Budzanow, Poland (now Budaniv, Ukraine)

Prior to World War Two, there were 1,200 Jews in Budzanow. The Red Army entered Budzanow on 17 September 1939, the Germans entered the town on 2 July 1941. Only 18 Jewish residents of Budzanow survived by the time the town was liberated by the Russians on 23 March 1944.

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