quinta-feira, 13 de outubro de 2011

22 de junho de 1941 (Fotos do genocídio nazi na União Soviética) - parte 2

Continuação da parte 1 da postagem sobre fotos do genocídio nazista na União Soviética. Com ajuda adicional do próprio Roberto Muehlenkamp com a postagem dos links.

A postagem original foi dividida em três partes devido a quantidade de fotos contidas no texto, cerca de 289 fotos mais os links adicionais.

Fotos, da 101 até a 201:

101 URSS, homem que foi enforcado depois de se recusar a trabalhar.

102 Ucrânia, Sumy, dois suspeitos de atividade partisan enforcados por alemães.

103 Ucrânia, Sumy, dois suspeitos de atividade partisan enforcados por alemães.

104 URSS, homens que foram enforcados depois de se recusarem a trabalhar.

105 URSS, homens que foram enforcados depois de se recusarem a trabalhar.

106 Aparentemente corpos de prisioneiros de guerra(POWs) soviéticos que morreram em campos de prisioneiros de guerra alemães.

107 URSS, evacuação dos prisioneiros de guerra soviéticos que morreram em cativeiro alemão.

108 URSS, homens que foram enforcados por alemães próximos à estação de trem.

109 URSS, homens que foram enforcados por alemães próximos à estação de trem.

110 URSS, prisioneiros de guerra(POWs) soviéticos que morreram em cativeiro alemão.

111 URSS, dois civis enforcados por alemães.

112 URSS, soldados alemães ao lado de homens que foram enforcados depois de se recusarem a trabalhar.

113 URSS, um suspeito de atividade partisan que foi enforcado.

114 Bielorrússia, Minsk, suspeitos de atividade partisan enforcados em público, 1941.

115 Aparentemente prisioneiros de guerra(POWs) soviéticos que morreram em cativeiro alemão.

116 Presumidamente, a evacuação de corpos de prisioneiros de guerra soviéticos que morreram em cativeiro alemão.

117 USSR, aparentemente prisioneiros de guerra soviéticos que morreram no campo de prisioneiros de guerra.

118 URSS, homem sendo enforcado por alemães.

119 URSS, um local de execução.

120 Rússia, locais ao lado de restos aparentemente de corpos de prisioneiros de guerra soviéticos na área de Porkhov.

121 Apparently bodies of dead Soviet POW.

122 Russia, Apparently the bodies of Soviet POWs in the Porkhov area.

123 USSR, Apparently a dead Soviet POW executed.

124 USSR, Dead bodies.

125 USSR, Dead bodies.

126 Apparently the bodies of Soviet POWs who died in a German POW camp.

127 German soldiers standing beside bodies of dead Soviet soldiers.

128 Mass grave of Soviet POWs who died in German captivity.

129 Burial of Soviet POWs who died in German captivity.

130 Rudnya, USSR, An exhumation, after the war.

131 U.S.S.R., Exhumation of victims murdered on 07/04/1943.

132 Krasnodor, Russia, An exhumation by a medical staff, July 1943.

133 Krasnodar, Ukraine, Corpses of Jews murdered by German soldiers.

134 Valmiera, Latvia, Postwar, Corpses after exhumation.

135 Valmiera, Latvia, Postwar, Examination of corpses after exhumation.

136 Valmiera, Latvia, Inspecting corpses after exhumation.

137 Valmiera, Latvia, Postwar, Corpses after exhumation.

138 Lithuania, Exhumation.

139 USSR, exhumation. [Picture rather suggests a POW camp.]

140 Maly Trostenets, Belorussia, Bodies in a mass grave.

141 Maly Trostenets, Belorussia, A Soviet investigation committee inspecting a mass grave, 1944.

142 Maly Trostenets, Minsk, Belorussia, Corpses of Soviets who were murdered in the death camp during the years 1941-1944.

143 Maly Trostenets, Belorussia, A pile of dead bodies in a cremation area.

144 Maly Trostenets, Belorussia, 1944, Corpses of those murdered in the concentration camp.

145 Trostenets, Belorussia, People examining the burnt corpses of Soviets in the death camp.

146 Trostinets, Belorussia, A pile of burnt bodies in a concentration camp, in the Minsk area.

147 Minsk, Belorussia, 1943-1944, Burnt corpses of Soviets near Minsk. [Image is identical with USHMM photo # 71947, captioned "The charred remains of prisoners burned by the Germans before the liberation of the Maly Trostinets concentration camp", included in USHMM photo query Maly Trostinets]

148 Lithuania, Postwar, A corpse in a mass grave.

149 Ponary, Poland, Exhumation of corpses from ditches.

150 Ponary, Vilna, Poland, 1945, Exhumation.

151 Ponary, Poland, Corpses of murdered people.

152 Ponary, Poland, Exposed bodies of victims in a mass grave.

153 Ponary, Poland, Three bodies in the sand.

154 Ponary, Poland, Bodies of the victims that were massacred there.

155 Ponary, Poland, Corpses.

156 Ponary, Poland, Corpses hanging on the gallows.

157 Ponary, Poland, Corpses hanging from the gallows.

158 Ponary, Poland, Doctors exhuming corpses.

159 Ponary, Poland, Corpses of Russian POWs.

160 Kalarasz, Rumania, Exhumation of a mass grave.

161 Klooga, Estonia, Soviet soldiers standing next to bodies ready for burning found in the camp after its liberation, 1944.

