Drobytsky Yar is a ravine 8-12 km south east from Kharkiv, Ukraine. In December 1941, Nazi troops invading the Soviet Union began killing local inhabitants over the following year. This work is an oral testimony of survivors, and it also sheds light on the forms and functions of memory as victims relive devastating experiences of pain, humiliation, and loss.
- Chicago : Chicago Connect, 1012
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