The trial of Andrei Sawoniuk: Holocaust testimony under cross-examination

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Hirsh, David;
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Andrei Sawoniuk, a member of a Nazi-organized police outfit, led an operation in a small town in Belorus in 1942-3 to kill the Jews who had evaded the main Nazi massacre. He was found guilty, not of genocide or crimes against humanity, but of murder, according to the Wa... View more
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