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View of the charred remains of Jewish victims burned in a barn by the Germans near the Maly Trostinets concentration camp.

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    View of the charred remains of Jewish victims burned in a barn by the Germans near the Maly Trostinets concentration camp.
    View of the charred remains of Jewish victims burned in a barn by the Germans near the Maly Trostinets concentration camp.

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    Caption
    View of the charred remains of Jewish victims burned in a barn by the Germans near the Maly Trostinets concentration camp.
    Date
    Circa 1944
    Locale
    Maly Trostinets, [Minsk] USSR
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Belarusian State Archive of Documentary Film and Photography
    Event History
    Maly Trostinets was the site of a concentration camp where Jews from the final actions in Minsk were murdered between July 28 and July 31, 1942. In 1942 Jews from Bohemia, Moravia, Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, and Poland were transported there to be killed. Most of the victims were lined up in front of pits and shot to death. In the fall of 1943 the Germans began to hide the traces of the mass murder by cremating the bodies and on June 30, 1944 they burned the camp to the ground.

    https://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005187.

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    Photo Source
    Belarusian State Archive of Documentary Film and Photography
    Copyright: Public Domain
    Source Record ID: 4-0148

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    2004-05-06 00:00:00
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