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Ghettoes established by Nazis in Poland

Details about the biggest ghettoes:

ghetto - town
dates: founded, liquidated
estimated population
Ghetto in Bedzin (Bendzin, Bendin)
July 1940 - August 1943
7,000 Jews
Ghetto in Bialystok (Belostok, Bialistok) July 1941 - August 1943 50,000 Jews
Ghetto in Bochnia March 1941 - September 1943 15,000 Jews
Ghetto in Czestochowa (Chenstochov, Tshenstokhov) April 1941 - October 1942 48,000 Jews
Ghetto in Grodno November 1941 - March 1943 25,000 Jews
Ghetto in Hrubieszów May 1942 - September 1943 10,000 Jews
Ghetto in Kielce (Keltz, Kilts, Kelts) April 1941 - March 1942 27,000 Jews
Ghetto in Krakow (Cracow, Krakau, Kroke) March 1941 - March 1943 24,000 Jews
Ghetto in Kutno June 1940 - March, April 1942 7,000 Jews
Ghetto in Lodz (Litzmannstadt) February 1940 - August 1944 200,000 Jews
Ghetto in Lublin March 1940 - April 1942 30,000 Jews
Ghetto in Nowy Sacz (Novi Sontzh) August 1941 - August 1942 20,000 Jews
Ghetto in Ostrowiec Swietokrzyski (Ostrovtse, Ostrovitz, Ostrovitze) February 1941 - 1943 16,000 Jews
Ghetto in Przemysl (Premishla, Premisle, Pshemishl) July 1942 - September 1943 22,000 Jews
Ghetto in Radom (Rodem) March 1941 - August 1942 32,000 Jews
Ghetto in Rzeszow (Rayshe, Reichshof, Zheshuv) January 1942 - August 1942 25,000 Jews
Ghetto in Sosnowiec (Sosnovice, Sosnovitz) October 1942 - August 1943 12,000 Jews
Ghetto in Tarnow (Tarnov, Tarnuv, Torne) February 1942 - September 1943 40,000 Jews
Ghetto in Tomaszów Mazowiecki (Tomashov Ravski) December 1940 - November 1942 20,000 Jews
Ghetto in Warszawa (Warsaw, Varshe, Warschau) November 1940 - May 1943 450,000 Jews


 
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