Deportations of Jews to the Lublin District During the Holocaust

INDEX/TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Introduction
Transports of Prisoners of War to the Lublin District
Transports from Austria to the Lublin District
Transports from Czechoslovakia to the Lublin District
Transports from France to the Lublin District
Transports from Germany to the Lublin District
Transports from Netherlands to the Lublin District
Transports from Krakow to the Lublin District Cities
Transports from City of Lublin to the Lublin District Cities
Transports from Poland to the Lublin District Cities
Transports from Poland to the Lublin District Labor Camps
Additional Transports to the Lublin District
Transports from Slovakia to the Lublin District
Transports from Ukraine to the Lublin District
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INTRODUCTION

During the Holocaust, Jews and other oppressed groups were sent to transit camps, where they were used for slave labor, before ultimately being sent to their deaths in gas chambers at various locales in Europe. These were the Lublin killing centers.

The
Lublin district of Poland was used by the Germans as a resettlement area for Germanic individuals in Europe. Jewish slave laborers were used not only to boost the German economy, but also to establish the "Eastern Wall" border between the General Gouvernement and the Soviet Union. Many Jews from Austria, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia, France, Germany, Moravia, Netherlands, Slovakia Ukraine, and elsewhere were deported to the Lublin district of Poland.

Most of those deported to these sadistic camps had little chance of survival due to the primitive and crowded living conditions, disease infestation, and demand for slave labor. The vast majority -- those souls deported to Sobibor and Belzec death camps -- were murdered within two hours of their arrival. They knew nothing about their destination, or the fate awaiting them.


Map of Europe during the Holocaust.

Below is a listing of the known transports from Europe to the Lublin district of Poland. The listing is by no means complete. Especially missing is a list of comprehensive transports from parts of Poland to the Lublin district. The Lublin district's main death camps were Majdanek, Belzec and Sobibor, but there was also a comprehensive sub-camp and labor camp network used to prop up the German economy.

TRANSPORTS OF PRISONERS OF WAR TO LUBLIN DISTRICT:

Transports of POWs to the Lublin District
From
Deported To
Final Destination
Unknown number of Jewish prisoners from Stalag IIB in HammersteinDeported to Lublin in December 1939Murdered on transport to Biala Podlaska Airfield
100 Jewish prisoners from unknown localeDeported to Lublin district in December 1939Murdered near Wlodawa
~250 Jewish prisoners from unknown localeDeported to Lublin district in January 1940Murdered in Julipol near Parczew
~250 Jewish prisoners from unknown localeDeported to Lublin district in January 1940Murdered in Niedzwiedzice near Lubartow
459 Jewish prisoners from unknown localeDeported to Lublin district in January 1940Murdered en route to Biala Podlaska
627 Jewish prisoners from unknown localeDeported to Lublin district in February 1940Murdered en route to Biala Podlaska


TRANSPORTS FROM AUSTRIA TO LUBLIN DISTRICT:

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TRANSPORTS FROM CZECHOSLOVAKIA TO LUBLIN DISTRICT:

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TRANSPORTS FROM FRANCE TO LUBLIN DISTRICT:

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TRANSPORTS FROM GERMANY TO LUBLIN DISTRICT:

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TRANSPORTS FROM NETHERLANDS TO LUBLIN DISTRICT:

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Transports to Sobibor


TRANSPORTS FROM KRAKOW TO LUBLIN DISTRICT CITIES:

