Surviving the 'Holocaust by Bullets'

11th September 1941: Extraordinary account of the process of mass murder

A squad of the Einsatzgruppe D shooting Jewish women in an open pit near Dubossary in Soviet Moldavia, 14 September 1941. The unit's commander, which can be seen in the background, is probably Max Drexel.

Around half the population of the Lithuanian capital Vilnius was Jewish at the beginning of the war, some 70,000 people. At the beginning of September …

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