Novomarivka | Dnipropetrovsk

/ Vasyliy Z. remembers that there were about 30 Jewish families living in Malaya Kalynivka © Miguel Maldonado -Yahad-In Unum Zhanna Z. remembers that her school teacher was put into a column because she looked like a Jew, but then released   © Miguel Madonado -Yahad-In Unum Ivan K. showing the place of the shooting    © Miguel Madonado -Yahad-In Unum The team conducting an interview with Zhanna Z. © Miguel Madonado -Yahad-In Unum The team conducting an interview with Ivan K., a witness of the shooting of Jews     © Miguel Madonado -Yahad-In Unum

Execution of Jews in Novomarivka

1 Execution site(s)

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Witness interview

Ivan K. : "Around the third day after the arrival of the Germans, a car came with an officer and policemen. They did not do anything towards the Ukrainians. But they said to the Jews that they would be deported to another country and that they had to gather their belongings." (Witness N°1053 interviewed in December, 2010)

Historical note

Novomarivka is a small village situated between the cities of Dnipropetrovsk and Krivyi Rih.  The village was under German occupation between 1941 and 1943.

Holocaust by bullets in figures

Jews coming from different Jewish agricultural colonies, like Malaya Kalynivka, were shot in a ravine close to the village of Novomarivka. Then the bodies were burned by the executioners.

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