PLACE COORDINATES MURDER SITE EVENT
AKHTYRKA, AKHTYRKA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 50.301512, 34.893932 AKHTYRKA, Mikhaylovskayachurch When the Germans occupied Akhtyrka in October 1941, they proceeded to register all the Jews. In January 1942 the Germans took the Jews to a forest near the Mikhailovskaya church, abused them, and then shot them to death. According to Kruglov, 29 Jews were murdered; documents from the ChGK record 32 victims.
BEREZOVKA, TALALAYEVKA, SUMY, UKRAINE (USSR) NO BEREZOVKA AREA, ravine In the fall of 1941 the Germans occupied the village of Berezovka. They took 2 old [Jewish] women from their homes and, since the latter could not walk, the Germans drove them to a ravine near the village where the old women were shot to death.
CHAPLIYEVKA, SHOSTKA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) NO CHAPLIYEVKA AREA In 1942 Germans murdered 18 reisdents of the village of Chapliyevka and nearby villages. The victims included Jews.
GLINSK, GLINSK COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 50.6167, 33.3167 GLINSK AREA, animal burial ground Between November 1941 and April 1942, in a pit at an animal burial ground 1.5 kilometers from Glinsk, Nazis shot some local Jews to death. The ChGK reported that "some families" of Jews were murdered there.
GLINSK, GLINSK COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 50.6167, 33.3167 GLINSK AREA, animal burial ground In November 1941, at a animal burial ground 1.5 kilometers from Glinsk, Ukrainian police murdered groups of Jews, including children whose parents had left them in the village.
GLUKHOV, GLUKHOV, SUMY, UKRAINE (USSR) 51.68792, 33.6918 GLUKHOV AREA On December 30, 1941 all the Jews who remained in Glukhov were collected in a place called Borok outside the village and shot to death by SS men.
KONDRATOVKA, KHOTEN COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 51.09, 34.47 KONDRATOVKA, village In late 1941 or early 1942 in the village of Kondratovka the Nazis murdered a Jewish family with 7 children.
KRUPSKOYE, DUBOVYAZOVKA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) NO KONOTOP, city On June 12, 1942 the Nazis collected all the Jews from Krupskoye on the Pervomayskiy farm and then took them to Konotop, where they were shot to death.
BELOPOLYE, BELOPOLYE COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 51.1483, 34.3008 KONOTOP, city When the Germans occupied Belopolye, they began to drive the Jews from their homes. They then forced all the Jews to live in one stable, from which they were taken to perform forced labor. In May 1942 the Germans took the Jews to Konotop and murdered them there. .
PERVOMAYSKIY, DUBOVYAZOVKA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) KRUPSKOYE, DUBOVYAZOVKA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) NO KONOTOP, city On June 12, 1942 the Nazis collected all the Jews from the village of Krupskoye on the Pervomayskiy farm and then took them to a camp in Konotop, where they were shot to death.
KROLEVETS, KROLEVETS COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 51.550351, 33.383234 KROLEVETS AREA, area On November 26, 1941 Ukrainian policement ordered the Jews of Krolevets to assemble next to the police station. The Nazis and policemen drove the sick and old Jews to the murder site; the rest of the Jews had to walk. They were all shot to death in a nearby place called Gayevoye Provalye.
LEBEDIN, LEBEDIN COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 50.5881, 34.4803 LEBEDIN AREA, former military base In December 1941 the Nazis took all the Jews who remained in Lebedin from their houses and forced them to live in a single building. In March 1942 the Nazis murdered these Jews, together with Jewish invalids, at a site that had been a military base. Both Kruglov and the ChGK reported 40 victims.
LIPOVO, TALALAYEVKA, SUMY, UKRAINE (USSR) NO LIPOVO, forest On October 21, 1941 the Nazis took two Jewish women and two children to a forest in the village of Lipovo, next to the cemetery. The children succeeded in fleeing but the women were shot to death.
LOKOTKI, SHOSTKA, SUMY, UKRAINE (USSR) NO LOKOTKI, village On June 15, 1942 the mayor of the village of Lokoti handed over to the Nazis a list of suspects (activists and Jews). These people were arrested and shot to death by the Nazis on June 19, 1942.
