Nowogrodek Region

PLACE COORDINATES MURDER SITE EVENT
Lida, Lida County, Nowogrodek District, Poland 53.88815394128542
Baranowicze, Baranowicze County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.1323539498664
26.0252380371094
Baranowicze
Baranowicze, Baranowicze County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.1323539498664
26.0252380371094
Baranowicze Area, field
Koeln, Koeln, Rhine Province, Germany

26.632231 Baranowicze Area, field In the summer of 1942 a train with about 2.000 Jews from Cologne, Germany and 300 Jews from Austria arrived in Baranowicze. They were all shot to death by Germans between the villages of Uznogi, Grabowiec, and Gliniszcze near Baranowicze.
Terezin, Camp 50.51069747195497
14.150047302246093
Baranowicze Area, forest
Baranowicze, Baranowicze County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.1323539498664
26.0252380371094
Baranowicze, Jewish cemetery
Dereczyn, Slonim County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.2478
24.9161
Dereczyn, vicinity
Wiszniew, Wolozyn County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
54.142792
26.23348
Galenovo, storage area In September 1942 1.350 Jews from the Wiszniew ghetto were murdered in a storage area near Galenovo village by Germans with the assistance of Belarusians. Some Jews were shot to death while others were burned to death in the storage area, which was set on fire by the Germans order to cover the traces of their crime.
Kleck, Nieswiez County, Nowogrodek District, Poland 53.063419
26.632231
ghetto
Horodyszcze, Baranowicze County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.3259519802294
26.0066986083984
Horodyszcze Area, forest
Horodyszcze, Baranowicze County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.3259519802294
26.0066986083984
Horodyszcze, vicinity At the beginning of May 1942 35 Jews from the Horodyszcze ghetto were shot to death by Germans at the Orthodox Church in the city.
In August 1942 100 Jewish craftsmen from Horodyszcze were shot to death by Germans at the local Orthodox Church.
Kleck, Nieswiez County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.063419
26.632231
Kleck Area, forest
Korelicze, Nowogrodek County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.568444
26.139933
Korelicze, vicinity At the end of August 1941 16 Jewish men from Korelicze who were accused of collaborating with the Soviets were shot to death by Germans in the Korelicze area.
Kozlowszczyzna, Slonim County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.3167
25.3000
Kozlowszczyzna, cemetery
Lachowicze, Baranowicze County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.041422
26.265914
Lachowicze Area, vicinity At the beginning of July 1941 82 Lachowicze Jews were shot to death in the area by Germans.

In the spring of 1943 the last Lachowicze Jews (10. max. 50) were taken 1 kilometer from the city and shot to death by Germans.
Lachowicze, Baranowicze County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.041422
26.265914
Lachowicze, city
Lachowicze, Baranowicze County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.041422
26.265914
Lachowicze, forest On the morning of June 28, 1941 Jewish males age 14 to 60 from Lachowicze were ordered to appear for forced labor. Nine young men were taken to the nearby forest, ostensibly to work there. However, they were accused of Communist activity, tortured, and then shot to death by Germans. When they did not return home, the German said that the young men had not yet completed their job. Only one month later was their fate discovered.
Lida, Lida County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.88815394128542
25.298080444335937
Lida, city On July 3, 1942 155 Lida Jews, mainly members of the intelligentsia, were shot to death by Germans and buried in pits
Lida, Lida County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
25.298080444335937 Lida, prison On May 2, 1942, after severe abuse, 98 members of the Jewish intelligentsia who were being held in of the Lida ghetto were shot to death by Germans in the city prison yard.
Lida, Lida County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.88815394128542
25.298080444335937
Lida, shooting range
Lida, Lida County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.88815394128542
25.298080444335937
Lida, vicinity On June 28, 1942 members of Einsatzgruppe B and Einsatzkommando 9, entered Lida. The Jewish members of the free professions were summoned. About 100 of the Jews were taken out of the city, humiliated, tortured, and then shot to death by Germans.

