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Province:inne / stanisławowskie (before 1939)
County:rejon mikołajowski / bóbrecki (before 1939)
Community:Brzodowce / Brzozdowce (before 1939)
Other names:Берездівці [j. ukraiński]
בז'וזדובצה [j.hebrajski]
49.4555° N / 24.1510° E
49°27'19" N / 24°09'03" E


Adam Dylewski /

Berezdivtsi – a village in western Ukraine, Lviv Oblast, Mykolaiv Raion. It is located 24 km south-east of Mykolaiv, 60 km south of Lviv, 465 km south-east of Warsaw, in the valley of the Dniester (2 km away from the river itself).



Adam Marczewski

Widok ogólny miasteczka | Nieznany

In 1880, the village of Brzozdowce had 640 Jewish inhabitants who constituted 33.3% of the total population.

In September 1942, the Nazis transported the Jews from Brzozdowce to the Bełżec death camp.


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