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On 5 August 1944, the Wola Massacre began. One by one, the houses in the Wola district of Warsaw were emptied by the Germans, who escorted their inhabitants outside and executed them, regardless of their age and sex. More than 30,000 people were murdered within three days. This experience was especially traumatic for children, who had to watch their loved ones die. Very few of them managed to survive. We encourage you to listen to what they have to say today, many years after these tragic events. Video with English subtitles. https://jonahintheheartofnineveh.blogspot.com/2020/11/war-through-childrens-eyes-wola-massacre.html
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On 5 August 1944, the Wola Massacre began. One by one, the houses in the Wola district of Warsaw were emptied by the Germans, who escorted their inhabitants outside and executed them, regardless of their age and sex. More than 30,000 people were murdered within three days. This experience was especially traumatic for children, who had to watch their loved ones die. Very few of them managed to survive. We encourage you to listen to what they have to say today, many years after these tragic events. Video with English subtitles. https://jonahintheheartofnineveh.blogspot.com/2020/11/war-through-childrens-eyes-wola-massacre.html
77 views · Dec 25th, 2020