‘The Russians See Ukrainians the Same Way Nazis Saw the Jews’

'Every Ukrainian faces the same situation as the Jews faced 80 years ago,' says Sergei Loznitsa, the Ukrainian director of ‘Babi Yar. Context,’ which revisits the Nazi massacre of Jews near Kyiv in 1941

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People take part in a rally for peace in Ukraine organized by the German Federation of Trade Unions at Cottbus' Altmarkt square, last month.
People take part in a rally for peace in Ukraine organized by the German Federation of Trade Unions at Cottbus' Altmarkt square, last month. Credit: Frank Hammerschmidt / DPA / Picture Alliance
Nirit Anderman
Nirit Anderman
A still from the documentary "Babi Yar. Context."Credit: Courtesy of Sergei Loznitsa
Dead bodies in the ravine at Babi Yar following the massacre of over 33,000 Jews in September 1941. Credit: /AP
The Babyn Yar Holocaust memorial on the outskirts of Kyiv last month, after Russian missiles exploded in the area.Credit: DIMITAR DILKOFF / AFP

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