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List of massacres in Ukraine

This is a list of massacres in Ukraine.

Massacres in Ukraine

Name Date Location Deaths Notes
February 2014 Euromaidan riots 18-21 February 2014 Kiev 100+
Kamianets-Podilskyi Massacre August 27–28, 1941 23,600
Babi Yar massacre September 29, 1941 33,771
Berdychiv massacre October 5, 1941 20,000–30,000
Huta Pieniacka massacre February 28, 1944 Huta Pieniacka 500–1200
Kisielin massacre July 11, 1943 Kysylyn 60–90
Korosciatyn massacre February 28–29, 1944 Korosciatyn (now known as Krynica) 150
Nikolaev Massacre September 16–30, 1941 Mykolaiv 35,782
1941 Odessa massacre October 22–24, 1941 Odessa 25,000–34,000 By extension, could refer to the murder of well over 100,000 Ukrainian Jews in the town and the areas between Dniestr and Bug rivers, over the course of the Romanian and German occupation.
Drobitsky Yar December 15, 1941 Kharkov 15,000
Massacre of Uman June 1768 Uman 2000–20,000, possibly 33,000
Tach Vetat 1648–1649 20,000–60,000 See Jewish Casualties of Tach Vetat for discussion of various estimates of the number of murdered.
Batih massacre 3-4 June 1652 Batih 3,500–8,000 also known as the "Sarmatian Katyń".

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