BELILOVKA I: US Commission No. UA05450101
Alternate names: Belilovka (Yiddish), Bialolowka (German) and Bilolowka (Hungarian). Belilovka is located in Zhitomirskaya at 49º41 25º20, 20 km from Puzhin and 64 km from Vinnitsa. Cemetery: Shevchenko St., SW. Present town population is 1,000-5,000 with no Jews.
Kogan Leonid of Novograd-Volynskiy, Lenina St., 107,apt.42. [Ph: (04141) 54259] visited site on 13/07/1995 and interviewed Schiglik Mikhail Yakovlevich of Ruzhin, Zhitomirskaya St., 2a. He completed survey on 02/08/1995. Documentation: Jewish Encyclopedia .
BELILOVKA II: US Commission No. UA05450501
The unlandmarked 1941 mass grave for Hasidic Jews of town is located at near Rostavitsa rail station. Between fields and woods, the isolated flat land has no sign or marker but has markings. Reached by turning directly off a public road, access is open to all. A continuous fence with no gate surrounds the mass grave, 1-20 stones, in original location and none toppled, removed, or broken, date from 1960. The mass grave has metal fences around graves. The municipality owns the property only used for mass burial site. Adjacent properties are agricultural. The mass grave boundaries are larger now than 1939. Rarely, private Jewish or non-Jewish visitors and local residents visit. This mass grave was not vandalized. Local/municipal authorities and Jewish individuals within country erected stones in 1960. Now, there is occasional clearing or cleaning by individuals. Moderate threat: uncontrolled access and vandalism. Slight threat: weather erosion, pollution, vegetation, and proposed nearby development.
Kogan Leonid of Novograd-Volynskiy, Lenina St., 107, Apt.42. [Ph: (04141) 54259] visited site on 2/8/95 and interviewed Schiglik Mikhail Yakovlyevich of Ruzhin, Zhitomirskaya St., 2a on 13/07/1995. He completed survey on 02/08/1995.