Municipal Transports from Krakow to Lublin District
From
Deported To
Final Destination
Unknown number of Jews from KrakowDeported to Lukowa near Tarnogrod in 1940Belzec Death Camp
~250 Jews from KrakowDeported to Siedliszcze in 1940Sobibor Death Camp
50 Jews from KrakowDeported to Belz in November, 1940Belzec Death Camp
100 Jews from KrakowDeported to Dubienka in November, 1940Sobibor Death Camp
50 Jews from KrakowDeported to Grabowiec in November, 1940Sobibor Death Camp
90 Jews from KrakowDeported to Uchanie in November, 1940Sobibor Death Camp
200 Jews from KrakowDeported to Zaklikow in November, 1940Belzec Death Camp
120 Jews from KrakowDeported to Biskupice in December, 1940Belzec or Sobibor Death Camps
2,000 Jews from KrakowDeported to Chelm in December, 1940Sobibor Death Camp
200 Jews from KrakowDeported to Glusk in December, 1940
?
265 Jews from KrakowDeported to Lublin in December, 1940Majdanek Death Camp
120 Jews from KrakowDeported to Piaski in December, 1940Sobibor Death Camp
51 Jews from KrakowDeported to Puchaczow in December, 1940Sobibor Death Camp
140 Jews from KrakowDeported to Rejowiec in December, 1940Sobibor Death Camp
80 Jews from KrakowDeported to Swierze in December, 1940Sobibor Death Camp
75 Jews from KrakowDeported to Uhrusk in December, 1940Sobibor Death Camp
500 Jews from KrakowDeported to Wlodawa in December, 1940Sobibor Death Camp
360 Jews from KrakowDeported to Belzyce in February, 1941Various Camps
107 Jews from KrakowDeported to Piotrowice in February, 1941
?
600 Jews from KrakowDeported to Podedworze Opole in March, 1941Treblinka Death Camp
203 Jews from KrakowDeported to Chodel in March, 1941Poniatowa Death Camp (Aktion Erntefest)
262 Jews from Krakow Deported to Bychawa in February and March, 1941Belzec Death Camp
~650 Jews from KrakowDeported to Rejowiec in 1941Various Labor Camps, Chelm District
300 Jews from KrakowDeported to Hrubieszow in November, 1941Sobibor Death Camp
1,200 Jews from KrakowDeported to Piaski Transit Ghetto in December, 1942
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TRANSPORTS FROM CITY OF LUBLIN TO CITIES IN LUBLIN DISTRICT:

Transports from Lublin to Cities in Lublin District
From
Deported To
Final Destination
495 Jews from LublinDeported to Belzyce in March, 1941Various Camps
370 Jews from LublinDeported to Chodel in March, 1941Poniatowa Death Camp (Aktion Erntefest)
200 Jews from LublinDeported to Czemierniki in March, 1941Sobibor Death Camp
470 Jews from LublinDeported to Fajslawice in March, 1941Sobibor Death Camp
470 Jews from LublinDeported to Lubartow in March, 1941Belzec Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from LublinDeported to Michow in March, 1941Sobibor Death Camp
200 Jews from Lublin Deported to Ostrow Lubelski in March, 1941Belzec and Sobibor Death Camps
930 Jews from LublinDeported to Rejowiec in March, 1941Various Camps
3,200 Jews from LublinDeported to Sosnowica in March, 1941Sobibor Death Camp
400 Jews from LublinDeported to Turobin in March, 1941Belzec Death Camp
320 Jews from LublinDeported to Wysokie in March, 1941Sobibor Death Camp
200 Jews from LublinDeported to Zolkiewka in March, 1941Belzec or Sobibor Death Camps
Unknown number of Jews from LublinDeported to Firlej, Izbica, and Tyszowce in March, 1941Sobibor Death Camps
200 Jews from Lublin and WawolnicaDeported to Kurow in March and April, 1941Sobibor Death Camp
250 Jews from Lublin Deported to Siennica Rozana in April, 1941Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Lublin Deported to Parczew and Zaklikow in April, 1941Various Camps


TRANSPORTS FROM POLAND TO LUBLIN DISTRICT CITIES:

