List of villages and towns depopulated of Jews during the Holocaust

List of villages and towns depopulated of Jews during the Holocaust

Below is a list of villages and towns depopulated of Jews during the Holocaust carried out under the Nazi regime during 1940-1945:

Belarus

*Antopol
*Berezino
*Chavusy
*Davyd-Haradok
*Hrodna
*Ivye
*Lakhva
*Lyubavichi
*Luniniec
*Minsk
*Motol
*Obech, Belarus
*Pinsk
*Polotsk
*Shklov
*Slonim
*Slutsk
*Vitebsk

Czech Republic

*Olomouc

Estonia

Hungary

Germany

Poland

*Baranów Sandomierski
*Bardijev
*Będzin
*Bełchatów
*Białobrzegi
*Białystok
*Bielsk-Podlaski
*Bircza
*Brody
*Brzeźnica
*Brzozów
*Bukowsko
*Bytom
*Chełm
*Chęciny
*Chmielnik
*Ciechanów
*Czeladź
*Częstochowa
*Czyżewo
*Dąbrowa Tarnowska
*Dąbrowa Górnicza
*Dębica
*Dukla
*Dynów
*Frysztak
*Gąbin
*Głogów Małopolski
*Głowaczów
*Głowno
*Gorlice
*Gostyńin
*Góra Kalwaria
*Grębów
*Grodzisk Mazowiecki
*Hrubieszów
*Iłża
*Inowłódz
*Iwaniska
*Jabłonka
*Janów Sokolski
*Jarosław
*Jasło
*Jedwabne
*Kamieńsk
*Kańczuga
*Kielce
*Kiernozia
*Kleczew
*Klimontów
*Knyszyn
*Kock
*Kolbuszowa
*Kolno
*Koprzywnica
*Korczyna
*Kozienice
*Kraków
*Krasnosielc
*Krosno
*Łańcut
*Łask
*Lelów
*Leżajsk
*Łódź
*Łomża
*Łosice
*Lubaczów
*Majdan Królewski
*Międzyrzec Podlaski
*Mielec
*Mińsk Mazowiecki
*Mława
*Mstów
*Mszczonów
*Niebylec
*Nowy Dwór
*Nowy Korczyn
*Nowy Sącz
*Nur
*Olkusz
*Opatów
*Opoczno
*Ostrołęka
*Ostrów Mazowiecka
*Ożarów
*Pabianice
*Pilica
*Pilzno
*Piotrków Trybunalski
*Płock
*Połaniec
*Przedecz
*Przemyśl
*Przeworsk
*Radom
*Radomsko
*Radomyśl Wielki
*Radziłów
*Radzyń Podlaski
*Ranizów
*Ropczyce
*Różan
*Rozwadów
*Rymanów
*Rzeszów
*Sanniki
*Sandomierz
*Sanok
*Sędziszów Małopolski
*Sejny
*Sidra
*Sławków
*Sochocin
*Sokołów Małopolski
*Sompolno
*Sosnowiec
*Staszów
*Strzyżów
*Supraśl
*Suwałki
*Szczebrzeszyn
*Szczuczyn
*Tarnobrzeg
*Tarnów
*Tyrawa Wołoska
*Tomaszów Mazowiecki
*Trochenbrod
*Trzcianne
*Tyczyn
*Tykocin
*Ulanów
*Warsaw
*Warta
*Wielkie Oczy
*Wizna
*Włoszczowa
*Wojsławice
*Wysokie Mazowieckie
*Wyszogród
*Zabłudów
*Żabno
*Zakroczym
*Zambrów
*Zduńska Wola
*Zelów
*Zgierz
*Żmigród Nowy
*Żołynia

Lithuania

*Jurbarkas
*Šiauliai
*Tavian
*Tryškiai
*Zasliai
*Vilnius

Romania

*Cluj-Napoca
*Gura Humorului
*Radevits

Ukraine

*Bar
*Bibrka
*Belz
*Berdychiv
*Berehove
*Berezhany
*Bila Tserkva
*Bolekhiv
*Boryslav
*Borzna
*Boiany
*Brody
*Bratslav
*Buchach
*Budaniv
*Bukachevtsy
*Burshtyn
*Chernihiv
*Chernivtsi
*Chernobyl
*Chortkiv
*Delyatin
*Derazhnia
*Dolyna
*Drohobych
*Dunaivtsi
*Gorodenka
*Husiatyn
*Horodok
*Hornostaypil
*Justingrad
*Kalynivka
*Kalush
*Kamianets-Podilskyi
*Khorostkiv
*Khotyn
*Komsomolske
*Kolki
*Kolomyia
*Korolevo
*Kopychintsy
*Kosiv
*Kovel
*Kremenets
*Kupel
*Lityn
*Letychiv
*Liuboml
*Lozisht
*Lvovo
*Lutsk
*Lwów
*Liubar
*Makariv
*Medzhybizh
*Melnytsia-Podilska
*Mikulints
*Mukachevo
*Murafa
*Nadvirna
*Nemyriv
*Nizhyn
*Novohrad-Volynskyi
*Olhopil
*Olesko
*Ottynia
*Ozeryany
*Pavoloch
*Pliskov
*Podgaytsy
*Pidkamin
*Pohrebysche
*Polonnoye
*Pomortsy
*Poninka
*Pryluky
*Probezhna
*Rachmastrivka
*Rava-Ruska
*Rohatyn
*Rivne
*Rozdol
*Rozhniativ
*Ruzhyn
*Sadagóra
*Sambir
*Savran
*Seletin
*Sharhorod
*Shchirets
*Shepetivka
*Shpykiv
*Shumskoye
*Skala-Podolska (Skala on the River Zbrucz)
*Skalat
*Skvyra
*Slavuta
*Snyatyn
*Snitkov
*Sosnovoye
*Starokonstinntyniv
*Stepan
*Storozhynets
*Stryi
*Sukhostav
*Tarashcha
*Teofipol
*Tetiev
*Terebovlya
*Tlumach
*Tluste
*Trostyanets
*Trochinbrod
*Tuchin
*Ulashkovtse
*Uman
*Uzhhorod
*Verkhny Bystryi
*Vishnevets
*Volochisk
*Voynilov
*Vyzhnytsia
*Yavoriv
*Yablanov
*Yagelnitsa
*Zabolotov
*Zbarazh
*Zalishchyky
*Zhmerynka
*Zhovkva
*Zhydachiv
*Zinkiv
*Zlatopol
*Zolochiv

ee also

*List of villages depopulated during the Arab-Israeli conflict

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