On July 8, 1942 120 Jewish doctors from the Lida psychiatric hospital were shot to death by Germans.
Lubcza, Nowogrodek County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.7500
26.0667
Lubcza, vicinity In July 1941, a few days after the German occupation began, 51 Lubcza Jews were taken out of town by members of SS and SD units and shot to death.

In April 1942 500 Jews from thef Lubcza ghetto, with the exception of those sent to other camps and ghettos, were taken out of town toward the west and shot to death by Germans with the assistance of Belarusians.
Mir, Stolpce County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.451981
26.469749
Mir, vicinity
Mir, Stolpce County, Nowogrodek District, Poland 53.451981
26.469749
Mir, vicinity On August 13, 1942 Germans liquidated the ghetto in Mir: hundreds of Jews were shot to death. On August 16 many other Jews who were hiding in the town and its vicinity were caught and murdered . Many of those who escaped to the forest also perished. The total number of victims was 550. Those Jews who managed to survive were absorbed into the partisan brigade of Bielski brothers or into Soviet partisan units.
Molczadz, Baranowicze County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
26.469749 Molczadz, plot
Niedzwiedzica, Baranowicze County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
52.9333
26.3000
Niedzwiedzica, forest
Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.517136
25.8235969
Nowogrodek, Closed Ghetto On August 7, 1942 about 500 Jews from the Novogrodek District out of 1,000 Jews who worked in the German army barracks were shot to death in the ghetto by Germans with the assistance of Belarusian, Lithuanian, and Estonian policemen.
Korelicze, Nowogrodek County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.568444
26.139933
Nowogrodek, former military base On August 18, 1941 an SS unit arrived in Korelicze. Its members collected the local Jewish men in the marketplace and separated from them 105 (max. 120) young men, according to the lists prepared by the Belarusian police. The young men were taken toward Novogrodek, ostensibly to work, but on the way they were shot to death by Germans at the barracks of a former military base near Nowogrodek.
Nowogrodek, Nowogrodek County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
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53.597496887788
25.8246517181396
Nowogrodek, Litowka
Nowogrodek, Nowogrodek County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
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53.597496887788
25.8246517181396
Nowogrodek, Minsk Street
Nowogrodek, Nowogrodek County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
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53.597496887788
25.8246517181396
Nowogrodek, The Barracks
Nowogrodek, Nowogrodek County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
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53.597496887788
25.8246517181396
Nowogrodek,Skrydlewo
Nowy Swierzen, Stolpce County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.4500
26.7333
Nowy Swierzen, Jewish cemetery On November 5, 1943 407 Nowy Swierzen Jews were taken by truck to a pit in the Jewish cemetery in the city, shot to death by German police and gendarmes from Stolpce, and buried.
Polonka, Baranowicze County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.142231
25.71121
Polonka, vicinity In Polonka a ghetto was set up and the situation of the local Jews worsened. On 18 April 1942 300 Jewish children and elderly people were shot to death several hundred meters from the town by Germans with the assistance of local policemen.
Polonka, Baranowicze County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.142231
25.71121
Polonka, vicinity
Radun, Lida County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
54.0533333
24.9938889
Radun, field In the spring of 1942 1.000 Radun Jews were assembled by Germans, with the assistance of Belarusian police, and, while being beat, were taken to a field west of the town. There they were shot to death and buried in pits.
Slonim, Slonim County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.093719
25.32464
Slonim, city
Slonim, Slonim County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.093719
25.32464
Slonim, city
Slonim, Slonim County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.093719
25.32464
Slonim, field In September 1941 60 Slonim Jews were taken for "special work" outside the city. They were forced to dig three large pits in a field near Czepielow village on the way to Baranowicze. When they finished their work, they were shot to death by Germans. The ghetto's inmates learned about their death only after some time.