Municipal Transports from Poland to Lublin District
From
Deported To
Final Destination
Unknown number of Jews from LubartowDeported to Firlej Ghetto in October, 1939Belzec and Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from LublinDeported to Firlej Ghetto in October, 1939Belzec and Sobibor Death Camp
500 Jews from Lubartow Deported to Ostrow Lubelski in November, 1939Redeported to Lubartow
500 Jews from Poznan Deported to Ostrow Lubelski in November, 1939Belzec and Sobibor Death Camps
300 Jews from Jozefow nad Wisla Deported to Opole Lubelski in December, 1939Sobibor Death Camp
1,000 Jews from ChelmForced march to Sokal and Belz in December, 1939Death march
1,000 Jews from HrubieszowForced march to Sokal and Belz in December, 1939Death march
2,500 Jews from Pulawy Forced march to Opole Lubelski in December, 1939Death march
180 Jews from Wlocawek Deported to Szczebrzeszyn in December, 1939Various Labor Camps, Chelm District
1,139 Jews from KoloDeported to Izbica Transit Camp on December 12, 1939Belzec Death Camp
880 Jews from Lipowa 7 (Lublin)Forced march to Lubartow and Parczew in January, 1940Death march
Unknown number of Jews from Pulawy Deported to Ryki in early 1940Sobibor and Majdanek Death Camps
Unknown number of Jews from Pulawy Deported to Baranow in early 1940Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Pulawy Deported to Konskowola in early 1940Sobibor Death Camp
unknown number of Jews from LodzDeported to ZamoscBelzec Death Camp
unknown number of Jews from WloclawekDeported to ZamoscBelzec Death Camp
500 Jews from CzestochowaDeported to Hrubieszow in August, 1940Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Mlawa districtDeported to Czemierniki and Wisznice in December, 1940
?
100 Jews from Mlawa districtDeported to Kamionka in December, 1940Belzec Death Camp
1,000 Jews from CiechanowDeported to Lubartow in December, 1940Belzec and Treblinka Death Camps
245 Jews from Blaszki (Kalisz)Deported to Konstantynow in December, 1940
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Unknown number of Jews from Glowno Deported to Izbica Transit Ghetto in 1940Belzec Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Czestochowa and LodzDeported to Izbica Transit Ghetto Belzec Death Camp
800 Jews from MielecDeported to Dubienka Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from KockForced march to Radzyn Podlaski in 1940Death march
40 Jews from MlawaDeported to Sosnowica in January, 1941Belzec Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Kamionka and TarlowDeported to Lubartow in March 1941Belzec Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Kolo, Konin, and RzgowDeported to Izbica Transit Ghetto on March 10, 1941Belzec Death Camp
~1,000 Jews from Krakow and LublinDeported to Parczew Ghetto in March and April, 1941 Treblinka Death Camp
248 Jews from Wloclawek and LodzDeported to Krasnobrod in April, 1941Belzec Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Zelechow and PulawyDeported to Ryki in 1941Majdanek or Sobibor Death Camps
Unknown number of Jews from WawolnicaDeported to Opole Lubelski and Kurow in April 1941Various Camps
Unknown number of Jews from WawolnicaDeported to Urzedow in May 1941Belzec Death Camp
78 Jews from CzestochowaDeported to Zamosc in May 1941Belzec Death Camp
400 Jews from ZamoscDeported to Komarow in April, 1941Murdered at Komarow
700 Jews from CzechoslovakiaDeported to Komarow in 1941Belzec Death Camp
200 Jews from Kolo, Lodz, Sierpiec, and WloclawekDeported to Komarow in 1941Belzec Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from LodzDeported to Krasnobrod in spring 1941Belzec Death Camp
2,500 Jews from Kazimierz Dolny Deported to Opole Lubelski in spring, 1941Poniatowa Death Camp (Aktion Erntefest)
3,141 Jews from Konin DistrictDeported to Lublin, Jozefow, and Izbica in March, 1941Various places
100s of Jews from LaszczowDeported to GrabowiecSobibor Death Camp
300 Jews from Kazimierz Dolny Deported to Opole Lubelski in June, 1941Naleczow Labor Camp
~650 Jews from LublinDeported to Rejowiec in 1941Various Labor Camps, Chelm District
Unknown number of Jews from Kalisz and Lodz Deported to Annopol Belzec Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from LublinDeported to Tyszowce in late 1941Belzec and Sobibor Death Camps
Unknown number of Jews from Otwock Deported to Tyszowce in late 1941Belzec and Sobibor Death Camps
Unknown number of Jews from WarsawDeported to Tyszowce in late 1941Belzec and Sobibor Death Camps
Unknown number of Jews from SkryhiczynDeported to Hrubieszow in November 1941Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from BialopoleDeported to HrubieszowSobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from GrabowiecDeported to HrubieszowSobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from DubienkaDeported to HrubieszowSobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Janow LubelskiDeported to KrasnikBudzyn Labor Camp
