Bozhedarovka (Privolye Most Probably Jewish Agricaultural Colony Fraileben) Jewish Cemetery
According to locals, the cemetery was in use by the Jewish villagers until 1941. The cemetery was totally demolished in the 1990’s. The tombstones have disappeared.
There is not much information available about the Jewish community of Privillya. It was established as a Jewish agricultural colony under the name Frayleben, and its residents were involved in agriculture and crafting.
Privillya was occupied in August 1941. In 1942 those Jews, who had failed to evacuate, were executed.
In 1946, Frayleben was renamed Privillya, however according to other sources, the Jewish agricultural colony Frayleben was incorporated into the village of Privillya.
The exact period of the cemetery’s establishment is unknown. According to the locals, there was a cemetery, which operated until 1941. The cemetery was demolished between 1990-1995. Nowadays the cemetery site is used for farming.