Drohobych district, Lviv region
|Postcard from Pidbuzh, until 1939
||The publishing house, as we see, was in the city itself
||Ukrainian children's sanatorium in Pidbuzh, 1930
- Russian Jewish encyclopedia
- Słownik geograficzny Krolestwa Polskiego i innych krajow słowiańskich. Warszawa, 1887
- Biblioteka Narodowa Polona. Podbuż
Pidbuzh, urban-type settlement (since 1957) in the former Drogobych district of the Lviv region. Founded in the 16th century. In the 19th - early 20th centuries - in the province of Galicia in Austria-Hungary. In 1919–39 - in the Lviv Voivodeship as part of Poland, in 1939–91 - as part of the Ukrainian SSR.
In 1880, 206 Jews lived in Pidbuzh (14.1%),
in 1921 - 206 (9.4%),
in 1931 - 204,
in February 1942 - 199 Jews.
The main affairs of Jews in Pidbuzh in 19 - beginning 20th century - small trade and crafts.
Since 1902, the Zionist circle acted.
In the 1920-30s rabbi in Pidbuzh was Chaim-Noah Shapiro; there was a synagogue.
There were branches of various Jewish parties and organizations.
In the summer of 1941, Pidbuzh occupied the Wehrmacht troops.
In August 1942, Jews of Pidbuzh were deported to the Belzhets death camp.