Unknown number of Jews from ZaklikowDeported to KrasnikBudzyn Labor Camp
60 Jewish men from Wojslawice GhettoDeported to Wlodawa Ghetto in January, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
~800 Jews from MielecDeported to Wlodawa Ghetto on March 15, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
100s of Jews from MielecDeported to Hrubieszow Ghetto in March, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
1,100 Jews from KoninDeported to Jozefow Bilgorajski on March 18, 1942Murdered
1,950 Jews from Opole Lubelski Ghetto Deported to Naleczow on March 31, 1942Sobibor and Poniatowa Death Camps
221 Jews from BilgorajDeported to Tarnogrod in March, 1942Belzec Death Camp
680 Jews from HorodloDeported to Uchanie Ghetto in April, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
1,000 Jews from Majdan TatarskiDeported to Piaski Transit Ghetto on April 25, 1942
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3,000 Jews from TurobinDeported to Krasnystaw Ghetto in May, 1942Belzec Death Camp
500-1,000 Jews from Jozefow nad WislaDeported to Opole Lubelski Ghetto on May 9, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Kock and WohynDeported to Parczew Ghetto in 1942 Treblinka Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Komarowka Podlaska and CzemiernikiDeported to Parczew Ghetto in 1942Treblinka Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Biszcza and LukowaDeported to Tarnogrod Ghetto in 1942Belzec Death Camp
1,200 Jews from Zolkiewka Deported to Krasnystaw Ghetto in May, 1942Belzec Death Camp
80 Jews from Ryki Ghetto Deported to Deblin in May, 1942Majdanek Death Camp
~3,500 Jews from Ryki Ghetto Deported to Deblin in May, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from HorodloDeported to Uchanie Ghetto in May, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
2,025 Jews from Uchanie GhettoDeported to Miaczyn on June 10, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from BelzForced march to Hrubieszow in June, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
300 Jewish men from Jozefow BilgorajskiDeported to Lublin on July 13, 1942
?
Unknown number of Jews from KockTransport to Radzyn Podlaski in August, 1942Treblinka Death Camp
150 Jews from Tyszowce GhettoDeported to Zamosc GhettoBelzec Death Camp
375 Jews from KaliszDeported to Wlodawa Ghetto Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Dzierzkowice and AnnopolDeported to Krasnik Ghetto in 1942Budzyn Labor Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Zakrzowek and Janow LubelskiDeported to Krasnik Ghetto in 1942Budzyn Labor Camp
1,500 to 2,000 Jews from Konstantynow Deported to Biala Podlaska Ghetto in September, 1942Treblinka Death Camp
200 Jews from Dubienka, Uchanie, Grabowiec, Krylow**Deported to Hrubieszow in October, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
unknown number of Jews in KrasnystawDeported to Izbica Transit Ghetto in October, 1942Belzec Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from WysokieDeported to Izbica Transit Ghetto in fall, 1942Belzec Death Camp
2,200 Jews from Modliborzyce GhettoDeported to Krasnik Ghetto in October, 1942Belzec Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Parczew GhettoDeported to Miedzyrzecz Podlaski Ghetto in October, 1942Treblinka Death Camp
541 Jews from Urzedow GhettoDeported to Krasnik/Budzyn in October, 1942Belzec Death Camp
3,200 Jews from Ostrow Lubelski Ghetto Deported to Lubartow on October 11, 1942Belzec and Sobibor Death Camps
9,000 Jews from Opole Lubelski Ghetto Deported to Naleczow on October 24, 1942Sobibor and Poniatowa Death Camps
Unknown number of Jews from Krasnobrod GhettoDeported to Zamosc Ghetto on October 26, 1942Belzec Death Camp
1,200 to 1,700 Jews from Wojslawice GhettoDeported to Wlodawa Ghetto in fall, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
1,000 Jews from Czemierniki Deported to Parczew Ghetto in November, 1942Treblinka Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Tarnogrod and KrzeszowDeported to Bilgoraj in November, 1942Belzec Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Bilgoraj GhettoDeported to Zwierzyniec in November, 1942Belzec Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Frampol GhettoDeported to Zwierzyniec in November, 1942Belzec Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Sosnowica GhettoDeported to Wlodawa Ghetto in November, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
1,100 Jews from Gorzkow GhettoDeported to Izbica Transit Ghetto in November, 1942Belzec Death Camp
2,500 Jews from Tarnogrod GhettoDeported to Bilgoraj on November 2, 1942Belzec Death Camp
700 Jews from Szczebrzeszyn Deported to Sobibor Sub-Camps in late 1942Sobibor Death Camp


