The Nizkor Project

Shattered!
50 Years of Silence

History and Voices
of the Tragedy in Romania and Transnistria

An Index of Transnistria Camps


Listings of many of the Transnistria camps as published in Transnistria, by Dora Litani:

Alexandrovka Chanovka Mala-Kiriuka Slivina
Ananiev Clocotma Manikovka Slidi
Acmecetca Crivoie-Ozero Maronovka Scazinets
Arva Crijopol Moghilev Tatarovka
Balanovca Chimasovca Molochnia Tulchin
Balta Crasnoje Mostovoi Tivriv
Balki Djurin Murafa Tiraspol
Bar Dimidovka Mishkovka Trostinets
Bogdanovka Derebchin Nesterovka Verhovka
Budi Domaniovka Nicolaevka Tropova
Bondarovca Dabasari Nimrats Tridubi
Bukov Frunza Obodovka Trihati
Byrzula Golta Odessa Tsibuliovka
Brailovka Gorai Ozarinets Vazdovka
Britovka Grabivts Olgopol Vapniarka
Bershad Grosulovo Oleanitsa Vitovka
Bricheni Hrinovka Ostia Voroshilovka
Chetvartinovka Halchintsi Pavlovka Vigoda
Chernevts Israilivka Popivits Vladislavka
Cazachiovka Iampol Pancovka Verhovka
Capustani Laroga Pechiora Vaslinivo
Capusterna Larshev Rybnitsa Vendicheni
Cariera de Piatra Kosolovka Raschtadt Varvarovka
Carlovka Kopaigorod Savrani Zabokirit
Cariscov Ladijn Sumiliva Zatisia
Codima Lohova Shargorod Zemrinka
Cuzmints Lozova Suha-Balka
Conotcauts Luchinets Stanislovchek
Cucavka Luchinik Stefanka
Some of the German camps east of the River Bug:
Bratlav Gaisin Narajevka Talalaievka
Bogokov Ivangorod Nimierov Taplik
Berezovka Ivangorod 1 Nicolaev Zarodnitsa
Chiookov Mateevka Ordovka
Corievka Michailovka Seminka


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