Where is Poldarskij? #general
Deborah Long <debbietheteacher@...>
In a search of the Index of Soviet Repression, I came across this reference:
Place where repression occurred: Poldarskij
I've tried using Jewishgen's Townfinder --to no avail. In a Google search, it
appeared that the province is now called "Vologda."
I would appreciate any help in identifying this location and any resources about
the town's history during WWII.
GALAS of Lodz
DOBRZYNSKI of Lodz
HONIG/CHANEK of Jezow
Deborah Long wrote:
In a search of the Index of Soviet Repression, I came across this reference:Try the “The JewishGen Communities Database”
I would appreciate any help in identifying this location and anyVolodarsk-Volynskiy, Ukraine
Alternate names: Volodarsk-Volynskiy [Rus], Volodarsk, Kotozovo [Rus, 1912+],
Kutuzov-Volodarsk, Goroshki [Rus, before 1912], Horoshki [Yid], Horoszki [Pol]
Before WWI (c. 1900): Goroshki Zhitomir Volhynia Russian Empire
Between the wars (c. 1930): Volodarsk Vohlinskii Zhitomir Ukraine SSR Soviet Union
After WWII (c. 1950): Volodarsk Volynskiy Soviet Union
Today (c. 2000): Volodarsk-Volynskiy Ukraine
Jewish Population in 1900: 2,018
Is this the same place?
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