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The Tragedy of Vinnytsia materials on Stalin's policy of extermination in Ukraine during the great purge 1936-1938

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THE TRAGEDY OF VINNYTSIA
MATERIALS O N STALIN'S POLICY OF EXTERMINATION
IN UKRAINE DURING THE GREAT PURGE
193-1938
Map of Ukraine after World War 11, indicating the location of Vinnytsia
THE TRAGEDY OF VINNYTSIA
MATERIALS ON STALIN'S POLICY OF EXTERMINATION
IN UKRAINE DURING THE GREAT PURGE
1936-1938
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The Vinnytsia massacre was a mass execution of (mostly ethnic Ukrainian) people in the Ukrainian town of Vinnytsia by the Soviet secret police NKVD during Joseph Stalin's Great Purge in 1937–1938. Mass graves in Vinnytsia were discovered during the German occupation of Ukraine in 1943. The investigation of the site first conducted by the international Katyn Commission coincided with the discovery of a similar mass murder site of Polish prisoners of war in Katyn. Because the Germans utilized this evidence of Communist terror to discredit the Soviet Union internationally, it became one of the better researched sites of the politically motivated NKVD massacres among many in Ukraine.

The Vinnytsia massacre was a mass execution of (mostly ethnic Ukrainian) people in the Ukrainian town of Vinnytsia by the Soviet secret police NKVD during Joseph Stalin's Great Purge in 1937–1938. Mass graves in Vinnytsia were discovered during the German occupation of Ukraine in 1943. The investigation of the site first conducted by the international Katyn Commission coincided with the discovery of a similar mass murder site of Polish prisoners of war in Katyn. Because the Germans utilized this evidence of Communist terror to discredit the Soviet Union internationally, it became one of the better researched sites of the politically motivated NKVD massacres among many in Ukraine.

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