Wilno region

PLACE COORDINATES MURDER SITE EVENT
Braslaw, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland

Drujsk, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland
55.641174013979
27.0311737060547

55.728178
27.247779
Braslaw Area, railroad station
Braslaw, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland

Drujsk, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland
55.641174013979
27.0311737060547

55.728178
27.247779
Braslaw Area, railroad station
Budslaw, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.7833
27.4500
Budslaw Area, forest On September 13, 1941 50 Budslaw Jews, including children, were taken into the forest near the town and shot to death by Germans.

In September 1942 50 (max. 100) Budslaw Jews were shot to death in the forest near the town by Germans with the assistance of local policemen. Local residents were forced to bury the bodies.
Budslaw, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.7833
27.4500
Budslaw Area, forest On September 13, 1941 50 Budslaw Jews, including children, were taken into the forest near the town and shot to death by Germans.

In September 1942 50 (max. 100) Budslaw Jews were shot to death in the forest near the town by Germans with the assistance of local policemen. Local residents were forced to bury the bodies.
Budslaw, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.7833
27.4500
Budslaw, Zelenaya, street In October 1942 70 Jews who remained in the Budslaw ghetto, along with a number of Belarusians and Poles who were accused of subversive activity, were shot to death by Germans in the courtyard of a pharmacy on Zelenaya Street.
Budslaw, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.7833
27.4500
Budslaw, Zelenaya, street In October 1942 70 Jews who remained in the Budslaw ghetto, along with a number of Belarusians and Poles who were accused of subversive activity, were shot to death by Germans in the courtyard of a pharmacy on Zelenaya Street.
Bystrzyca, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.79274
25.887421
Bystrzyca Area On October 24, 1942 100 (max. 500) Jews from Bystrzyca were murdered by Germans during the liquidation of the ghetto in the town. Some Jews managed to escape and found shelter with local residents.
Bystrzyca, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.79274
25.887421
Bystrzyca Area On October 24, 1942 100 (max. 500) Jews from Bystrzyca were murdered by Germans during the liquidation of the ghetto in the town. Some Jews managed to escape and found shelter with local residents.
Molodeczno, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.318518
26.863959
Cna Area
In February 1942 500 Molodeczno Jews were shot to death by Germans near the village of Cna.
Molodeczno, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.318518
26.863959
Cna Area
In February 1942 500 Molodeczno Jews were shot to death by Germans near the village of Cna.
Dereczyn, Slonim County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.2478
24.9161
Dereczyn, forest
Dereczyn, area
Dereczyn, Slonim County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.2478
24.9161
Dereczyn, forest
Dereczyn, area
Dokszyce, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
54.894348
27.761033
Dokszyce, Jewish cemetery
Dokszyce, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
54.894348
27.761033
Dokszyce, Jewish cemetery
Dolhinow, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.644169
27.483101
Dolhinow Area, vicinity
Dolhinow, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland 54.644169
27.483101
Dolhinow Area, vicinity
Dolhinow, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland 54.644169
27.483101
Dolhinow Area, vicinity
Dolhinow, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.644169
27.483101
Dolhinow Area, vicinity
Dolhinow, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland 54.644169
27.483101
Dolhinow Area, vicinity
Dolhinow, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland 54.644169
27.483101
Dolhinow Area, vicinity
Dolhinow, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.644169
27.483101
Dolhinow, town

Dolhinow, Jewish cemetery
On May 22, 1942 some of the 300 Jewish craftsmen who remained in the Dolhinow ghetto were shot to death there; others were taken out of the town and murdered in a Jewish cemetery by Germans with the assistance of Belarusians and Poles.
Dolhinow, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.644169
27.483101
Dolhinow, town

Dolhinow, Jewish cemetery
On May 22, 1942 some of the 300 Jewish craftsmen who remained in the Dolhinow ghetto were shot to death there; others were taken out of the town and murdered in a Jewish cemetery by Germans with the assistance of Belarusians and Poles.
Druja, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland

Leonpol, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland
55.78931
27.453251

55.79731
27.789761
Druja Area, Jewish cemetery
Dunilowicze, Postawy County, Wilno District, Poland
55.1286490684888
27.24609375
Druja Area, Jewish cemetery
Druja, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland

Leonpol, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland
55.78931
27.453251