Slonim, Slonim County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.093719
25.32464
Slonim, field
Slonim, Slonim County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.093719
25.32464
Slonim, forest
Slonim, Slonim County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.093719
25.32464
Slonim, forest
Slonim, Slonim County, Nowogrodek District, Poland 53.093719
25.32464
Slonim, ghetto Peasants from nearby villages looted the abandoned houses in the ghetto, taking things, including windows, doors, and even door frames.away in bags. The Germans brought the victims' clothes to Jewish tailors still alive in the ghetto and forced them to mend the items.
Slonim, Slonim County, Nowogrodek District, Poland 53.093719
25.32464
Slonim,vicinity The Germans deceitfully told the Jews who remained in town the lie that those who had actually been murdered had been sent to a work camp. Several Jewish families even received encouraging letters which some of the Jews were forced to write before they were shot. According to reports, the murder operation was carried out by local policemen whom the Germans first made drunk.
Stolowicze, Baranowicze County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.2166667
26.033
Stolowicze, forest
Stolpce, Stolpce County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.4786111
26.7475
Stolpce, city
Stolpce, Stolpce County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.4786111
26.7475
Stolpce, Jewish cemetery
Iwje, Lida County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.9346666668966
25.7752990722656
Stoniewicze Area, forest
Turzec, Stolpce County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.52206
26.31529
Turzec, Jewish cemetery
Turzec, Stolpce County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.52206
26.31529
Turzec, vicinity In October 1941 55 Turzec Jews, mostly young people, were arrested in the town and shot to death in the area by Germans.
Wasiliszki, Szczuczyn County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.780899
24.852171
Wasiliszki, cemetery On May 8, 1942 the Wasiliszki ghetto was sealed and on May 11, 1942 all of the 2.159 Jews of the ghetto were shot to death by Germans. The Jews were taken to pits in the town's cemetery, forced to undress, and shot to death with machineguns by German units from Lida with the assistance of local policemen.
Wiszniew, Wolozyn County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
54.142792
26.23348
Wiszniew, Jewish cemetery In August 1941 40 (max. 45) Jewish men from Wiszniew who were denounced by local residents as having been Soviet activists were shot to death by Germans in the local Jewish cemetery.
Wolozyn, Wolozyn County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
54.0867844850666
26.5299224853516
Wolozyn, barracks In October 1942 225 Wolozyn Jews, apparently only men, were shot to death by Germans with the assistance of local policemen, at the former Polish barracks in Wolozyn.
Wolozyn, Wolozyn County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
54.0867844850666
26.5299224853516
Wolozyn, Jewish cemetery
Wolozyn, Dubinskaya, street
Wolozyn, building
Wolozyn, Zeleny Plats, square
Wolozyn, Wolozyn County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
54.0867844850666
26.5299224853516
Wolozyn, storage area In January 1943 about 400 Wolozyn Jews were burned alive in a storage area in a suburb of Wolozyn by Germans with the assistance of Belarusians.
Worobjewicze, Nowogrodek County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.7
25.96
Worobjewicze, vicinity On August 8, 1942 635 Jews from the Worobjewicze ghetto were shot by Germans near Worobiewicze village in the pits that had been prepared there, Belarusian policemen beat to death any Jews who were still alive.
Woronowo, Lida County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
25.32584
54.15181
Woronowo, road On May 11, 1942 1.291 Jews from the Woronowo ghetto were shot to death by Germans, with the assistance of Belarusians, near the Lida-Woronowo road and buried in a mass grave there.
Zdzieciol, Nowogrodek County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.4651607023917
25.4058837890625
Zdzieciol, cemetery On August 6, 1942 Zdzieciol Jews were collected in the market area. The skilled workers were sent to a labor camp in Nowogrodek while the other 2.500 Jews were shot to death by Germans, with the assistance of Ukrainians, Lithuanians, Estonians, Poles, and Belarusians, in the new local cemetery and buried in pits prepared in advance.
Zdzieciol, Nowogrodek County, Nowogrodek District, Poland
53.4651607023917
25.4058837890625
Zdzieciol, forest