Charred remains of victims at Maly Trostinets

Charred remains of victims at Maly Trostinets

View of the charred remains of Jewish victims burned by the Germans near the Maly Trostinets concentration camp.  Photograph taken ca. 1944. 

In the fall of 1943, the Germans destroyed the Minsk ghetto. The SS deported some Jews from Minsk to the Sobibor killing center, and killed about 4,000 remaining Jews at Maly Trostinets.


  • US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Belarusian State Archive of Documentary Film and Photography
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