55.79731
27.789761
Druja Area, Jewish cemetery
Dunilowicze, Postawy County, Wilno District, Poland
55.1286490684888
27.24609375
Druja Area, Jewish cemetery
Dzisna, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.562962
28.22596
Dzisna Area In 1942 all the Jews from the Dzisna ghetto (2,000, max. 4,184) were collected by Germans, with the assistance of Belarusian policemen, and taken outside the city to pits that Jews had been previously ordered to prepare, There they were shot to death in groups of five, after have been forced to undress and been beaten, and their property was robbed by perpetrators.
Dzisna, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.562962
28.22596
Dzisna Area In 1942 all the Jews from the Dzisna ghetto (2,000, max. 4,184) were collected by Germans, with the assistance of Belarusian policemen, and taken outside the city to pits that Jews had been previously ordered to prepare, There they were shot to death in groups of five, after have been forced to undress and been beaten, and their property was robbed by perpetrators.
Glebokie, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.14591884159685
27.6833
Glebokie Area, Borok, tract In March 1942, 2,000 (max. 2,500) Glebokie Jews were shot to death by Germans and buried in pits that had been prepared on the Borok tract. Jews who could not work, mostly elderly or sick persons,were killed during this operation. On the way to the murder site some people tried to escape but they were shot to death or drowned in Glebokie Lake.
Glebokie, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland 55.14591884159685
27.6833
Glebokie Area, Borok, tract
Glebokie, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland 55.14591884159685
27.6833
Glebokie Area, Borok, tract In the fall of 1942 1,000 Jews from the Glebokie ghetto who were unable to work were shot to death by Germans on one day at the Borok tract
Glebokie, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.14591884159685
27.6833
Glebokie Area, Borok, tract In March 1942, 2,000 (max. 2,500) Glebokie Jews were shot to death by Germans and buried in pits that had been prepared on the Borok tract. Jews who could not work, mostly elderly or sick persons,were killed during this operation. On the way to the murder site some people tried to escape but they were shot to death or drowned in Glebokie Lake.
Glebokie, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland 55.14591884159685
27.6833
Glebokie Area, Borok, tract
Glebokie, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland 55.14591884159685
27.6833
Glebokie Area, Borok, tract In the fall of 1942 1,000 Jews from the Glebokie ghetto who were unable to work were shot to death by Germans on one day at the Borok tract
Glebokie, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.14591884159685
27.6833
Glebokie Area, tract In the spring 1942 2,000 Jews from the Glebokie ghetto were shot to death by Germans on one day at the Borok tract
Glebokie, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.14591884159685
27.6833
Glebokie Area, tract In the spring 1942 2,000 Jews from the Glebokie ghetto were shot to death by Germans on one day at the Borok tract
Glebokie, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland

Hermanowicze, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.14591884159685
27.6833

55.4000
27.8000
Glebokie, Closed ghetto
Glebokie, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland

Hermanowicze, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.14591884159685
27.6833

55.4000
27.8000
Glebokie, Closed ghetto
Ilja, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.4167
27.3000
Ilja Area After the murder operation on March 17, 1942 about 100 Jewish craftsmen remained left alive in the small ghetto in Ilja. On June 7, 1942 in the nearby woods partisans killed a forester who had collaborated with Germans. On the same da, 100 Jewish workers were assembled in the market square, led out of town, and shot to death by Germans with the assistance of local policemen, who threw the victims' bodies into a large pit.
Ilja, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.4167
27.3000
Ilja Area After the murder operation on March 17, 1942 about 100 Jewish craftsmen remained left alive in the small ghetto in Ilja. On June 7, 1942 in the nearby woods partisans killed a forester who had collaborated with Germans. On the same da, 100 Jewish workers were assembled in the market square, led out of town, and shot to death by Germans with the assistance of local policemen, who threw the victims' bodies into a large pit.
Ilja, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.4167
27.3000
Ilja Area, forest On July 8, 1941 two local Jews accused of being Communist activists were arrested in Ilja . They were taken into the forest outside of town and shot to death by Germans at a pit which the Jews were forced to dig for themselves.
Ilja, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.4167
27.3000
Ilja Area, forest On July 8, 1941 two local Jews accused of being Communist activists were arrested in Ilja . They were taken into the forest outside of town and shot to death by Germans at a pit which the Jews were forced to dig for themselves.
Ilja, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.4167
27.3000
Ilja, storeroom
Ilja, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.4167
27.3000
Ilja, storeroom
Molodeczno, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland

Wilejka, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland

Kurzeniec, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland

Krzywicze, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.318518
26.863959

54.492775964313
26.9116973876953

54.55711
26.971161

54.03
27
Iza Area

Molodeczno Area, building
On July 10, 1942 a number (100, max. 500) of Jews from the Molodeczno labor camp were murdered by Germans near Iza village about 10 kilometers from the town. Some Jews were burned alive in their dwelling places on the same day. In addition to Jews from Molodeczno Jews from Wilejka, Krzywicze, and Kurzeniec, who had been taken to the Molodeczno labor camp in March 1942 were also killed. About 150 people remained in the camp.
Molodeczno, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland

Wilejka, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland

Kurzeniec, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland

Krzywicze, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.318518
26.863959

54.492775964313
26.9116973876953

54.55711
26.971161

54.03
27
Iza Area

Molodeczno Area, building
On July 10, 1942 a number (100, max. 500) of Jews from the Molodeczno labor camp were murdered by Germans near Iza village about 10 kilometers from the town. Some Jews were burned alive in their dwelling places on the same day. In addition to Jews from Molodeczno Jews from Wilejka, Krzywicze, and Kurzeniec, who had been taken to the Molodeczno labor camp in March 1942 were also killed. About 150 people remained in the camp.
Jody, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland

Kislowszczyzna, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland
55.4500
27.2333

