Objects & Places from 'the Good Old Days': The Holocaust as Seen by Its Perpetrators and Bystanders

Ernst Klee
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Kaunas

This anti-Semitic place was annexed by the Soviet Union in 1940, and many citizens saw the Germans as liberators from Soviet oppression.

Einsatzgruppen

This group of German paramilitary death squads was primarily concerned with the systemic and organized mass murder of undesirables.

Babi Yar

This ravine outside of the Ukrainian City of Kiev was the site of the mass murder of 33,171 Jews.

Byelaya Tserkov

At this Ukrainian village, approximately 30 miles from Kiev, most adult Jews were executed, but some were imprisoned without food, water, or sanitation.

Gas Vans

This method of asphyxiation was used to murder Jews, mental patients, and the physically deformed.

Jewish Slave-labor

This method involved unskilled labor. When the workers became ill or weak, they were murdered and replaced.

Minsk

This large, Russian city was occupied by the Nazis in 1941 and 1942.

Chełmno Extermination Camp

Opened in 1941, this place had no facilities for housing inmates...

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