** Also included Jews from smaller towns like Strzyzow, Mieniany, Moniatycze, Werbkowice, Swierszczow.

Municipal Transports from Poland to Labor Camps in Lublin District
From
Deported To
Final Destination
90 Jews from Ryki Deported to Janiszow Labor Camp in 1939
?
50 Jews from Ryki Deported to Belzec Labor Camp in 1939Belzec Death Camp
200 Jews from Ryki Deported to Staw Labor Camp in 1939Sobibor Death Camp
150 Jews from WojslawiceDeported to Zmudz Labor CampSobibor Death Camp
80 Jews from WojslawiceDeported to Belzec to help construct the campBelzec Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Pulawy Deported to Naleczow Labor Camp in early 1940Belzec Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from BilgorajDeported to Turkowice Labor Camp in summer, 1940Belzec Death Camp
100 Jews from LecznaDeported to Milejow Labor Camp in 1940Aktion Erntefest
1,000+ Roma (Gypsies) from Belzec Deported to Krychow Labor Camp in 1940Siedlce Ghetto
~200 Jews from KrasnikDeported to Krasnik Labor Camp in early 1941Budzyn Labor Camp
Unknown number of Jews from WarsawDeported to Krychow Labor Camp in 1940Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from ChelmDeported to Tomaszowka Labor Camp in 1941Sobibor Death Camp
~800 Jews from KrakowDeported to Sawin Labor Camp in 1941Sobibor Death Camp
~550 Jews from WarsawDeported to Krychow Labor Camp in 1941Sobibor and Belzec Death Camps
Unknown number of Jews from ZamoscDeported to Labunie Labor Camp in 1941
?
Unknown number of Jews from ZamoscDeported to Mokre Labor Camp in 1941
?
Unknown number of Jews from GorzkowDeported to Sawin Labor Camp Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from WroclawDeported to Sawin Labor Camp Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from WarsawDeported to Sawin Labor Camp Sobibor Death Camp
130 Jews from KrakowDeported to Sawin Labor Camp in December, 1940 Sobibor Death Camp
51 Jews from KrakowDeported to Trawniki Labor Camp in December, 1940 Aktion Erntefest
150 Jewish men from Lipowa 7 (Lublin)Deported to Majdanek Death Camp in October, 1941Majdanek Death Camp
800 Jews from Wlodawa GhettoDeported to Adampol Labor Camp in early 1942Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from ZamoscDeported to Janowice Labor Camp
?
Unknown number of Jews from TurobinDeported to Wysokie Labor Camp in early 1942Belzec Death Camp
~900 Jews from KrakowDeported to Ruda Opalin Labor Camp between 1940 and 1942Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Kazimierz Dolny and Wawolnica Deported to NaleczowBelzec Death Camp (April, 1942)
500 Jews from Lublin Jewish HospitalLublin Hospital Liquidated March 26, 1942Murdered in hospital or at nearby Niemce
29 Jews from Lublin GhettoDeported to Glusk in April, 1942Murdered immediately upon transport
~3,000 Jews in Ruda Opalin Labor CampDeported to Sobibor in May, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
600 Czech, German, and Polish Jews in Krasnystaw GhettoDeported to Majdanek on May 12, 1942Aktion Erntefest
~3,000 Jews in Sawin Labor CampDeported to Sobibor in May, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
100 Jewish men Konstantynow Deported to Rogozinica Labor Camp in May, 1942Gross-Rosen Concentration Camp
300 Jews from RejowiecDeported to Krychow Labor Camp on May 2, 1942Sobibor and Belzec Death Camps
Unknown number of Jews from PolandDeported to Majdanek Death Camp in May, 1942Majdanek Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Krasnik areaDeported to Budzyn Labor Camp in summer, 1942 Budzyn Labor Camp
600 Jews from Zamosc Deported to Bortatycze Labor Camp in June, 1942Survivors returned to Zamosc
474 Jews from Zamosc Deported to Belzec Labor Camp in summer, 1942Belzec Death Camp
26 Jews from Zamosc Deported to Belzec Labor Camp in summer, 1942Belzec Death Camp
300 Jewish men from Jozefow OrdynackiDeported to Lublin Airfield Camp in July 1942
?
unknown number of Jews from BelzyceDeported to Poniatowa Labor Camp in October 1942Aktion Erntefest
unknown number of Jews from Naleczow/Opole LubelskiDeported to Poniatowa Death Camp in October 1942Aktion Erntefest
~2,500 Jews from Bychawa GhettoDeported to Belzyce Transit Ghetto on October 11, 1942Sobibor Death Camps
~100 Jews from Annopol Deported to Goscieradow Labor Camp on October 15, 1942Budzyn Labor Camp