55.6411578
27.0313236
Jody, vicinity At the end of October 1941 German gendarmes arrived in the town of Jody. On the previous day the Germans, with the assistance of policemen from Zarkowszczyzna, had brought Jews from Zamose and Kislowszczyzna to Jody. 200 (max. (400) Jews were collected in the town's school. Then they were taken in groups to a pit near the town and shot to death by Germans.
Jody, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland

Kislowszczyzna, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland
55.4500
27.2333

55.6411578
27.0313236
Jody, vicinity At the end of October 1941 German gendarmes arrived in the town of Jody. On the previous day the Germans, with the assistance of policemen from Zarkowszczyzna, had brought Jews from Zamose and Kislowszczyzna to Jody. 200 (max. (400) Jews were collected in the town's school. Then they were taken in groups to a pit near the town and shot to death by Germans.
Kamen, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
Unknown Kamen Area In the fall of 1943 about 55 civilians, Jews and Belorussians were shot to death by Germans near Kamen village. Local residents were forced to bury the bodies.
Kamen, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
Unknown Kamen Area In the fall of 1943 about 55 civilians, Jews and Belorussians were shot to death by Germans near Kamen village. Local residents were forced to bury the bodies.
Kozyany, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland
Unknown Kozyany, town In December 1942 700 Kozyany Jews were shot to death by Germans.
Kozyany, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland
Unknown Kozyany, town In December 1942 700 Kozyany Jews were shot to death by Germans.
Krasne, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.2333
27.0833
Krasne Area On March 3, 1943 at dawn 2,340 Jews from Krasne ghetto were taken from their homes and assembled in a stable outside the town. Jews who had been working outside the ghetto were added to their number and the stable was set on fire by Germans with the assistance of local policemen.
Krasne, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.2333
27.0833
Krasne Area On March 3, 1943 at dawn 2,340 Jews from Krasne ghetto were taken from their homes and assembled in a stable outside the town. Jews who had been working outside the ghetto were added to their number and the stable was set on fire by Germans with the assistance of local policemen.
Krzywicze, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.7167
27.2833
Krzywicze Area, building
Krzywicze, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.7167
27.2833
Krzywicze Area, building
Krzywicze, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.7167
27.2833
Krzywicze, building
Krzywicze, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.7167
27.2833
Krzywicze, building
Kurzeniec, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.55711
26.971161
Kurzeniec Area, vicinity In February 1942 Germans imposed a high ransom of gold and other valuables on the Jews of Kurzeniec. When the total required amount was not handed over, 120 Jewish hostages were shot to death by Germans.

In March 1942 Germans, who came to Kurzeniec from Wilejka, murdered Rabbi Aharon Moshe Feldman and 12 other Jews. Another 40 Kurzeniec Jews were shot to death by local policemen.
Kurzeniec, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.55711
26.971161
Kurzeniec Area, vicinity In February 1942 Germans imposed a high ransom of gold and other valuables on the Jews of Kurzeniec. When the total required amount was not handed over, 120 Jewish hostages were shot to death by Germans.

In March 1942 Germans, who came to Kurzeniec from Wilejka, murdered Rabbi Aharon Moshe Feldman and 12 other Jews. Another 40 Kurzeniec Jews were shot to death by local policemen.
Kurzeniec, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.55711
26.971161
Kurzeniec, Kasutskaya,street On October 14, 1941 54 (max. 56) Kurzeniec Jews, including children, were arrested by Germans, with the assistance of local policemen, on the charge of collaboration with the Soviet regime. They were shot to death on Kasutskaya Street.
Kurzeniec, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.55711
26.971161
Kurzeniec, Kasutskaya,street On October 14, 1941 54 (max. 56) Kurzeniec Jews, including children, were arrested by Germans, with the assistance of local policemen, on the charge of collaboration with the Soviet regime. They were shot to death on Kasutskaya Street.
Kurzeniec, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.55711
26.971161
Kurzeniec, Myadelskaya, street
Kurzeniec, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.55711
26.971161
Kurzeniec, Myadelskaya, street
Lebiedziew, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.3167
26.7000
Lebiedziew, town In December 1941 15 or 25 young Jewish men were shot to death by Germans on the streets of the Lebiedziew ghetto. Local residents were forced to bury the bodies.

In December 1943 about 25 Jewish craftsmen who remained alive in the Lebiedziew ghetto were shot to death by Germans. Local residents were forced to bury the bodies. 5 Jews were taken to Molodeczno.
Lebiedziew, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.3167
26.7000
Lebiedziew, town In December 1941 15 or 25 young Jewish men were shot to death by Germans on the streets of the Lebiedziew ghetto. Local residents were forced to bury the bodies.

