List of massacres in Ukraine

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This is a list of massacres in Ukraine.

Name Date Location Prepertrators Deaths Notes
Batih massacre 3-4 June 1652 Batih Cossaks 3,500–8,000 Polish POWs also known as the "Sarmatian Katyń".
Tach Vetat 1648–1649 Nationwide Cossaks 20,000–100,000 Jews See Jewish Casualties of Tach Vetat for discussion of various estimates of the number of murdered.
Massacre of Uman June 1768 Uman Ukrainian rebels 2,000–33,000 Jews and Poles
Kiev pogrom (1881) 7 May 1881 Kiev Uknown
Odessa pogrom (1905) October 18 and 22 1905 Kiev ethnic Russian, Ukrainian and Greek rioters 400-1,000 Jews
Kiev pogrom (1905) 31 October-2 November 1905 Kiev ethnic Russian, Ukrainian, etc rioters 100 Jews
Mass-killings of Jews during the Russian civil war 1918-1923 Ukraine and Southern Russia Ukrainian People's Republic
White Army
Green armies
Ukrainian nationalists
100,000-150,000 Jews Including Jews who were massacred in Southern Russia.
Vinnytsia massacre 1937–1938 Vinnytsia Soviet Union 9,432 Ukrainians Part of the Great Purge.
NKVD prisoner massacres in Ukraine June-November 1941 In 78 prisons across Ukraine Soviet Union Almost 9,000 By Stalin's orders.
Lviv pogroms June 1941 - July 1941 Lviv Ukrainian nationalists 6,000 Jews
Kamianets-Podilskyi Massacre August 27–28, 1941 Kamianets-Podilskyi Nazi Germany
Hungary
Ukrainian Auxiliary Police
23,600 Jews
Drobitsky Yar December 15, 1941 Kharkiv Nazi Germany 15,000 Jews
Berdychiv massacre October 5, 1941 Berdychiv Nazi Germany 20,000–38,536 Jews
Nikolaev Massacre September 16–30, 1941 Mykolaiv Nazi Germany 35,782 mostly Jews
Babi Yar massacre September 29, 1941 Babi Yar Nazi Germany 33,771 Jews
1941 Odessa massacre October 22–24, 1941 Odessa Nazi Germany
Kingdom of Romania
25,000–100,000 Jews
Massacres of Poles in Volhynia and Eastern Galicia March, 1943 - December, 1944 Volhynia Ukrainian Insurgent Army 60,000-100,000 Polish
Janowa Dolina massacre 23 April,1943 Janowa Dolina Ukrainian nationalists 600+ Polish
Poryck massacre July 11, 1943 Poryck Ukrainian Insurgent Army 300 Polish
Huta Pieniacka massacre February 28, 1944 Huta Pieniacka Ukrainian nationalists 500–1,200 Polish
February 2014 Euromaidan riots 18-21 February 2014 Kiev 100+