MEDVEZHYE, TALALAYEVKA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 50.53, 33.16 MEDVEZHYE, village In the spring of 1943 a denunciation led to the Nazis finding Jews who were hiding in the village of Galka. The Jews were taken to the village of Medvezhye and shot to death nearby.
LIPOVAYA DOLINA, LIPOVAYA DOLINA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) NO MOSKOVSKOYE, village In January 1942 Ukrainian policemen took 3 Jewish families from Lipovaya Dolina to the village of Moskovskoye, where they abused them and then murdered them all. The victims included small children.
NEDRIGAYLOV, NEDRIGAYLOV COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 50.8333, 33.8833 NEDRIGAYLOV AREA On December 5, 1941 the Nazis killed five Jewish families, the last Jews remaining in the Nedrigaylov area.
PUTIVL, PUTIVL COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 51.3381191126469, 33.8720512390137 PUTIVL, MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL Between December 7 and 9, 1941 Ukrainian policemen entered the local hospital and took one Jewish woman patient to the boiler room, where they shot her to death.
PUTIVL, PUTIVL, SUMY, UKRAINE (USSR) 51.3381191126469, 33.8720512390137 PUTIVL, technical school In November 1941 Ukrainian policemen rounded up the Jews who had not succeeded in leaving. They took Jewish patients from the local hospital and killed them in the garden of the village technical school. According to Kruglov, the perpetrators were members of an SS infantry brigade; according to the ChGK , they were Ukrainian policemen.
ROMNY, ROMNY COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 50.7399315676801, 33.4808349609375 ROMNY AREA After the first large murder operation on November 10, 1941, some Jews remained. A reward was promised for every Jews caught and within a month the rest of the Jews were captured and murdered near a bridge 2 kilometers from Romny.
PEREKOPOVKA, GLINSK, SUMY, UKRAINE (USSR) 50.37, 33.25 ROMNY, city In May 1942, following a denunciation by the mayor of the village, Ukrainian policemen arrested members of Jewish families and also some local non-Jews. They were all sent to Romny, where they were shot to death. The victims included 2 infants.
SAKHNY, KONOTOP, SUMY, UKRAINE (USSR) NO SAKHNY, village In September 1942 the Nazis killed one Jewish POW who was working on the Chapayev kolkhoz near the village of Sakhny.
SEMYANOVKA, DUBOVYAZOVKA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) NO SEMYANOVKA, village On November 12, 1941 in the village of Semyanovka the Nazis shot 2 Jews. One of them, a girl of five, begged to be spared on the grounds that her father was not Jewish, but the Nazis shot her anyway.
SEREDINA BUDA, SEREDINA BUDA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 52.187771, 34.036055 SEREDINA BUDA, park In November-December 1941 SS men shot to death all the Jews of Seredina-Buda and buried them in the park in the middle of the town.
SHEVCHENKOVO, DUBOVYAZOVKA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) NO SHEVCHENKOVO, village On November 12, 1941 in the village of Shevchenkovo the Nazis murdered one Jew and one member of the Komsomol (Young Communist League).
SHOSTKA, SHOSTKA CITY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 51.863881, 33.485633 SHOSTKA, factory
ROMNY, ROMNY COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 50.7399315676801, 33.4808349609375 SHOSTKA, plant At the end of October or the beginning of November 1941 the Nazis and Ukrainian police took all the Jews of the town of Romny to barracks on Voroshilov Street. From there the Jews were taken for forced labor. On November 10, 1941 the Jews, guarded by German soldiers and Ukrainian policemen, were taken to a murder site 2 kilometers from the town, next to the bridge over the river. There the Jews were shot to death. Some of the Jews were only wounded but died within a few days for lack of medical care. Testimony taken by the ChGK indicated that the number of victims was 3,000; Kruglov lists the names of 1,233 victims.
SINEVKA, SINEVKA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 50.32, 34.06 SINEVKA AREA In 1941 or 1942 Ukrainian policemen took a Jewish family on foot from Sinevka toward Galyach. On the way one of the policemen shot the Jews to death.