In December 1943 about 25 Jewish craftsmen who remained alive in the Lebiedziew ghetto were shot to death by Germans. Local residents were forced to bury the bodies. 5 Jews were taken to Molodeczno.
Lida, Lida County, Nowogrodek District, Poland

Wilno, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
53.88815394128542
25.298080444335937

54.689631
25.279935
Lida, prison
Lida, Lida County, Nowogrodek District, Poland

Wilno, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
53.88815394128542
25.298080444335937

54.689631
25.279935
Lida, prison
Luzki, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.3619417339278
27.8640747070313
Luzki Area, forest In July 1942 500 Luzki Jews were assembled and taken out of town to a nearby forest, where they were forced to undress and then shot to death by Germans.
Luzki, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.3619417339278
27.8640747070313
Luzki Area, forest In July 1942 500 Luzki Jews were assembled and taken out of town to a nearby forest, where they were forced to undress and then shot to death by Germans.
Wilejka, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.492775964313
26.9116973876953
Makowje, bathhouse On March 28, 1943 about 100 Wilejka Jews who were taken by Germans to Makowje village were shot. Their bodies were burned in a bathhouse belonging to one of the villagers.
Wilejka, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.492775964313
26.9116973876953
Makowje, bathhouse On March 28, 1943 about 100 Wilejka Jews who were taken by Germans to Makowje village were shot. Their bodies were burned in a bathhouse belonging to one of the villagers.
Lebiedziew, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.3167
26.7000
Markowo Area, storage area
On June 24, 1942 600 (max. 800) Lebiedziew Jews were assembled by Germans and taken to the storage area of one of the local residents, about 2 kilometers from Lebiedziew, near Markowo village, where some of the Jews were shot to death while others were burned to death. About 30 Jewish craftsmen were left alive in the ghetto.
Lebiedziew, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.3167
26.7000
Markowo Area, storage area
On June 24, 1942 600 (max. 800) Lebiedziew Jews were assembled by Germans and taken to the storage area of one of the local residents, about 2 kilometers from Lebiedziew, near Markowo village, where some of the Jews were shot to death while others were burned to death. About 30 Jewish craftsmen were left alive in the ghetto.
Miadziol Nowy, Postawy County, Wilno District, Poland
54.8666667
26.9333333
Miadziol Nowy Area, Area, Bor, tract In late September 1942, in reaction to the escape of some Miadziol Nowy Jews to the forest, 69 (max. 100) Jewish craftsmen in the ghetto were shot to death by Germans at the Bor tract about 3 kilometers from the town.
Miadziol Nowy, Postawy County, Wilno District, Poland
54.8666667
26.9333333
Miadziol Nowy Area, Area, Bor, tract In late September 1942, in reaction to the escape of some Miadziol Nowy Jews to the forest, 69 (max. 100) Jewish craftsmen in the ghetto were shot to death by Germans at the Bor tract about 3 kilometers from the town.
Miadziol Nowy, Postawy County, Wilno District, Poland
54.8666667
26.9333333
Miadziol Nowy Area, Area, Mkhi, tract In September 1941, when the bodies of some murdered Poles were found, relatives of the victims who lived in the town of Miadziol Nowy blamed Jews for murdering them. As a result 6 (max. 21) Jewish men from Miadziol Nowy were arrested and tortured for several hours. Then they and another 15 Jewish men were taken to the Mkhi tract about 1.5 kilometers from Miadziol Nowy, and shot to death by Germans with the assistance of some Poles.
Miadziol Nowy, Postawy County, Wilno District, Poland
54.8666667
26.9333333
Miadziol Nowy Area, Area, Mkhi, tract In September 1941, when the bodies of some murdered Poles were found, relatives of the victims who lived in the town of Miadziol Nowy blamed Jews for murdering them. As a result 6 (max. 21) Jewish men from Miadziol Nowy were arrested and tortured for several hours. Then they and another 15 Jewish men were taken to the Mkhi tract about 1.5 kilometers from Miadziol Nowy, and shot to death by Germans with the assistance of some Poles.
Michaliszki, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
55.269659
24.704324
Michaliszki Area In 1944 158 Michaliszki Jews were shot to death near the town by Germans.
Michaliszki, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
55.269659
24.704324
Michaliszki Area In 1944 158 Michaliszki Jews were shot to death near the town by Germans.
Michaliszki, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
55.269659
24.704324
Michaliszki, square
At the end of the summer of 1941 Germans searched the bodies and clothes of Jews who had returned from forced labor. Two Jews who were smuggling in food were shot to death in the marketplace by Germans before the yes of all the Jews of Michaliszki..
Michaliszki, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
55.269659
24.704324
Michaliszki, square
At the end of the summer of 1941 Germans searched the bodies and clothes of Jews who had returned from forced labor. Two Jews who were smuggling in food were shot to death in the marketplace by Germans before the yes of all the Jews of Michaliszki..
Miory, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland
55.620504
27.6260938
Miory Area, Kryukovka, tract On May 1942 an SS unit arrested 669 (max. 1,000) Jews in the Miory ghetto and collected them on the square. From there they were taken in small groups to the Kryukovka tract located 1 kilometer northeast of town, where they were shot to death and buried in a pit, Some of those buried were still alive.
Miory, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland
55.620504
27.6260938
Miory Area, Kryukovka, tract On May 1942 an SS unit arrested 669 (max. 1,000) Jews in the Miory ghetto and collected them on the square. From there they were taken in small groups to the Kryukovka tract located 1 kilometer northeast of town, where they were shot to death and buried in a pit, Some of those buried were still alive.
Molodeczno, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland

