Pinsk is a city in Belarus, in the Polesia region, traversed by the river Pina, at the
confluence of the Strumen and Pripyat rivers. The region was known as the ...
The Holocaust and the Destruction of the Jews of Pinsk (4.7.41-23.12.42). On the
4<sup>th</sup> of July 1941, the Nazi-German army conquered Pinsk. It was the first large ...
Two rival businessmen meet in the Warsaw train station. "Where are you going?"
says the first man. "To Minsk," says the second. "To Minsk, eh? What a nerve ...
According to the Encyclopedia of the Holocaust, there were about 30,000 Jews in
Pinsk in early 1941. After the German occupation, in 1942 a ghetto was ...
Jul 20, 2007 ... At the beginning of the sixteenth century, Pinsk was the capital of a semi-
autonomous Russian princedom. At that time its population numbered ...
The charter of the Pinsk Jewish community was granted in 1506 by Prince
Feodor Jaroslawicz to Josko Meirowicz, Pesaḥ Ezofowicz, and Abraham
The Pinsk Jewish community was established in 1506, when the prince in that
area ... Much of the history of the Jews under Nazi occupation in Pinsk was
A Jewish genealogy site dedicated to the memory of the Jews exterminated and
displaced from the Belarusian Shtetls, including Pinsk, by the Nazis.
Oct 15, 2015 ... Pinsk is a city found in Brest, Belarus. It is located 52.12 latitude and 26.10
longitude and it is situated at elevation 139 meters above sea level.
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