SUMY, SUMY CITY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 50.9099606756623, 34.793701171875 SUMY, barn In February 1943 the Nazis burned alive or killed with gas about 600 people in a barn in Sumy. Kruglov says that among those killed were Jews from a Hungarian forced labor battalion that was working in Sumy. Witnesses questioned by the ChGK testified that the victims included local people.
KEKINO, KHOTEN, SUMY, UKRAINE (USSR) 51.04, 34.34 SUMY, city In March 1942 the Nazis took the Jews from Kekino to Sumy and killed them there.
SUMY, SUMY CITY, SUMY, UKRAINE (USSR) 50.9099606756623, 34.793701171875 SUMY, club On February 20, 1942 the Jews of Sumy were ordered to assemble in the yard of the police station, with all their children and valuables on the pretext that they were going to live elsewhere. Hungarian soldiers drove them to a ravine near the flying club, where they shot in groups of 7-8. The adults were shot, but the children were poisoned.
SUMY, SUMY CITY, SUMY, UKRAINE (USSR) 50.9099606756623, 34.793701171875 SUMY, factory In February 1942 the Jews of Sumy were ordered to assemble, supposedly for work near their homes. The Nazis drove them to a ravine near a brick factory, where they were shot to death. Kruglov reports several hundred Jewish victims; the ChGK gives the figure of 1,000.
SUMY, SUMY CITY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 50.9099606756623, 34.793701171875 SUMY, factory (another factory) In May-June 1942 the Nazis took 102 prisoners, including Jews and 30 Roma, from the local jail to the area of the Frunze Factory and shot them to death there.
SILCHENKOVOE, TALALAYEVKA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) NO TALALAYEVKA AREA In December 1941 the Nazis put groups of Jews from Bolotnitsa and Silchenkovoye and Jews deported from Odessa into a single building in the village of Talalayevka. They were forced to dig a pit and were then shot to death. The CHGK gave the figure of 28 victims, while Kruglov indicated 50.
SHOKODKOVO, TALALAYEVKA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) NO TALALAYEVKA AREA On January 19, 1941 the Nazis took groups of Jews from Shokodkovo and some POWs to a place called Seminkovshchina near the village of Talalayevka, where they were shot to death.
BOLOTNITSA, TALALAYEVKA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) NO TALALAYEVKA AREA In December 1941 Germans took groups of Jews from Silchenkovoy and Jews deported from Bolotnitsa and from Odessa to a single house in the village of Talalayevka, where they were held without food or water. On January 10, 1942 they were taken to a place called Semukovshchina near Talalayevka, forced to dig a pit, and then were shot next to the pit. According to the ChGK, there were 28 victims;
ULYANOVKA, ULYANOVKA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) NO ULYANOVKA In the village of Ulyanovka SS troops murdered two Jewish families.
GLUKHOV, GLUKHOV COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 51.68792, 33.6917 UNKNOWN Between September and November 1941 8 Jews (from 2 families) who remained in the village were murdered in the area of Glukhov.
LEBEDIN, LEBEDIN COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 50.5881, 34.4803 UNKNOWN In February 1942 the Nazis hanged 2 Jews accused of disobeying the authorities in Lebedin.
VORONEZH, SHOSTKA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 51.7667, 33.4667 VORONEZH, village On December 9, 1941 one Jew was shot to death in Voronezh village.
VORONEZH, SHOSTKA COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) 51.7667, 33.4667 VORONEZH, village In the summer of 1942 the Nazis murdered all the Jews who remained in the village.
VYAZOVOYE, DUBOVYAZOVKA, SUMY, UKRAINE (USSR) 51.13, 33.24 VYAZOVOYE, village In October 1941 in the village of Vyazovoye the Nazis murdered all the members of one Jewish family, that of a teacher in the local school.
YAMPOL, YAMPOL COUNTY, SUMY DISTRICT, UKRAINE (USSR) NO YAMPOL, city In November 1941 SS men from an infantry regiment shot to death, in small groups, the Jews who remained in Yampol.