Wilejka, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland

Kurzeniec, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland

Krzywicze, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.318518
26.863959

54.492775964313
26.9116973876953

54.55711
26.971161

54.03
27
Molodeczno Area, bath-house
In November 1942 about 150 Jewish craftsmen who remained in the Molodeczno labor camp were imprisoned in an abandoned bathhouse near Molodeczno and burned to death there by Germans.
Molodeczno, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland

Wilejka, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland

Kurzeniec, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland

Krzywicze, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.318518
26.863959

54.492775964313
26.9116973876953

54.55711
26.971161

54.03
27
Molodeczno Area, bath-house
In November 1942 about 150 Jewish craftsmen who remained in the Molodeczno labor camp were imprisoned in an abandoned bathhouse near Molodeczno and burned to death there by Germans.
Molodeczno, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.318518
26.863959
Molodeczno Area, forest
Molodeczno, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.318518
26.863959
Molodeczno Area, forest
Molodeczno, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.318518
26.863959
Mosciszcze Area In July 1941 the military governor ordered the local Jewish men to appear at the marketplace. The 200 Jewish men from Molodeczno who showed up were taken in the direction of Wilejka and shot to death by Germans near Mosciszcze village. Murdered with them were more than 200 Belarusians, Communists, and Soviet activists.
Molodeczno, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.318518
26.863959
Mosciszcze Area In July 1941 the military governor ordered the local Jewish men to appear at the marketplace. The 200 Jewish men from Molodeczno who showed up were taken in the direction of Wilejka and shot to death by Germans near Mosciszcze village. Murdered with them were more than 200 Belarusians, Communists, and Soviet activists.
Nemenchine, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.51
25.29
Nemenchine On August 20, 1941 458 Jews were shot to death by Romanians at Nemenchine, about 3 kilometers from the village.
Nemenchine, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.51
25.29
Nemenchine On August 20, 1941 458 Jews were shot to death by Romanians at Nemenchine, about 3 kilometers from the village.
Ostrowiec, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.6146290134729
25.9552001953125
Ostrowiec Area In late 1941 Germans liquidated the Ostrowiec ghetto. Most of its inmates (100, max. 500) were murdered near the town. Before the murder operation the Jewish craftsmen and their families were separated from the other Jews and were returned to the ghetto.
Ostrowiec, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.6146290134729
25.9552001953125
Ostrowiec Area In late 1941 Germans liquidated the Ostrowiec ghetto. Most of its inmates (100, max. 500) were murdered near the town. Before the murder operation the Jewish craftsmen and their families were separated from the other Jews and were returned to the ghetto.
Ostrowiec, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.6146290134729
25.9552001953125
Ostrowiec Area, forest

Gudohaje Area, forest
In October 1941 12 Jews in Ostrowiec were arrested by Germans on suspicion of having participated in Soviet organizations and/or having been Communists prior to the German occupation. Some of the Jews were shot to death in the forest near the town; others were taken to the forest near the Gudohaje train station and murdered there by Germans.
Ostrowiec, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.6146290134729
25.9552001953125
Ostrowiec Area, forest

Gudohaje Area, forest
In October 1941 12 Jews in Ostrowiec were arrested by Germans on suspicion of having participated in Soviet organizations and/or having been Communists prior to the German occupation. Some of the Jews were shot to death in the forest near the town; others were taken to the forest near the Gudohaje train station and murdered there by Germans.
Oszmiana, Oszmiana County, Wilno District, Poland
54.426120835353
25.9380340576172
Oszmiana On October 23, 1942 406 (max. 600) Jews from the Oszmiana ghetto were taken to the Uglyovo farm, 6-7 kilometers from the town. In the woods there they were shot to death by Germans with the assistance of Lithuanians. 16 Jews managed to escape.
Oszmiana, Oszmiana County, Wilno District, Poland
54.426120835353
25.9380340576172
Oszmiana On October 23, 1942 406 (max. 600) Jews from the Oszmiana ghetto were taken to the Uglyovo farm, 6-7 kilometers from the town. In the woods there they were shot to death by Germans with the assistance of Lithuanians. 16 Jews managed to escape.
Oszmiana, Oszmiana County, Wilno District, Poland
54.426120835353
25.9380340576172
Oszmiana, forest
Oszmiana, Oszmiana County, Wilno District, Poland
54.426120835353
25.9380340576172
Oszmiana, forest
Parafjanowo, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
54.8833
27.6000
Parafjanowo, railroad station
Parafjanowo, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
54.8833
27.6000
Parafjanowo, railroad station
Michaliszki, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Worniany, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Kiemieliszki, Swieciany County, Wilno District, Poland

Bystrzyca, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Swir, Swieciany County, Wilno District, Poland

Wilno, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Oszmiana, Oszmiana County, Wilno District, Poland

