446738
LONG. - 24.9623107910156
KAMIEN KOSZYRSKI, Jewish cemetery
KAMIENIEC LITEWSKI, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND LAT. - 52.4001146962316
LONG. - 23.8229942321777
KAMIENIEC LITEWSKI AREA, fields
In July 1941, shortly after the Germans occupied Kamieniec Litewski, about 100 (max. 108) Jewish men were shot to death by Germans in a field of Muriny.
KAMIENIEC LITEWSKI, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.4001146962316
LONG. - 23.8229942321777
KAMIENIEC LITEWSKI AREA, Rovets, farmstead
In late May - early June 1942 140 Jews from the Kamieniec Litewski ghetto were shot to death by Germans, with the assistance of local policemen, on the Rovets farmstead near Velikie Muriny village.
KOSOW, IWACEWICZE COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.7500
LONG. - 25.1500
KOSOW, castle
PINSK, PINSK COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.1202094606541
LONG. - 26.0890960693359
KOZLAKOWICZE, village
In the summer of 1942 about 40 sick and weak Jews from the Pinsk ghetto were taken by Germans to pits near Kozlakowicze village, about 2 kilometers from Pinsk, and shot to death.
LAHISZYN, PINSK COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.336521
LONG. - 25.979525
LAHISZYN, town
In August 1941 555 Lahiszyn Jews were shot to death in groups of 5 by 50 members of a German murder squad who had entered the town. The Jews were buried in four locations in Lahiszyn.
LUBIESZOW, KAMIEN KOSZYRSKI COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 51.7657151865195
LONG. - 25.5160903930664
LUBIAZ AREA, river bank
In August 1941 25 (max. 30) Lubieszow Jews were sent to repair a bridge over the Pripyat River near Lubiaz village. On August 30, after they completed the work, they were shot to death on the river bank by Germans .

LUBIAZ, KAMIEN KOSZYRSKI COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 51.5
LONG. - 25.28
LUBIAZ, village On July 7-9, 1941, during a pogrom, 45 Jews from Lubieszow and Lubiaz were shot to death. Many others were beaten and had their property looted by Germans and local police.
LUBIESZOW, KAMIEN KOSZYRSKI COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND

SUDCZE, PINSK COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND

PNIOWNO, KAMIEN KOSZYRSKI COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND

MOROCZNO, PINSK COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND

CYR, KAMIEN KOSZYRSKI COUNTY, POLES
LAT. - 51.7657151865195
LONG. - 25.5160903930664

LAT. - 51.7341667
LONG. - 25.5833333




LAT. - 52.8666667
LONG. - 26.8666667

LAT. - 51.49
LONG. - 25.17
LUBIESZOW AREA

LUBIESZOW, town

SUDCZE AREA, forest
In February 1942 Jews from Sudcze, Pniowno, Moroczno, and Cyr villages were forced into a ghetto established in Lubieszow. On August 15, 1942, during the ghetto's liquidation, about 1,700 (max. 2,230) Jews were shot to death by Germans with the assistance of local policemen. 230 Jews managed to escape but later returned to the ghetto. There joined the 70 Jewish craftsmen who remained incarcerated there.
LUBIESZOW, KAMIEN KOSZYRSKI COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 51.7657151865195
LONG. - 25.5160903930664
LUBIESZOW, town
After the murder operation of August 15, 1942 70 Jewish craftsmen remained in the Lubieszow ghetto. Later, about 230 Jews who escaped the murder joined them. On the evening of November 29, 1942 300 Jews were arrested and imprisoned in the ghetto synagogue and, on the morning of November 30, were shot to death in the ghetto by Germans with the assistance of local policemen.
LUBIESZOW, KAMIEN KOSZYRSKI COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND

