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Subject: Holocaust Almanac: October Deportations to Belzec
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Organization: The Old Frog's Almanac, Vancouver Island, CANADA
Keywords: Belzec,Cracow,Galacia,Lublin

Archive/File: holocaust/poland/reinhard/belzec belzec.10
Last-modified: 1993/03/05

Deportations to Belzec - Districts of Lublin, Galacia & Cracow

Date of Deportation	Town			Number of Deportees
October 4		Lubycza Krolewska	  500
October 5		Czortkow		  500
October 5		Tluste			1,000
October-November	Annapol (via Krasnik)	1,900
October-November	Modliborzyce (via Krasnik)
October			Ulanow			1,100
October-November	Zakrzowek (via Krasnik) 1,100
October 8		Monasterzyska		  800
October 10		Mosciska		2,000
October 11		Kolomyya		4,000
October 17-18		Sambor			2,000
October 17-18		Stryj			2,000
October 18		Chodorow		  350
October 19		Chorostkow		2,200
October 20-22		Zbaraz			1,000
October 21		Bolechow		  400
October 21		Skalat			3,000
October 22		Sambor			2,000
September 21-October 26	Bukaczowce		  700
October 26		Bursztyn		1,400
October 28		Cracow			7,000
October 28		Kamionka-Strumilowa	hundreds
October 28		Sokal			2,500
October 29, 1942	Sandomierz		3,230
October 29		Zawichost		5,000
October 30		Podhajce		1,200
October			Sadowa Wisznia		  500
October (beginning)	Uhnow			2,000
			(via Rava Russkaya)
October			Lubaczow		2,000
October			Lopatyn			  400
October			Tartakow		  900
October			Witkow-Nowy		  160
October			Boryslaw		1,500
October (end)		Bolszowce		1,000


"An extremely valuable research study undertaken to establish the
timetable and number of deported Jews from the General Government and
to which death camp they were sent was carried out by Tatiana
Berenstein and published in Poland in the Biuletyn Zydowskiego
Instytutn Historycznego (Bulletin of the Jewish Historical Institute),
Warsaw, No. 3/1952, No. 21/1957, No. 59/1966, No. 61/1967. Another
source is the "Luach Hashoa (Holocaust Calendar) of Polish Jewry"
prepared by Rabbi Israel Schepansky and published by "Or Hamizrach,"
New York, 1974. A most important and more up to date source is the
Pinkas Hakebillot (Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities), Poland, Vol.
II, Eastern Galicia, and Vol. III, Western Galicia, published by Yad
Vashem, Jerusalem, in 1980 and 1984. The ... tables of the
deportations are based on all the aforementioned primary sources and
research studies."

Excerpted from....----------------------------------------------
BELZEC, SOBIBOR, TREBLINKA - the Operation Reinhard Death Camps
Indiana University Press - Yitzhak Arad, 1987. ISBN 0-253-3429-7

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