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Extra info for The Holocaust in Rovno: The Massacre at Sosenki Forest, November 1941
8 million Soviet Jews were killed in World War II. 1 The Holocaust in the East followed a distinct chronology. 2 By late summer 1941, the German leadership began to impose a rule of law in order to discourage random and spontaneous vigilante-style civilian acts of violence against Jews. Jewish ghettos were organized, Jews were required to wear yellow patches, special restrictions applied, special work certificates were issued for some Jews with special skills, while the majority of others were forced to assemble for deportation or annihilation.
Istochnik: Dokumenty russkoi istorii (1993) No. 2: 89–93; Johannes Schlootz and Babette Quinkert, eds. ’ Zur psychologischen Kriegsführung gegen die Zivilbevölkerung der besetzten sowjetischen Gebiete 1941–1944,” in Bulletin für Faschismusund Weltkriegsforschung (Heft 14, 2000): 57–83. 0007 Holocaust East versus West 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 15 of the war, see Zhanna Kovba, Liudianist’ u bezodni pekla: povedinka mistsevoho naselennia skhidnoi Halychyny v roky “Ostatochnoho rozv’iazannia ievreis’koho pytannia,” (Kiev: Sfera, 1998): 70–76, 100–101; Bogdan Musial, “Kontrrevolutionäre Elemente sind zu ershiessen”: die Brutalisierung des deutschsowjetischen Krieges in Sommer 1941 (Berlin: Propyläen, 2000): 200–210.
Jurek and Kostik waited for us on the main path; upon seeing them we breathed more easily. Of course, we chose not to tell them about the frights we had endured, and the lads heartily congratulated us for our courage. Flowers lay on the fresh grave of the Roman Catholic priest. Kostia gave each of us a candle. We set them on the grave and lit them. Three times Kostia lit his candle, and each time the flame went out. Our candles each burned differently, for some reason mine began to melt. When we left the cemetery, we left behind three burning candles.
The Holocaust in Rovno: The Massacre at Sosenki Forest, November 1941 by J. Burds