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Krasne
Also known as Krasnoe, Krasnoje and Krasnoye
Krasne, Vileika uezd, Vilna gubernia, Latitude: 5414' Longitude: 2705'
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Mendel Katz was born in Krasne, Poland to David Katz and Khaia nee Kagan in 1908. He was a forest merchant. He lived in Krasne, Poland. Mendel perished in March 19, 1943 in Krasne with parents and brothers.This information is based on a Page of Testimony by his brother (Israel Katz) submitted in 1956 and another submitted on 23/05/1999 by his sister-in-law Rivka, from Kfar Saba, Israel

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6.1.1933; The Katz family from r to l,: Mendel, Shifra, Lea, Israel (circled). (from r to l, sitting)   : David, Haya, Yosef. Israel and Shifra Katz immigrated to Israel before the war. Picture given by David Miller, son of Shifra , from Kfar-Saba. Israel.

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Yosef Eliyahu and Rivka Lapkin of Kurenets with their children and
grandchildren; standing on the left Daughter Sara Kreichik (Born 1902)
her husband Elkhanan Kreichik (a soda factory owner, born in Krasne in
1890) is sitting below her with their children; twins; Fruma and
Eliezer and son Moshe ( all born in Smorgon in 1925 and twins;1926)
standing from right to left Miryam ( lived with her husband in
Dokshits), Baruch (a ritual slaughterer) and Natan (a Smorgon
merchant) Lapkin.
Only Moshe Keret Kreichik ( 1925 Smorgon- 2007 Israel) survived the
Shoah. since granddaughter Masha Kreichik is not present the picture
was taken before her birth in 1934. Picture submitted by his daughter;
Sara
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The 15th Yahrzeit of those from Horodok who perished in the Krasne
camp (Belarus, March 1958 )
Picture given by the Berman sister (of Chaia and Hirsh Berman' family)

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Krasne 1931.

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krasne Bitar Zionists 1931.

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Krasne 1929, Israel Katz

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The Katz family from Krasne

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Shifra and Leah Katz

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Krasne soccer team

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Yerachmiel Sklut

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Aron MONIN and his wife, Rasha (Sagalowitch) MONIN; behind, from left to right, Aron's children: Tema, Jakob/Yankel and Sonya/Scheine. Sonya lived in the US and was visiting her family.

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Rashe MONIN (nee SAGALOVITCH) and her daughter Tema MONIN (left)

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Alex Plotkin <alplotkin@.com>wrote:

Izzy Plotkin (My great Uncle) had gone back to Krasne to tell my Great grandfather, that one of his daughters had died here. My great grandfather was Chaim David Plotkin. He came to America in 1921 and didn't like it so he went back to Krasne after about a year or two. He is listed on your web site in the list of Jewish families in Krasne in 1941. He had a brick factory there.

Alexey Zhahovets a local in the region in Belarus
Hello, my name is Aleksei Zhakhovets. I am 30 years old and live and work in the town of Molodechno (Belarus). For years now my passionate hobby has been collecting and preserving the history of the nearby village of Horodok (Gorodok).
This is a mission that I began undertaking as soon as I started school and learned how to read. Over the years I've been fortunate to have the opportunity to locate, restore and preserve a large number of photographs, videos and documents relating to Horodok.
Using these materials I've been able to recreate lost buildings and expose forgotten stories. I continue to scour the Internet in search of information on Horodok's former residents. One extraordinary find has been a collection of wartime photographs of the village that had found its way to a private collection in Japan.
Based on Polish maps from 1938 as well as aerial shots taken by the Luftwaffe in 1944, I was able to locate the murder site of Horodok's Jewish community. Myself and a local group of dedicated individuals, who are also passionate about commemoration, are currently awaiting the assistance of a professional search team. With the help of volunteers we are also restoring the Jewish cemetery, and in the future we want to compile an online visual catalog so that anyone interested could view and locate the Matzevot (tombstones) online.
As part of the attempts to commemorate the village's Jewish community I am also engaged in creating a comprehensive list of the victims of Nazism as well as searching for the names of Jewish partisans who resided in the town. Our plan is to have these names added to a monument dedicated to wartime heroes currently standing in the center of Horodok.
Though much work has been done, there's still so much more to find, particularly in family archives. I am turning to you all - descendants, friends, historians and all of those who feel a connection to this cause, to take part in collecting and preserving the history of Horodok. Together we can pay tribute to our ancestors and create a heritage for future generations.
My contact details:
Telephone number: +375295557566
E-mail: horodok.by@mail.ru
My website: http://horodok.by/