unknown Jews from Annopol Deported to Janiszow Labor Camp on October 15, 1942Budzyn Labor Camp
Unknown number of Jewish men from Lubartow GhettoDeported to Majdanek Death Camp in October, 1942Aktion Erntefest
100 Jews from AnnopolDeported to Budzyn Labor Camp on October 15, 1942 Budzyn Labor Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Janiszow Labor CampDeported to Budzyn Labor Camp in November, 1942Budzyn Labor Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Krychow Labor CampDeported to Budzyn Labor Camp Budzyn Labor Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Goscieradow Labor CampDeported to Budzyn Labor Camp Budzyn Labor Camp
~200 Jews from Lipowa 7 Labor CampDeported to Budzyn Labor Camp in fall, 1942Budzyn Labor Camp
~200 Jews from Konskowala GhettoDeported to Budzyn Labor Camp in fall, 1942Budzyn Labor Camp
500 Jews from the Krasnik areaDeported to Budzyn Labor Camp in November, 1942Budzyn Labor Camp
unknown number of Jews from StaszowDeported to Poniatowa Labor Camp in late 1942Aktion Erntefest
15,000 Jews from the Warsaw GhettoDeported to Poniatowa Labor Camp in early 1943Aktion Erntefest
Unknown number of Jews from Belzyce GhettoDeported to Budzyn Labor Camp in early 1943Budzyn Labor Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Hrubieszow GhettoDeported to Budzyn Labor Camp in early 1943Budzyn Labor Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Zamosc GhettoDeported to Budzyn Labor Camp Budzyn Labor Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Siedliszcze Deported to Krychow Labor Camp Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews at Belzec Death CampDeported to Krychow Labor Camp Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from PolandDeported to Krychow Labor Camp in 1943 Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jewish women from RadomDeported to Majdanek Death Camp on January 8, 1943Majdanek Death Camp
Unknown number of Jewish women from Lwow and WarsawDeported to Majdanek Death Camp in January-February, 1943Majdanek Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from WarsawDeported to Trawniki Labor Camp in February, 1943 Belzec Death Camp
810 Jews from Treblinka Death CampDeported to Poniatowa Labor Camp in May 1943Aktion Erntefest
Unknown number of Jews from Hrubieszow GhettoDeported to Budzyn Labor Camp in May, 1943 Budzyn Labor Camp
2,000 Jews from Kurow, Lubartow, and Piaski GhettoDeported to Majdanek Death Camp in May, 1943 Aktion Erntefest
Unknown number of Jews from Belzec Death CampDeported to Sobibor Death Camp in May, 1943 Sobibor Death Camp
400 Jews from Deblin-IrenaDeported to Poniatowa Labor Camp in May 1943Aktion Erntefest
Unknown number of Jewish survivors of Luta, Osowa, Sajczyce, & SawinDeported to Krychow Labor Camp in June, 1943Sobibor Death Camp
36,500 Jews from rural Poland Deported to Majdanek Death Camp in 1943Majdanek Death Camp
74,000 Jews from the Warsaw, Bialystok, and Lublin areas Deported to Majdanek Death Camp in July-August, 1943Majdanek Death Camp
~100 Jews from Dorohucza Labor CampDeported to Poniatowa Labor Camp in late 1943Aktion Erntefest
807 Jews from WarsawDeported to Budzyn Labor Camp in April-May, 1943Budzyn Labor Camp
300 Jews from WarsawDeported to Budzyn Labor Camp after May, 1943 Budzyn Labor Camp
200 Jews from Hrubieszow following the liquidation of the ghettoDeported to Budzyn Labor Camp on July 10, 1943Budzyn Labor Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Deblin-Irena Labor Camp Deported to Poniatowa Labor Camp in September, 1943 Aktion Erntefest
200 Jews from Annopol Ghetto Deported to Goscieradow Labor Camp in October, 1943 Belzec Death Camp
200 Jews from Annopol Ghetto Deported to Janiszow Labor Camp in October, 1943 Belzec Death Camp
51 Jewish women from Majdanek Death CampDeported to Milejow Labor Camp on October 28, 1943 Trawniki / Lublin / Auschwitz
530 Jews from Rachow Labor Camp (Annopol)Deported to Budzyn Labor Camp in November, 1943 Budzyn Labor Camp
~4,000 Jews from Dorohucza Labor CampDeported to Trawniki Labor Camp on November 3, 1943Aktion Erntefest
150 Jewish men from Milejow Labor CampDeported to Trawniki Labor Camp in November, 1943 Murdered November 26, 1943
51 Jewish women from Milejow Labor CampDeported to Trawniki Labor Camp in November, 1943 Auschwitz Concentration Camp


