Lunna, Belarus

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Lunna or Lunno[1] is a town in the Grodno Region of Belarus.


Before 1938, 60% of the 2 522 inhabitants were Jewish, around 300 families.[2] In June 1941, the German army occupied the village.[3] From October 1941 to November 1942, Jews were kept imprisoned in a ghetto. Many died in the ghetto and in mass executions perpetrated by an Einsatzgruppen.[4]


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Coordinates: 53°26′59″N 24°16′42″E / 53.44972°N 24.27833°E / 53.44972; 24.27833