Soly, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
55.269659
24.704324

54.73333
26.01667

54.8500
25.8833

54.79274
25.887421

54.845001
26.39632

54.689631
25.279935

54.426120835353
25.9380340576172

55.58714
25.710187
Ponary Area
Gudohaje, Oszmiana County, Wilno District, Poland
54.5500
25.9000
Ponary Area In May 1943 14 Jews from Gudohaje village were taken to Ponary and shot to death there by Germans.
Gudohaje, Oszmiana County, Wilno District, Poland
54.5500
25.9000
Ponary Area In May 1943 14 Jews from Gudohaje village were taken to Ponary and shot to death there by Germans.
Michaliszki, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Worniany, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Kiemieliszki, Swieciany County, Wilno District, Poland

Bystrzyca, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Swir, Swieciany County, Wilno District, Poland

Wilno, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Oszmiana, Oszmiana County, Wilno District, Poland

Soly, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
55.269659
24.704324

54.73333
26.01667

54.8500
25.8833

54.79274
25.887421

54.845001
26.39632

54.689631
25.279935

54.426120835353
25.9380340576172

55.58714
25.710187
Ponary Area
Postawy, Postawy County, Wilno District, Poland
55.11476
26.84003
Postawy, city
Postawy, Postawy County, Wilno District, Poland
55.11476
26.84003
Postawy, city
Prozoroki, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland

Ziabki, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland

55.302731
28.22118

55.2333
28.1500
Prozorki Area, cemetery On December 5, 1941 380 Jews from Ziabki and surrounding communities were taken to a school in Prozoroki. On December 6 all the Jews were taken out of town towards the cemetery near the Marusino farm and shot to deathby Germans.
Prozoroki, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland

Ziabki, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland

55.302731
28.22118

55.2333
28.1500
Prozorki Area, cemetery On December 5, 1941 380 Jews from Ziabki and surrounding communities were taken to a school in Prozoroki. On December 6 all the Jews were taken out of town towards the cemetery near the Marusino farm and shot to deathby Germans.
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.366802
27.4711188
Rajpol, village In June 1943, 19 Jews, who had escaped from the ghetto in Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, were shot to death by Germans in Rajpol village and buried there.
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.366802
27.4711188
Rajpol, village In June 1943, 19 Jews, who had escaped from the ghetto in Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, were shot to death by Germans in Rajpol village and buried there.
Rakow, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
53.973949
27.06736
Rakow Area, Boruzynua, tract On August 14, 1941 45 (max. 49) Rakow Jews were shot to death by Germans.
Rakow, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
53.973949
27.06736
Rakow Area, Boruzynua, tract On August 14, 1941 45 (max. 49) Rakow Jews were shot to death by Germans.
Rakow, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
53.973949
27.06736
Rakow, Jewish cemetery
Rakow, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
53.973949
27.06736
Rakow, Jewish cemetery
Rakow, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
53.973949
27.06736
Rakow, synagogue On February 2, 1942 Germans and local policemen surrounded the Rakow ghetto, where 1,000 Jews remained. 10 young Jews were taken to Szapowaly, about 20 kilometers from the town, to set up a radio station; other Jews were taken in groups to the synagogue area and shot to death there. 10 young men were ordered to throw the bodies into the synagogue. Then the young men were pushed inside and the building was set on fire.
Rakow, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
53.973949
27.06736
Rakow, synagogue On February 2, 1942 Germans and local policemen surrounded the Rakow ghetto, where 1,000 Jews remained. 10 young Jews were taken to Szapowaly, about 20 kilometers from the town, to set up a radio station; other Jews were taken in groups to the synagogue area and shot to death there. 10 young men were ordered to throw the bodies into the synagogue. Then the young men were pushed inside and the building was set on fire.
Rakow, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
53.973949
27.06736
Rakow, vicinity On August 21, 1941 14 Rakow were shot to death by Germans in the Rakow area.
Rakow, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
53.973949
27.06736
Rakow, vicinity On August 21, 1941 14 Rakow were shot to death by Germans in the Rakow area.
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.366802
27.4711188
Rawiczowka, bathhouse According to an eyewitness, 9 Jews who had escaped the murder operatin in the Szarkowszczyzna Nowa ghetto, hidden in her bathhouse. On December 7, 1942 Germans found the Jews and burned down the bathhouse. Two Jews who tried to escape were shot to death.
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.366802
27.4711188
Rawiczowka, bathhouse According to an eyewitness, 9 Jews who had escaped the murder operatin in the Szarkowszczyzna Nowa ghetto, hidden in her bathhouse. On December 7, 1942 Germans found the Jews and burned down the bathhouse. Two Jews who tried to escape were shot to death.
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.366802
27.4711188
Robertovo, village In September 1943, two Jews who had escaped the murder operation in the Szarkowszczyzna Nowa ghetto, were shot to death by Germans in Robertovo village.
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.366802
27.4711188
Robertovo, village In September 1943, two Jews who had escaped the murder operation in the Szarkowszczyzna Nowa ghetto, were shot to death by Germans in Robertovo village.
Rzeczki, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland 54.6800
27.6080
Rzeczki Area, Lysaya Gora - Rzeczki Area, hill
At the end of February 1942 17 Jews from Rzeczki were shot to death by Germans, with the assistance of local policemen, in Lysaya Gora near the village.
Rzeczki, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland 54.6800
27.6080
Rzeczki Area, Lysaya Gora - Rzeczki Area, hill
At the end of February 1942 17 Jews from Rzeczki were shot to death by Germans, with the assistance of local policemen, in Lysaya Gora near the village.
Semenovichi, Postawy County, Wilno District, Poland
55.283
27.0665
Semenovichi In the fall of 1941 7 Semenovichi Jews were taken by Germans to woods at the edge of the village. There they were shot to death and their possession looted.
Semenovichi, Postawy County, Wilno District, Poland
55.283
27.0665
Semenovichi In the fall of 1941 7 Semenovichi Jews were taken by Germans to woods at the edge of the village. There they were shot to death and their possession looted.
Suderve, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.46
25.06
Suderve On October 15, 1941 15 Jews were shot to death by Romanians at Suderve.
Suderve, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.46
25.06
Suderve On October 15, 1941 15 Jews were shot to death by Romanians at Suderve.
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.366802
27.4711188
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, Closed ghetto In June 1943 German soldiers and gendarmes surrounded the ghetto of Szarkowszczyzna Nowa and began shooting and throwing grenades. Then they set the ghetto on fire. 800 Jews were killed but some managed to escape.
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.366802
27.4711188
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, Closed ghetto In June 1943 German soldiers and gendarmes surrounded the ghetto of Szarkowszczyzna Nowa and began shooting and throwing grenades. Then they set the ghetto on fire. 800 Jews were killed but some managed to escape.
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.366802
27.4711188
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, river bank