Additional Transports to Lublin District
From
Deported To
Final Destination
~250 Jews from CzechoslovakiaDeported to Siedliszcze in 1940Sobibor Death Camp
2,034 Jews from Vienna Deported to Opole Lubelski in February, 1941Sobibor Death Camp
500 POWs Deported to Lipowa 7 in December, 1940
?
2,835 POWs Deported to Lipowa 7 in January, 1941
?
1,035 Jews from Vienna Deported to Modliborzyce in March, 1941Belzec Death Camp
~90,000 Russian, Polish, and Jewish POWs Deported to Stalag 319 in Chelm between summer, 1941 and summer, 1944Murdered
2,500 Jews from SlovakiaDeported to Lubartow between 1941 and 1942Belzec and Treblinka Death Camps
Unknown number of Jews from SlovakiaDeported to Firlej Ghetto Belzec and Sobibor Death Camps
Unknown number of Jews from SlovakiaDeported to Ryki in 1941Majdanek and Sobibor Death Camps
Unknown number of Red Army POWs Deported to Sosnowica in summer, 1941
?
70 Jews from ViennaDeported to Urzedow in late 1941Belzec Death Camp
3,000 to 5,000 Red Army POWs Deported to Majdanek Death Camp in December, 1941Majdanek Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from France Deported to Opole Lubelski in 1942Sobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of Jews from Slovakia Deported to Opole Lubelski in 1942Sobibor Death Camp
1,000 Jewish men from SlovakiaDeported to Majdanek Death Camp on March 29, 1942Aktion Erntefest
15,000 Jews from Slovakia, Bohemia, and MoraviaDeported to Majdanek Death Camp in March-April, 1942Aktion Erntefest
1,001 Jews from SlovakiaDeported to Naleczow Labor Camp on April 22, 1942Aktion Erntefest
1,251 Jews from SlovakiaDeported to Naleczow Labor Camp on April 25, 1942Aktion Erntefest
2,200 Jews from Slovakia Deported to Deblin in May, 1942 Treblinka Death Camp
1,025 Jews from SlovakiaDeported to Naleczow Labor Camp on May 18, 1942Aktion Erntefest
1,005 Jews from SlovakiaDeported to Naleczow Labor Camp on May 19, 1942Aktion Erntefest
1,000 Jews from SlovakiaDeported to Naleczow Labor Camp on May 26, 1942Aktion Erntefest
1,000 Jews from Theresienstadt GhettoDeported to Ossowa Labor Camp on May 9, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
1,000 Jews from Praha (Bohemia)Deported to Ujazdow Labor Camp on June 10, 1942Sobibor Death Camp
973 Jews from Berlin, GermanyDeported to Trawniki Labor Camp on March 28, 1942Aktion Erntefest
2,425 Jews from GermanyDeported to Trawniki Labor Camp in March, 1942Belzec Death Camp
500 Jews from Slovakia Deported to Ostrow Lubelski in April, 1942Belzec and Sobibor Death Camps
1,000 Jews from ViennaDeported to Lublin on April 23, 1942Aktion Erntefest
1,000 Jews from ViennaDeported to Lublin on May 17, 1942Aktion Erntefest
1,000 Jews from ViennaDeported to Lublin on May 25, 1942Aktion Erntefest
Unknown number of non-Jewish prisoners from Pawiak prisonDeported to Majdanek Death Camp on January 18, 1943Majdanek Death Camp
155 Jews from SlovakiaDeported to Krychow Labor CampSobibor Death Camp
400 mixed Jewish-Christians from CzechoslovakiaDeported to Krychow Labor CampSobibor Death Camp
Unknown number of non-Jewish Poles punished for tax evasionDeported to Krychow Labor Camp
