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Massacre of Jews, Kovno Garage 27 June 1941

German soldiers and Lithuanians watch a "partisan" murder Jewish men at the Lietukis garage, Kovno, June Credit: Zentrale Stelle der Landesjustizverwaltungen, Ludwigsburg

A crowd of Lithuanians and German soldiers admire the handiwork of Lithuanian "Jew cleansers" outside the Lietukis garage in Kaunas, June 26, 1941. One of the spectators gets a drink of water in the background by using the hose that is being used to wash the blood of the victims from the pavement. Depravity and bestiality at their darkest selves.

A crowd of Lithuanians and German soldiers admire the handiwork of Lithuanian "Jew cleansers" outside the Lietukis garage in Kaunas, June

November 1943, Jews in a street in the Kovno Ghetto, Lithuania

November Jews in a street in the Kovno Ghetto, Lithuania

The most intensive Holocaust killing took place in September 1941at the Babi Yar Ravine. More than 33,000 Jews died in just two days.

Holocaust Memorial- Babi Yar Ravine The most intensive Holocaust killing took place in September the Babi Yar Ravine. More than Jews died in just two days.

The completely destroyed Kovno Ghetto, 1944. In July 1944, the Germans blew up and burned down the Ghetto in search of Jews in hiding there.

The completely destroyed Ghetto, 1944 In July the Germans blew up and burned down this Ghetto in search of Jews in hiding there.

shooting Jews in Rovno

“Nazis plan "obedience through fear": mass SS executions. In occupied Yugoslavia, 100 Serbs shot for each German death”

Kaunas, Lithuania. A woman waiting with her possessions before the deportation from the ghetto to camps in Estonia. 1943. In all, 2,709 Jews were removed from the ghetto. Children and elderly were shipped to Auschwitz; all others were sent to Klooga in northern Estonia. Almost no one survived the deportation.

Kaunas, Lithuania. A woman waiting with her possessions before the deportation from the ghetto to camps in Estonia. 1943. In all, 2,709 Jews were removed from the ghetto. Children and elderly were shipped to Auschwitz; all others were sent to Klooga in northern Estonia. Almost no one survived the deportation.

Children in Kovno Ghetto. A young boy holding a baby girl in the Kovno Ghetto.

Children in Kovno Ghetto. A young boy holding a baby girl in the Kovno Ghetto.

Jews unloaded from a train before selection and extermination.

he arrival and processing of an entire transport of Jews from Carpatho-Ruthenia, a region annexed in 1939 to Hungary from Czechoslovakia, at Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp in Poland, in May of

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