|VOLODYMYR VOLYNSKYY: Volyn|
Alternate names: Volodymyr Volynskyy, Володимир-Волинський [Ukr], Vladimir Volynskiy, Владимир-Волынский. [Rus], Włodzimierz Wolynski [Pol], Ludmir, לודמיר [Yid], Lodomeria [Lat], Ladmir, Lodmer, Ludomir, Vladimir Volinski, Vladzimyrz, Włodzimierz, Wladimir, Wladimir Wolynsk, Wolodymyr-Wolynskyj. 50°51' N, 24°20' E, Center of Volhynia, in NW Ukraine. 1900 Jewish population: 5,869.
Wikipedia [July 2012]
Pinkas Ludmir; sefer zikaron le-kehilat Ludmir (Tel Aviv, 1962).
Following the Nazi-Soviet Pact the city was seized by Soviet forces in 1939; in 1941 it was seized by Germany. During World War II, a German concentration camp was located near the city.
Cemetery: "There was no progress in the resolution of the long-running dispute over the use of a Jewish cemetery in the Volyn Oblast town of Volodymyr-Volynsky. Local Jewish groups complained that the Ministry of Justice continued to refuse to help resolve this dispute." Source. [August 2010]"A local court ordered a halt in the construction of an apartment building at the site of an old Jewish cemetery in Volodymyr Volynsky. However, according to the Secretary of the Volodymyr-Volynsky Municipal Council, apartment construction was completed during the year and 90 percent of the units were occupied." Source [July 2012]
On June 22, 2012, an informational display was installed at Pyatydyny Village of the Vladimir-Volynsk region, next to a memorial to the 25,000 Jews from Volodymyr-Volynsky at the hands of invading Nazis and their local collaborators. [July 2012]
Holocaust: source [July 2012]
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