LAT. - 51.7657151865195
LONG. - 25.5160903930664

LUBIESZOW, town




On July 7-9, 1941, during a pogrom, 45 Jews from Lubieszow and Lubiaz were shot to death. Many others were beaten and had their property looted by Germans and local police.
LUNINIEC, LUNINIEC COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND LAT. - 52.2494543446352
LONG. - 26.7984008789063
LUNINIEC AREA, Mogula grove
At the beginning of August 1941 1,312 Luniniec Jewish men were taken with work tools to the Mogula grove, where they were ordered to dig pits. That is where some Jews who physically resisted the Germans during a murder operation were shot and buried.
LUNINIEC, LUNINIEC COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND LAT. - 52.2494543446352
LONG. - 26.7984008789063
LUNINIEC, Borovshchina grove
On September 4, 1942, 2,932 Jews from the Luniniec ghetto were taken under guard to the Borovshchina grove and shot to death by Germans in pits that had been prepared ahead of time.
LYSZCZYCE, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LYSZCZYCE AREA, Kurilovo, lakeshore
In September 1942 756 residents, including Jews, of Lyszczyce and surrounding villages were shot to death in the course of 15-20 days, at the Kurilovo lakeshore near the Lyszczyce train station, by a murder squad from Brzesc nad Bugiem, with the assistance of local policemen .
CZERNAWCZYCE, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.13
LONG. - 23.44
MALAYA TURNA AREA In 1942 200 Jews from Czernawczyce and surrounding villages were taken by Germans, with the with assistance of local poplicemen, to Malaya Turna village and were shot to death nearby. Local residents took part in burying the bodies.
MALORYTA, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND

RADZIEZ, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND

LACHOWCE, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND

ZAMSZANY, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND

WIELKORYTA, BRZESC BUGIE
LAT. - 51.7914173508407
LONG. - 24.0796279907227













LAT. - 52.198497
LONG. - 24.009707


MALORYTA, hill
On September 1941 a ghetto was/had been established in Maloryta and Jews were brought there from nearby villages ( Radziez, Lachowce, Zamszany, and Welkoryta) and Zabinka town. Sources give different figures for the number of Jews in the ghetto as of mid-summer 1942. On July 7-8 1942 900 (max. 2,500) Jews from Maloryta and the adjacent area were shot to death by Germans and local policemen in the Jewish cemetery outside the town.
MOROCZNA WIELKA, PINSK COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 51.5
LONG. - 25.54
MOROCZNA WIELKA, town
In August 1942 542 Moroczna Wielka Jews were shot to death in pits near the town by SD units and Ukrainian policemen who came from Brzesc nad Bugiem.
<>,BRZESC NAD BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.098241
LONG. - 23.6842619
MOTYKALY, cemetery
In the fall of 1943 200 (max. 500) Brzesc nad Bugiem area Jews who had evidently escaped from the ghetto were shot to death by Germans with the assistance of local policemen. According to testimonies, the Jews were caught by policemen, held in the police station, and then killed in groups of 2-20 people at the cemetery near Motykaly village. Local residents took part in the preparation of the graves and the burial of the bodies.
WYSOKIE LITEWSKIE, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.3725075784637
LONG. - 23.3655166625977
OGORODNIKI AREA, Peschany Forest
DAWIDGRODEK, LUNINIEC COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND LAT. - 52.05607941694
LONG. - 27.213134765625
OLSZANY AREA - between Olszany village and the Finovsk farm
In June-July 1941, during a murder operation that lasted three days, 1,000 (max. 1,250) Olszany Jews were taken at night in groups to pits between Olszany village and the Finovsk farm, where they were shot to death by Germans. The perpetrators abused the victims and looted their possessions; they raped the women.
MOTOL, DROHICZYN POLESKI COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.3166667
LONG. - 25.6
OSOWNICA AREA, field
PINSK, PINSK COUNTY,POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND LAT. - 52.1202094606541
LONG. - 26.0890960693359
PINSK, Karlinskoye, Jewish cemetery
PINSK, PINSK COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.1202094606541
LONG. - 26.0890960693359
PINSK, Litovskaya Street On July 5, 1941, the second day after German troops entered Pinsk, about 15 Jewish men were rounded up and taken away, ostensibly for work. However, on the same day the Jews were shot to death, after being severely abused, by Germans in the Letovskaya Street area near the river.
POHOST ZAHORODNY, PINSK COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.19
LONG. - 26.21
POHOST ZAHORODNY AREA, Vyaz Mound According to various testimonies, in June or August 1943 the ghetto in Pohost Zahorodny was liquidated by Germans. 850 (max. 890) Jews from the ghetto were taken in groups of 5 to prepared pits near Vyaz Mound and shot to death by Germans.
POHOST ZARZECZNY ,PINSK COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND LAT. - 51.49
LONG. - 26.08
POHOST ZARZECZNY, town
In September 1942 140 Pohost Zarzeczny Jews were drowned in wells by Germans.
PINSK, PINSK COUNTY,POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND LAT. - 52.1202094606541
LONG. - 26.0890960693359
POSIENICZE, village

