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LUBONICHI

Valentina Aleksandrovna Oleinikova, born in 1939

I used to work as a teacher of history and collect historical information. However, I never dealt with the Jewish theme. Several years ago I received a letter from Bluma Beniaminovna Marshak, who was born in Lubonichi. She sent me a list of the Jews, who used to live in Lubonichi. She remembered the names of more than 40 people.


Татьяна Ивановна Солонович.
Tatiana Ivanovna Solonovich.

Tatiana Ivanovna Solonovich, 1924

At the age of 7 I was sent to work in the family of Zina Kaznelson, where I worked until the beginning of the war. One day, during the war, I approached their house, trying to go in. I saw policemen next to the houses. One of them told me that a punitive squad would soon arrive and it was dangerous to go in. I promised them I would only take a minute.

The last matseiva at the old Jewish cemetery in Lubonichi.
The last matseiva
at the old Jewish cemetery
in Lubonichi.

The family managed to escape into the woods. Later I found out they had been caught by Nazis.

Prepared by A. Litin, I. Shenderovich
Photos taken by I. Litin

Еврейское местечко под Минском




Jewish settlements in Mogilev region

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