Photograph Albums
Sefer Vladimirets translation
Vladimirets Information
Vohlyn Region
Vladimirets Surname List
Accounting for Everyone
Family Stories & Writings

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The first Jew in Vladimirets came in the late 17th to early 18th Century.  On August 28th, 1942, all Jews were exterminated.  After the war, some drifted back, but left again quickly.  So we have a distinct timeframe of 1700 - 1942 that we can look at and say "this is our history in Vladimirets".

Vladimirets was a bit larger than other shtetls in the region, because the railroad stopped there, but it most ways, it was a typical shtetl.  Not a city.  Not rural.  Deeply connected to a web of other Jewish communities in the area and some far-flung. 

By understanding both Vladimirets itself and the time and place in which our ancestors lived, we can better understand our connections to it.


Vladimirets Main Page

Vladimirets Information

Information on the Volyn region

Accounting for Everyone

Map Collection

Vladimirets Street Map

Vladimirets & Regional Maps


Photographs from the Sefer Vladimirets

Other Pre-WWII photographs of Vladimirets

Vladimirets Today (1999, 2006, 2007)

Stories about Vladimirets

Sefer Vladimirets translations

Stories & Writings - non-yizkor book testimony & writings

Memories of Vladimirets - casual memories, usually just a snippet of something, or an answer to a question


Vladimirets - The Little Town that Gets Around (slideshow showing how the borders have continually changed around Vladimirets)

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