SHINDELMAN KOWITT (ESK)
49°55' N /27°45' E
205 km WSW of
Kyyiv, 47 miles WSW of Zhytomer,
37 miles W of Berdychiv, 17 miles SE of Polonnoye
Personal Memoirs and Testimonies
of Lev BILICH on Yad Vashem website, born
in Lyubar in 1926, regarding his experiences
during the evacuation, 1941-1945.
- Untitled poem by Boris (Lyusik) DEKHTYAR about the mass gravesite in
Lyubar. Written in September 1991 and
published in Ukrainian for a Lyubar newspaper by
Roza PRIVEN. Translated from Russian by
KAPER's "Thorny Road"
from Nothing is Forgotten, Jewish Fates in
Kiev 1941-1943. Pages 252-305. Published in
three languages 1993, Germany. Yakov KAPER was born in Lyubar
and was one of 18 survivors (only 5 were
Jewish) at "Babi Yar" in Kiev. He testified at
- There is a survivor account in
the volume of survivor
testimonies edited by Boris Zabarko, Zhivymi
tol’ko my: Svidetel’stva i dokumenty
(Kiev: Zadruga, 1999), pp.
Central Database of Shoah Victim's Names for
Pages of Testimony about Lyubar Jews.