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Trucks used to transport Polish prisoners to the Palmiry forest for execution

German police and SS personnel wait with a convoy of trucks during a shooting action in the Palmiry forest near Warsaw. These trucks were used to transport prisoners held in the Pawiak and Mokotow prisons. October–December 1939.


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Prisoners being transported from Pawiak prison to be executed by firing squad in the Palmiry forest. [LCID: 50643]

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