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Minkovt'sy, Ukraine

Minkovitz (Yiddish)

Minkowce [Pol],Myn'kivtsi [Ukr], Myn'kivci

Lat: 48 51' N, Long: 27 06'E



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Compiled by Barbara Ellman

Updated: Aug, 2021

Copyright 2015
Barbara Ellman



            Holocaust


        

                                Murder site: GLUBOCHEK, road

                        In the morning of August 30, 1942 all of the Jews of Minkovtsy were assembled in the town square and then taken to a
                        pit that had been dug 1.5 kilometers east of the town on the road to Glubochek village.

                        There 1,840 (max. 2,200) Jews were shot to death by Germans with the assistance of Ukrainian policemen.


                              The Untold Stories 

                                                                           Yad Vashem

                        

                                               EternalLight

                                 But our everlasting candle
                                    the candle of the spirits of our sacred ancestors
                                       will burn in our hearts forever

Landmanshaft Memorial

                    Memorial erected by the  Ind. Minkovitzer Padolier Society in its cemetery plot at the Beth David Cemetery, Elmont, Nassau, NY

              Minkovitz Yizkor Book

      
The following photos were taken some time in the 1970s at one of the Yarzheits  held in Minkovitz.  Most of the people in the photos were at the time living in Lviv or Israel.



Sonia and Mendel are Bekelmans

















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