OZARINTSY: [OZARYNTSI, OZARINET, OZARYNCI] Mogilev-Podolsk district of Vinnitsa. OBLAST Print

aLTERNATE NAMES: OZARINTSY [RUS], OZARYNTSI AND Озаринці  [UKR], OZARINET [ROM], OZARYNCI,  . 48°32' N, 27°48' E, 6 miles N of Mohyliv-Podilskyy, 57 miles SSW of Vinnytsya. In Transnistria during WWII..1900 Jewish population: 994. אַזאַרעניץ

SOURCE with photos: - a village in Mogilev-Podolsk district of Vinnitsa. Known since the 15th century. In the 16-18 centuries. - Within the Commonwealth. Since 1793 - in the Russian Empire. In the 19th - early. 20. - Place the Mogilev district of Podolia. Ozarintsah In 1847 lived 989 Jews in 1889 - 775 (22% of the total population town), in 1897 - 994 (25%), in 1923 - 660. Since the late 1920s. - Ozarintsy become the center of Jewish national village council. Ozarintsah Jews lived in the 15th century. In the 18th century. here there was a Jewish cemetery in the early 19th century. synagogue was built. In 1863 there were already two synagogues in the early 20th century. - 3 synagogues. In 1919-20, the Jewish population suffered from Ozarinets 6 pogroms arranged bandits, military units of the Directory, the Volunteer Army and the Red Army.in the 1920s. Ozarintsah acted in illegal Zionist youth organization. In the 1920s and 30s. worked as a school in Yiddish. At the end of the 1920s. was created by the Jewish collective farm. Petrovsky.were closed in 1931 all three of the synagogue building placed under one club, the other two - storage space underneath. Ozarintsy In July 1941, occupied by German and Romanian. troops. July 19, 1941 killed 43 Jews, 26 July 1941 - 28 Jews. August 28, 1941 in the synagogue were burned alive 86 Jews. In Ozarintsah ghetto was established, which in November 1941., Except the locals, contained about 2000 Jews from Bessarabia and Bukovina.Most of the Jews of the ghetto died from hunger and disease. September 1, 1943. in Ozarintsah were only 40 Jews from Bessarabia and 47 - from Bukovina. March 17, 1944, before retreating Nazi troops in Ozarintsah was killed, another group of Jews. After the liberation of Jews returned to Ozarintsy. In 1944-45. Ozarintsah worked in schools in Yiddish. In 1970 Ozarintsah Jews lived 5. At the 2012 Jews in the former village of no ...Detailed photos

Aliza Greenblatt (1888-1975) - Yiddish poet, was born here. [Mar 2014]

CEMETERY:

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MASS GRAVES:

 

  • On July 21, 1941 all Jews in Ozarintsy were forced into a synagogue by Romanians. A few hours later, 43 Jewish men were taken to the Polish cemetery and shot to death.  [Mar 2014]
  • On July 25, 1941 Romanian soldiers ordered 28 Jews to lie on the ground and then stabbed the victims with their swords. The wounded Jews were shot to death and buried in the Jewish cemetery.  [Mar 2014]
  • On July 23, 1941 28 Jewish men were shot to death by Romanians in the Polish cemetery  [Mar 2014]

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated on Monday, 09 June 2014 13:44