162 Klooge, Estonia, Bodies in the camp after its liberation by the Soviets.

163 Klogne, Estonia, Bodies of inmates.

164 Klooga, Estonia, 1945, Bodies between logs.

165 Klooga, Estonia, September 1944, Burnt bodies.

166 Klooga, Estonia, Russian soldiers beside burnt bodies, September 1944.

167 Estonia,Klooga, 1944, Bodies in a barrack in the camp, after the liberation.

168 Klooge, Estonia, A pile of bodies ready for cremation.

169 Klooge, Estonia, 1944, Bodies in the camp, after its liberation by the Soviets.

170 Klooga, Estonia, A row of partially charred corpses, with the remains of the camp in the background, September 1944.

171 Klooga, Estonia, Half burned bodies, September 1944.

172 Klooga, Estonia, Survivors beside burnt bodies, September 1944.

173 Klooga, Estonia, Prisoners' bodies the liberation of the camp, 1945.

174 Klooga, Estonia, Corpses of prisoners.

175 Klooga, Estonia, Corpses of prisoners, after liberation.

176 Klooga, Estonia, Corpses of prisoners after liberation.

177 Slonim, Poland, Corpses of Soviets who were murdered by the Germans.

178 USSR, German soldiers preparing for an execution by hanging.

179 Zhitomir, Ukraine, 07/08/1941, Public hanging of Jews accused of connections to the Soviet secret police.

180 Syretsk, Ukraine, Bodies of Jews murdered in the concentration camp. [Picture is probably not from Syretsk concentration camp but from Darnitsa POW camp, also in the Kiev area. See the blog The Atrocities committed by German-Fascists in the USSR (2)]

181 Syretsk, Ukraine, Bodies of murder victims, after the liberation.

182 Kiev, Ukraine, Bodies of Jews on Michailowska Street, 06/11/1943. [Probably not Jews, see the blog The Atrocities committed by German-Fascists in the USSR (2).]

183 Kiev, Ukraine, The bodies of two Jews who were shot during the deportation of the town's Jews to Babi Yar, October 1941.

184 Kiev, Ukraine, The bodies of two Jews who were shot during the deportation of the town's Jews to Babiy Yar, October 1941.

185 Kiev, Ukraine, A Jewish man shot while being deported, October 1941. [Photo probably related to the Babi Yar massacre on 29/30 September 1941.]

186 Kiev, Ukraine, German soldiers near the corpses of civilians whom they shot due to their partisan activities.

187 USSR, Local woman trying to identify bodies of their relatives.

188 Ravnopol, Russia, The bodies of Sofia Brant and her daughter in the snow, 1942.

189 Vilijampole, Lithuania, Burnt bodies of murder victims in the ghetto, 18/12/1944.

190 Vilna, Poland, Bodies of executed people tied to posts; soldiers in the background.

191 Kamenets Podolskiy, Ukraine, Bodies, August 1941.

192 Kamenets Podolsk, Ukraine, Bodies, August 1941.

193 Kamenets Podolski, Ukraine, A pile of corpses.

194 Tarnopol, Poland, Bodies of Jews, 06/1941.

195 Tarnopol, Poland, Bodies of Jews killed during a pogrom on early July 1941.

196 Tarnopol, Poland, Bodies of Jews, 06-16/07/1941.

197 Mizocz, Poland, Bodies of women and children from Misocz village who were murdered by German policemen and Ukrainian collaborators, October 1942.

198 Misocz, Polnad. The final moments of the lives of the women and children of Misocz who were shot to death during the liquidation of the ghetto, 14/10/1942.

199 Lvov, Poland, Bodies, after a pogrom.

200 Lvov, Ukraine, June 1941, Bodies of Jews who were executed by firing-squad.

201 Proskurov, Ukraine, Bodies of murdered Jewish residents, 1942-1944.

[Fotos 01 a 101 - parte 1]
[Fotos 201 a 289 - parte 3]

Fonte: Holocaust Controversies
Texto: Roberto Muehlenkamp
http://holocaustcontroversies.blogspot.com/2011/06/22-june-1941.html
Tradução: Roberto Lucena

*POW = abreviação em inglês de "prisoner of war" (prisioneiro de guerra)

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