Jews at forced labor in Mogilev, Belarus

Jews at forced labor in Mogilev, Belarus

Mogilev, Belarus, Soviet Jews to forced labor for clearing the streets after battles.
After a fierce defense of the city of Mogilev in July 1941 and the subsequent retreat of the Red Army, the Nazis rounded up all the Jews were given the tool and forced to analyze debris, clean up the corpses and weapons on the streets. Those who refused were shot on the spot.

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