This Day in Jewish History 1941: The Jews of Odessa Left Out in the Cold

Following three days of massacres, the remaining Jews of Odessa, Ukraine, were gathered together on this day in 1941 by Romanian occupying forces and left to face the elements for 10 days.

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On this day in 1941, the Jews of Odessa, Ukraine, were taken outside the city and left exposed to the elements for 10 days, after already surviving three days of massacres by the Romanian occupying forces.