Radyuki,flour mill
On June 18, 1942 500 (max. 800) Jews, out of a total of 1,600 in the Szarkowszczyzna Nowa ghetto, were shot to death by Germans. On that day the Germans surrounded the ghetto and began shooting and throwing grenades. 420 Jews were killed but others managed to escape from the ghetto. The Germans searched for the escapees, whom they caught in the village of Radyuki, where they murdered over 300 Jews.
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.366802
27.4711188
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, river bank

Radyuki,flour mill
On June 18, 1942 500 (max. 800) Jews, out of a total of 1,600 in the Szarkowszczyzna Nowa ghetto, were shot to death by Germans. On that day the Germans surrounded the ghetto and began shooting and throwing grenades. 420 Jews were killed but others managed to escape from the ghetto. The Germans searched for the escapees, whom they caught in the village of Radyuki, where they murdered over 300 Jews.
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland

Hermanowicze, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.366802
27.4711188

55.4000
27.8000
Szoldryki, village In June 1942 7 Jews were taken by a German soldier and Belarusian gendarmes through Szoldryki and shot to death at the end of the village. They were buried by local residents.
Szarkowszczyzna Nowa, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland

Hermanowicze, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.366802
27.4711188

55.4000
27.8000
Szoldryki, village In June 1942 7 Jews were taken by a German soldier and Belarusian gendarmes through Szoldryki and shot to death at the end of the village. They were buried by local residents.
Ostrowiec, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Worniany, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Kiemieliszki, Swieciany County, Wilno District, Poland
54.6146290134729
25.9552001953125

54.73333
26.01667

54.8500
25.8833
Szumsk Area
Ostrowiec, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Worniany, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Kiemieliszki, Swieciany County, Wilno District, Poland
54.6146290134729
25.9552001953125

54.73333
26.01667

54.8500
25.8833
Szumsk Area
Troki, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Rudiskas, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.6361443921311
24.9341583251953

Unknown
Troki Area, ravine In mid September 1941 3,000 Troki Jews were shot to death by Germans in the Troki area.
Troki, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Rudiskas, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.6361443921311
24.9341583251953

Unknown
Troki Area, ravine In mid September 1941 3,000 Troki Jews were shot to death by Germans in the Troki area.
Radoszkowice, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland 54.16328
27.243811
Udranka, threshing floor
Radoszkowice, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.16328
27.243811
Udranka, threshing floor On March 7, 1943 260 Radoszkowice Jews were taken to a threshing floor in a nearby village and burned alive there by Germans.
Radoszkowice, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland 54.16328
27.243811
Udranka, threshing floor
Radoszkowice, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.16328
27.243811
Udranka, threshing floor On March 7, 1943 260 Radoszkowice Jews were taken to a threshing floor in a nearby village and burned alive there by Germans.
Wiazyn, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.4166667
27.1666667
Wiazyn, town In June 1942 a number (17, max. 70) of Jews and Belarusians from Wiazyn were shot to death by Germans with the assistance of local policemen.
Wiazyn, Wilejka County, Wilno District, Poland
54.4166667
27.1666667
Wiazyn, town In June 1942 a number (17, max. 70) of Jews and Belarusians from Wiazyn were shot to death by Germans with the assistance of local policemen.
Widze, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland
55.39397
26.63402
Widze Area, lake In June 1941 of 50 Widze Jews most were shot to death at the lakeshore near the city but some of the victims were drowned. Before the murder operation the Jews were forced to undress and they were beaten. The women were raped by Germans.
Widze, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland
55.39397
26.63402
Widze Area, lake In June 1941 of 50 Widze Jews most were shot to death at the lakeshore near the city but some of the victims were drowned. Before the murder operation the Jews were forced to undress and they were beaten. The women were raped by Germans.
Slobodka, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland
54.5667
25.9667
Widze, city In July 1941, at the beginning of the German occupation, all of Slobodka's 200 Jews were sent to the Widze ghetto and shot to death there by Germans with the assistance of Belarusian policemen.
Slobodka, Braslaw County, Wilno District, Poland
54.5667
25.9667
Widze, city In July 1941, at the beginning of the German occupation, all of Slobodka's 200 Jews were sent to the Widze ghetto and shot to death there by Germans with the assistance of Belarusian policemen.
Novo Vilejka, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Doliny, <> County, <> District, Poland

