The Pinsk massacre was the mass execution of thirty-five Jewish residents of
Pinsk on April 5, 1919 by the Polish Army. The event occurred during the opening
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Pinsk (Belarusian: Пі́нск, Pinsk; Łacinka: Pinsk, Russian: Пи́нск, Pinsk; Ukrainian
ShtetLinks site for the former Jewish Shtetl of Pinsk, Belarus.
Pinsk (with Karolin) was in the uyezdny gorod volost' (courtesy of Vitaly Charny);
The surname KITAISKY was found in the Vedomosti records (1870s-1890s) for ...
This document and many others pertaining to the Jews of Pinsk in 1939–1943,
can be found in the State Archives of the Brest District3 and its branch in Pinsk, ...
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 ...
I know you're telling me you're going to Minsk because you want me to think that
you're really going to Pinsk. But it so happens that I know you really are going ...
Pinsk is the centre of the Pinsk district, Brest region, situated at the confluence of
the Pina and Prypiac' rivers, 175 km East of Brest, a station on the railway line ...
Jul 29, 2013 ... I have just read almost a thousand pages of the two-volume history of The Jews
of Pinsk published by Stanford University Press. It is translated ...
Aug 9, 2013 ... In 1506, three Jews were the progenitors of the Jewish community of Pinsk,
which would constitute 70 percent of the city's population on the ...