German war crimes against Soviet civilians

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On 23 September 1942 the Germans shot in Ukrainian village Kortelisy and 20 other villages 2875 people (1620 of them children).[1]

In the second half of March 1943 after the Third Battle of Kharkov the Germans arrested and shot 2500 Soviet civilians from Kharkov.[2]

On 19 October 1943 the Germans killed in three Ukrainian villages (Leninskij, Djjaki and Vdovin Hutor) 1070 soviet civilians.[3]

On 11 April 1944 the Germans shot in the city of Staryi Krym (Crimea) 584 soviet civilians.[4]

On 9 April 1944 the Germans shot in the village Kujaljnik of Oblast Odessa up to 400 civilians.[5]

In the Russian village Krasuha on 27 November 1943 280 civilians were burned alive.[6]

In the Ukrainian village Ozerjany on 19 March 1943 267 civilians were burned alive.[7]

In the Belorussian village Matrenovka on 20 May 1943 253 civilians were burned.[8]

In Ukrainian city Bila Tserkva in January 1944 the Gestapo burned 250 civilians.[9]

Crimes against psychiatric hospital patients and staff[edit]

On 20 November 1941 the Germans poisoned 1500 psychiatric patients and staff in Nikoljskoe of Oblast Leningrad.[10]

On 21–22 November 1941 the Germans shot 435 spiritually ill people in Strelechje of Oblast Kharkov.[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Предостережение Кортелисов" (in Russian). Komunis.com.ua. June 10, 2009.  (English tr.)
  2. ^ "19 Октября 1943 г" (in Russian). Army.lv. Retrieved 2012-01-21.  (English tr.)
  3. ^ "02 Января 1944 г" (in Russian). Army.lv. Retrieved 2012-01-21.  (English tr.)
  4. ^ "ОБРАЩАЙТЕСЬ С ВРАГАМИ, КАК ОНИ С ВАМИ! ("Севастопольский Нюрнберг" 50 лет спустя)(К.В. КОЛОНТАЕВ, Севастополь)" (in Russian). Duel.ru. 1998-06-02. Retrieved 2012-01-21.  (English tr.)
  5. ^ "Наша Победа. День за днем - проект РИА Новости" (in Russian). 9may.ru. Retrieved 2012-01-21.  (English tr.)
  6. ^ "Сожженных фашистами жителей деревни Красуха вспомнят в Порховском районе" (in Russian). Vluki.info. 26 November 2008. Archived from the original on 2011-07-22.  (English tr.)
  7. ^ "24 Октября 1943 г" (in Russian). Army.lv. Retrieved 2012-01-21.  (English tr.)
  8. ^ "тнрнпеонпрюф: цНДНБЫХМЮ РПЮЦЕДХХ Б лЮРПЕМНБЙЕ — апъмяй.RU" (in Russian). Briansk.ru. Retrieved 2012-01-21.  (English tr.)
  9. ^ "Наша Победа. День за днем - проект РИА Новости" (in Russian). 9may.ru. Retrieved 2012-01-21.  (English tr.)
  10. ^ "16 Февраля 1944 г" (in Russian). Army.lv. Retrieved 2012-01-21.  (English tr.)
  11. ^ "Наша Победа. День за днем - проект РИА Новости" (in Russian). 9may.ru. Retrieved 2012-01-21.  (English tr.)[not in citation given]

See also[edit]

http://www.enotes.com/topic/War_crimes_of_the_Wehrmacht