Jewish women from the Mizocz Ghetto in the Ukraine were forced to wait in a line for their execution by Germans and Ukrainian collaborators. Some are even holding babies.
Jewish women lined up waiting to be shot at Babi YarWhen the fascists started searching, it was already late, he had reached the city and managed to hide away, thus Savertanny remained alive, but when it became known that one of the prisoners had run away the work was stopped and they shot fifteen other prisoners and we didn’t know where they had put the guard who had made that mistake. I believe that there isn’t and cannot be more back-breaking and harder work than that of burning corpses…
Allemagne, L’horreur des Einsatzgruppen, les commandos de la Shoah. Documentary made from raw footage.
during World War II Irena Sendler saved 2500 Jewish children by smuggling them out of the Warsaw Ghetto
13 December 1943 - German soldiers carry out the Massacre of Kalavryta in southern Greece - Nearly 700 civilians were killed during the reprisals of Operation Kalavryta. Twenty-eight communities—towns, villages, monasteries and settlements—were destroyed. In Kalavryta itself about 1,000 houses were looted and burned and more than 2,000 livestock seized by the Germans.
Yasha Dzhugashvili (center), Stalin's son from his first marriage, is seen here after he surrendered to the Germans in 1941. Recently released Russian documents suggest that Yasha was written off by his father because of his surrender. Yasha later committed suicide by falling on the electrified fence of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp in April 1943.
World War II - Prisoners at Auschwitz Concentration Camp.
Auschwitz. When something unauthorized was found on a prisoner, like an extra piece of bread, he was subjected to this punishment. The artist who painted this picture, survivor Jan Komski himself hung like this an hour a day for three consecutive days because he brought food and medicine back to the camp after a day at work.
Ukraine: the fate of Jews in Galicia 1 & 2 - By Olivier Berruyer | The Pen Scratch
Belsen-Bergen, Germany, 1945, SS guards bury the dead.