Chernigov, Ukraine, 2017 / Massacre site of the Jews of the city.
Riga, Latvia, 2017 / In the Rumbala forest, among the many forest mass graves of the Jews of Riga.
Șimleu Silvaniei, Romania, 2018 / The unmarked ghetto which served as the deportation point for the town's Jews to the Nazi death camps in Poland, to the north.
Vilnius, Lithuania, 2016 / In the center of the ghetto that the Nazis created for the city's Jews.
Orgeyev, Moldova, 2018 / View of the portion of the town's vast Jewish cemetery, 3/4 of which was destroyed during hte war. This town is one of my own family's ancestral shtetls, and somewhere in the earth of this site are my own ancestors.
Bobruisk, Belarus, 2019 / A residential street in the center of what was a famous Jewish town.
Dorohusk, Poland, 2017 / Unmarked site of a forced labor camp for Jews, today a junk lot.
Berezhany, Ukraine, 2016 / Beside the ruins of the large ruined high synagogue of a once thriving multicultural town of Jews, Poles and Ukrainians.
Kamianka Buzka, Ukraine, 2017 / Unmarked site of the massacre of the town's Jews in 1941.
Mir, Belarus, 2018 / Massacre site of the town's Jews in 1941.
Lviv, Ukraine, 2014 / At Piaski Hill, the primary massacre site in the Janowska Street labor camp, where 100,000-200,000 Jews were killed. The hill is within a prison complex still operating on the site.
Uhniv, Ukraine, 2018 / The center of what was once a thriving Jewish town.
Plungė, Lithuania, 2017 / One of the several mass graves of the town's Jews, located on the hillside next to the town's ancient Jewish cemetery, itself completely destroyed.
Beshankovichi, Belarus, 2018 / What was once a Jewish street in the prewar town.
Zhovkva, Ukraine, 2018 / The great synagogue
Mogilev, Belarus, 2019 / Massacre site and mass grave of the Jews of the city.
Vilnius, Lithuania, 2018 / Dramatic performance of the diary of Yitzhok Rudashevsky in what was once the courtyard of the Vilna Ghetto library, the cultural center of the ghetto.
Kishinev, Moldova, 2018 / Ruins of the city's famous yeshiva and synagogue.
Dubno, Ukraine, 2017 / Ruins of the town's main synagogue.
Pidhaitsi, Ukraine, 2017/ View beside the town's massive and destroyed synagogue.
Žiežmariai, Lithuania, 2018 / Interior of the destroyed synagogue, under renovation.
Berlin, Germany, 2018 / The platform at the Grunewald train station, the primary deportation point from which Berlin's Jews were shipped east to their deaths in ghettos and camps.
Medyka, Poland, 2011 / View of the village's forsaken synagogue.
Ščadryn, Belarus, 2019 / Massacre site and mass grave of the hamlet's Jewish people.
Lutsk, Ukraine, 2017 / View of the unmarked massacre site of the town's Jewish population.
Chełmno, Poland, 2018 / One of several Jewish mass graves in the first of the Nazi death camps.
Viciebsk, Belarus, 2018 / View of a prewar Jewish street.
Horokhiv, Ukraine, 2017 / Path to the unmarked massacre site of the town's Jews.
Kosice, Slovakia, 2018 / View of the center of what was the Nazi ghetto for the city's Jewish population.
Vierchniadzvinsk, Belarus, 2019 / Massacre site and mass grave of the Jews of Verhnyadvinsk (formerly Drissa).
Bychaŭ, Belarus, 2019 / Massacre site of the Jews of Bikhov, Belarus, in an anti-tank ditch now covered by forest.
Warsaw, Poland, 2019 / In the vast Jewish cemetery.
Proszowice, Poland, 2015 / View of the town's destroyed Jewish cemetery.
Šeduva, Lithuania, 2017 / View of the forest beside one of the two Jewish mass graves in the forest outside the town.
Chervyen, Belarus, 2019 / Dirt road in what was the poor side of the former Jewish town.
Wrocław, Poland, 2016 / Site of the city's destroyed great synagogue.
Ukmergė, Lithuania, 2017 / View of a prewar Jewish house.
Warsaw, Poland, 2019 / Abandoned residential building in only street from the Warsaw Ghetto not destroyed during the Second World War.
Sharhorod, Ukraine, 2017 / View of the town's forsaken great synagogue.
Slonim, Belarus, 2018 / The main street in the unmarked ghetto that the Nazis built for the Jews of the town.
Warsaw, Poland, 2018 / The burial mound above the former site of 18 Miła St., headquarters of the Jewish resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto and site of the Ghetto Uprising’s last stand in 1943.
Shepetivka, Ukraine, 2017 / The remote, forest grave of the town's Jews.
Haisyn, Ukraine, 2017 / Mass graves of the town's Jewish population.
Sosnitsya, Ukraine, 2017 / The massacre site of the small town's Jewish population.
Lviv, Ukraine, 2018 / View of the northern side of the former Janowska Street camp, just outside the perimeter of the still-functioning prison complex on the site.
Bucharest, Romania, 2018 / In the city's erstwhile Jewish district––behind the gate at left is the oldest synagogue still standing, in a state of dilapidation.