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Ukraine Is Breaking the Soviet Silence About Babi Yar’s 33,000 Murdered Jews

When Israel’s president visits the memorial outside Kyiv where Nazis executed 33,000 Jews in two days, he will be paying tribute to a tragedy held in common by Jews and Ukrainians, despite Soviet efforts to obliterate its memory

Michael Brodsky
Michael Brodsky
Michael Brodsky
Michael Brodsky

This week, President Isaac Herzog will embark on his first international visit since he took office in early July 2021. He will pay a state visit to Ukraine, and meet with President Volodymyr Zelensky, the only Jewish head of state outside of Israel.

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