Alternate names: Iwye [Bel], Ivye [Rus], Iwje [Pol], Ivia [Yid], Ivija [Lith], Iwia, Iwie, Ivie, Iv'ye, Iŭe, Iŭje, Russian: Ивье. Belarusian: Іўе. Yiddish: אייוויע. Located at 53°56' N, 25°46' E in former Lida uezd, Vilna guberniya and Grodno guberniya, 19 miles E of Lida, 23 miles N of Navahrudak (Nowogródek), former Lida uyezd, Vilna-Grodno guberniya. Before WWI part of the Russian Empire, 1921- 1939 part of Poland, 1939-1941 part of the Soviet Union, 1944 - 1990s part of the Soviet Union. Town images (including cemetery) and links. 1900 Jewish population: 573. Yizkor Book: Sefer Zikaron le-kehilat Iwie (Tel Aviv, 1968) Yizkor and Yizkor Book [October 2000] Shtetlink.
Cemetery: photos of mass grave of 220 Jews executed on the 2 August 1941 and mass grave of 2744 Jews executed in 1942. [March 2009]
photos. [February 2010]
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