This day in Jewish history / Nazis massacre Jews at Babi Yar
September 30, 1941, was the second and final day of the mass killing of 33,771 Jews that took place in a Kiev ravine.
September 30, 1941, was the second and final day of the notorious Babi Yar massacre of Jews, one of a series of mass killings undertaken by the Germans in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev during World War II. Babi Yar is the name of a ravine in the northern part of the city.
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