KOZLAKOWICZE, village

PUZICZE, LUNINIEC COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.32
LONG. - 27.15
PUZICZE AREA
In 1941, when the war began, five Jewish families (about 20 persons) living in Puzicz were shot to death by local policemen and buried outside the village.
JANOW, DROHICZYN POLESKI COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND LAT. - 52.1333333
LONG. - 25.5500
RUDSK AREA, forest

JANOW, town
SITNICA, LUNINIEC COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.16
LONG. - 27.19
SITNICA AREA
At the beginning of 1942 three Jewish families (11, max. 15, persons) from Sitnica were shot to death in their homes by Germans with the assistance of local policemen. Later they were buried outside the village.
BEREZA KARTUSKA, PRUZANA COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.5320962593843
LONG. - 24.9810218811035
SMOLYARKA AREA, road In October 1942 1,000 (max. 3,000) Ghetto A Jews, together with Communists and NKVD members, were shot to death by Germans, with the assistance of local policemen, on a road near Smolyarka village. Local residents took part in preparing the murder pits and burying the bodies.
STOLIN, STOLIN COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 51.8910074271879
LONG. - 26.8480110168457
STOLIN AREA, forest
STOSZANY, PINSK COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
STOSZANY AREA, field
At the end of August 1941 10 Stoszany Jews were found, taken to a field about 1 kilometer from the village, and shot to death by German police. One child tried to escape from the murder site but was caught and shot to death.
LUBIESZOW, KAMIEN KOSZYRSKI COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 51.7657151865195
LONG. - 25.5160903930664
SUDCZE, village
On July 27, 1941 60 (max.70) religious Jews from Lubieszow and Jewish members of the local intelligentsia were arrested, tortured, and then shot to death by Germans near Sudcze village.
SWIETA WOLA, IWACEWICZE COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND LAT. - 52.32
LONG. - 25.41
SWIETA WOLA AREA, Zavirie grove


TELECHANY, IWACEWICZE COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.512859
LONG. - 25.842171
TELECHANY AREA, Grechishche grove
TOMASZOWKA, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
TOMASZOWKA AREA, anti-tank trenches
In the course of 4 days at the end of July 1942 3,540 Tomaszowka Jews were shot to death by Germans during the liquidation of the Tomaszowka ghetto. Some testimony refers to the Germans' use of gas vans. The victims were buried in anti-tank trenches near the town.
CZERNAWCZYCE, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY ,POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND

WOLCZYN, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.13
LONG. - 23.44


LAT. - 52.2818119059377
LONG. - 23.3157348632813
WOLCZYN, pit
In the fall of 1942, 300 (max. 497) Jews from Czernawczyce and Wolczyn villages were shot to death by Germans, with the assistance of local policemen, at the sand quarry near Wolczyn.
WYSOCK, STOLIN COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 51.7348957857863
LONG. - 26.6437339782715
WYSOCK, CLOSED GHETTO
On September 9, 1942 30 (max. 50) Jews from the Wysock ghetto who did not carry out German orders quickly enough were shot to death in the ghetto during a murder operation.
WYSOKIE LITEWSKIE, BRZESC BUGIEM COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.3725075784637
LONG. - 23.3655166625977
WYSOKIE LITEWSKIE, synagogue
During the winter of 1942-1943 about 320 Wysokie Litewskie Jews were shot to death by Germans near the local synagogue. The main burial site near the synagogue was found after the war. In addition, there are some graves outside the town.
ZABINKA, KOBRYN COUNTY, POLESIE DISTRICT, POLAND
LAT. - 52.198497
LONG. - 24.009707
ZABINKA AREA, MUKHINA YAMA In October 1942 about 100 Jews who remained in the Zabinka ghetto were shot to death by Germans, with the assistance of local policemen, at Muhina Yama near the Zabinka railway station.