Jews Executed in Luzk, Poland by Einsatzkommando

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The head of an Einsatzkommando in Luzk, Poland, has 1,160 Jewish men shot. None of them are communists or partisan leaders of any sort.

They are apparently all executed in this manner as a signal to the Jews who is in charge now, and what they can expect from the Nazi government.


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