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Last updated September 23, 2012

Schedrin 2008: Photos

Simon W. Rabkin, reprinted by permission

 


These photos were taken on my 2008 trip to Schedrin.

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1. This is the monument to the Jews of Schedrin who perished in 1941. The iron fence protects the area.

1. This is the monument to the Jews of Schedrin who perished in 1941. The iron fence protects the area.

 

2. This area is immediately outside of the fence. This is an unprotected area and the tracks from a vehicle on the road is shown on the right as well as an old tomb stone in the distance.

2. This area is immediately outside of the fence. This is an unprotected area and the tracks from a vehicle on the road is shown on the right as well as an old tomb stone in the distance.

 

3 An old weathered tombstone on the ground near vehicle tracks.

3 An old weathered tombstone on the ground near vehicle tracks.

 

4 Another an old weathered tombstone.

4 Another an old weathered tombstone.

 

5 A tombstone with some Hebrew script.

5 A tombstone with some Hebrew script.

 

6 This shows an area that has had vehicles clearing the ground with a tombstone on the ground.

6 This shows an area that has had vehicles clearing the ground with a tombstone on the ground.

 

7 Another weathered tombstone.

7 Another weathered tombstone.

 

8 A house on the main road that runs through Schedrin

8 A house on the main road that runs through Schedrin

 

9 The wood in the backyard of a house

9 The wood in the backyard of a house

 

10 An old woman in front of an old house on the main road in Schedrin

10 An old woman in front of an old house on the main road in Schedrin

 

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