German war crimes against Soviet civilians

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Minor facts that underestimate the importance of the genocide of Ukrainians and Russian.

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]

In fact, the results of this policy was the death of about 14 million. People from among the civilian population as a result of the humanitarian catastrophe, the bombing, Nazi crimes and collaborators against humanity, theft of civilians to work in Germany, increased mortality, hunger and the blockade of Leningrad.

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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]