Sunday, December 1, 2013

DROBITSKY YAR MASSACRE

DROBITSKY YAR MASSACRE

http://www.drobytskyyar.org/ This is the official website of the memorial complex “Drobitsky Yar” (in Russian)

Map of Kharkov--April 1942 http://www.drobytskyyar.org/index.php?zpar=map&form_page=1322

This is an alphabetical list (Russian alphabet) with many, many names. 

>click on a surname: information appears about individuals with that last name. >Click on  “archival information” (white oblong box): Archival information, including Fond, inventory #, Case #, List #, etc. appears, with names, dates, address, former address, profession, last job, passport #,etc.

You can search by surname, first name, patronymic, age, residence, profession. All information is not available for every name.

You can easily use an automatic translator, such as the one that is available with Google Chrome.

EX.
Kharkiv Regional State Archives:
Fond # R2982, Inv. # 6, Case #: 54, List: 33

AIZENSHTEIN Golda Haimovna:
Female, b. 1902, place of birth-Melitopol, Nationality: Jewess
Address: Kharkiv, In. Zip, Building 13, Apt 6
Living in Kharkov since when?  1917, At this address: 1941
Previous Address: Kharkov, Rudnev Sq., 5
Profession: dressmaker, Last job: Third garment factory
Passport #: Cholesterol (???) # 644155

There are four Aizenshteins listed.


Some of the names include:

Abel, Abo, Aizenstat, Averbuch, Arnopolin, Ass, Ahrina, Ashkenezer

Berman, Bawer, Brandler, Balter, Brenshteyn, Brooke, Bialy, Berlyand

Weiser, Vladimir, Weiner, Bugloss, Weisberg, Wacker, Volyn, Wenger

Gabay, Gorenstein, Ginson, Garbin, Gatlin, Huberman, Goetz-Bimbad

Druck, Dogelman, Drabkin, Dimant,  Dissin, Draiman, Drigant, Deglin

Evelevich, Evelson, Elyash, Egorova, Eromitsky, Elizavetskaya

Zhevlever, Zhigalin, Zhegalin, Zhidovetsky

Zilberman, Zbar, Zebel, Zisilman, Zaets, Ziskind, Zajc, Zamsky, Zeldis

Ivry, Idlin, Itkin, Israel, Itkin, Ioddw, Izrailevich, Yonten, Imhanitsky

Kagan, Kissin, Klar, Kleiman, Kaminsky, Kaplan, Kritser, Katznelson, Koeman

Ladyzhenski, Libenson, Lieberman, Langman, Libkind, Lapshin, Lundin, Levin

Magazinnik, Mintz, Meisel, Malkin, Mitler, Meldelian, Margolin, Mereynes, Muniz

Namoyter, Nenad, Nog, Nudelman-Holstein, Nous, Nemirovsky, Neumann, Novak

Obstbaum, Okslender, Oguz, Orlov, Ozick, Olinevich, Ossetian, Odessa, Olitsky

Poliakin, Pischik, Pomeranz, Pevzner, Pecker, Perlin, Pickman,  Pinson, Peng

Relin, Rabinfayn, Ronin, Raiskin, Reich,  Rayheis, Reizan, Rachlin, Rac, Rekitor

Savran, Sorokin, Sandler, Sribner, Skrypit, Seaver, Sima, Sokolov, Sinai, Sitnikov

Tabakmaher, Temkin, Taicher, Trine, Trachtenberg, Tolchin, Tiberias, Tuchman

Urinko, Utevsky, Uman, Umansky, Uschenko, Usvatova

Yablovker, Yampolsky, Jacobson, Yahkind, Jancker, Yahmiel, Yashin, Yalina, Yavich

Please check the website for further information.

For a “newsreel” of Drobitsky Yar , go to: http://www.drobytskyyar.org/index.php?form_page=11

It is in Russian, but speaks for itself.