?
1,003 Jews from Drancy Concentration Camp (France)Deported to Majdanek Death Camp on March 4, 1943Aktion Erntefest
998 Jews from Drancy Concentration Camp (France)Deported to Majdanek Death Camp on March 6, 1943Aktion Erntefest
Unknown number of non-Jewish women and children from BelarusDeported to Majdanek Death Camp in spring of 1943Majdanek Death Camp
Unknown number of former Red Army POWsDeported to Majdanek Death Camp in May, 1943Majdanek Death Camp
Unknown number of political prisoners from the prison at the Lublin CastleDeported to Majdanek Death Camp Majdanek Death Camp
6,000 Jews from Netherlands Deported to Majdanek Death Camp in 1943 Aktion Erntefest
Unknown number of Jews from Greece Deported to Majdanek Death Camp in 1943 Aktion Erntefest
~5,000 sick prisoners from Buchenwald, Dachau, and
Sachenhausen concentration camps
Deported to Majdanek Death Camp in 1943 Aktion Erntefest
Unknown number of female prisoners from Auschwitz and
Ravensbruck concentration camps
Deported to Majdanek Death Camp in 1943 Aktion Erntefest


..........................This listing is incomplete. A few additional sources for transports include:
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Transports to Belzec
..........................Transports to Budzyn and Krasnik Labor Camps
..........................Transports to Krychow
..........................Transports to Poniatowa
..........................Transports to Sobibor


TRANSPORTS FROM SLOVAKIA TO LUBLIN DISTRICT:

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TRANSPORTS FROM UKRAINE TO LUBLIN DISTRICT:

..........................See:
Transports to Belzec


.............................................................RELATED LINKS:

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Aktion Erntefest: Extermination of Lublin Jews
.............................................................- International Institute for Holocaust Research: Transport Search
.............................................................- Belzec Death Camp
.............................................................- Belzyce
.............................................................- Chelm
.............................................................- Izbica
.............................................................- Lublin
.............................................................- Majdanek Death Camp
.............................................................- Piaski
.............................................................- Poniatowa Death Camp
.............................................................- Rejowiec
.............................................................- Sawin
.............................................................- Sobibor Death Camp
.............................................................- Wlodawa
.............................................................- Zamosc
.............................................................- Jewish Family Research in Lublin District

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