Rukainiai, Zarasai County, <> District, Lithuania

Shumsk, Krzemieniec County, Wolyn District, Poland

Vilna, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
Unknown


Unknown

Unknown


Unknown


54.749990970226925
25.2685546875
Wilno County, Lysaya Gora Area In the fall of 1941 10,000 Jews who were brought from other places were shot to death by Germans in the Lysaya Gora area near the village of Loznitsa in Wilno County.
Novo Vilejka, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland

Doliny, <> County, <> District, Poland

Rukainiai, Zarasai County, <> District, Lithuania

Shumsk, Krzemieniec County, Wolyn District, Poland

Vilna, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
Unknown


Unknown

Unknown


Unknown


54.749990970226925
25.2685546875
Wilno County, Lysaya Gora Area In the fall of 1941 10,000 Jews who were brought from other places were shot to death by Germans in the Lysaya Gora area near the village of Loznitsa in Wilno County.
Worniany, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.73333
26.01667
Worniany Area, vicinity On October 15, 1941 17 Jewish men from Worniany were arrested and shot to death by Germans in a large pit near the town. 8 of the 17 men emerged from the pit alive.The bodies of the victims were later taken out of the pit in secret and given a Jewish burial.
Worniany, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.73333
26.01667
Worniany Area, vicinity On October 15, 1941 17 Jewish men from Worniany were arrested and shot to death by Germans in a large pit near the town. 8 of the 17 men emerged from the pit alive.The bodies of the victims were later taken out of the pit in secret and given a Jewish burial.
Wilno, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.689631
25.279935
Woronowo, railway station In November 1941 a group of Jews, mostly members of the intelligentsia, was taken by Germans from Wilno to the Woronowo ghetto. The Jews were locked into a local clubhouse, where they were abused for a week. On November 14, 1941 268 Wilno Jews were shot to death in groups by Germans at the railroad station near the town of Woronowo. Jews who were wounded were buried alive in two pits at the railway station.
Wilno, Wilno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.689631
25.279935
Woronowo, railway station In November 1941 a group of Jews, mostly members of the intelligentsia, was taken by Germans from Wilno to the Woronowo ghetto. The Jews were locked into a local clubhouse, where they were abused for a week. On November 14, 1941 268 Wilno Jews were shot to death in groups by Germans at the railroad station near the town of Woronowo. Jews who were wounded were buried alive in two pits at the railway station.
Glebokie, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.14591884159685
27.6833
Zalesie, sovkhoz In July 1941 Jew from Glebokie named Zalman (last name unknown), who was hiding in the forest near Kolesniki village, was captured by German gendarmerie and taken to Zalesie Soviet farm (Sovkhoz), where after the last abuse was hanged in the basement of the police building. Later his body was thrown in the nearby forest.
Glebokie, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland 55.14591884159685
27.6833
Zalesie, sovkhoz In July 1941 a Jewish father and his daughter from Glebokie were captured by Germans and taken to the Zalesie sovkhoz, where there were shot to death by a German officer.
Glebokie, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland
55.14591884159685
27.6833
Zalesie, sovkhoz In July 1941 Jew from Glebokie named Zalman (last name unknown), who was hiding in the forest near Kolesniki village, was captured by German gendarmerie and taken to Zalesie Soviet farm (Sovkhoz), where after the last abuse was hanged in the basement of the police building. Later his body was thrown in the nearby forest.
Glebokie, Glebokie County, Wilno District, Poland 55.14591884159685
27.6833
Zalesie, sovkhoz In July 1941 a Jewish father and his daughter from Glebokie were captured by Germans and taken to the Zalesie sovkhoz, where there were shot to death by a German officer.
Zaskiewicze, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.4000
26.6167
Zaskiewicze, town In November 1942 69 Jews, evidently along with some Belarusians, were shot to death by Germans near Zaskiewicze.
Zaskiewicze, Molodeczno County, Wilno District, Poland
54.4000
26.6167
Zaskiewicze, town In November 1942 69 Jews, evidently along with some Belarusians, were shot to death by Germans near Zaskiewicze.