This video says about itself:
Lomazy, Poland: 1942 massacre of all 1800 Jewish residents
Lomazy, east Poland.
On 18 August 1942 Wehrmacht Battalion 101 together with its Ukrainian Auxiliary Company and local Polish collaborators executed 1,800 women, men, children, elderly people, the entire village Jewish population and refugees.
The massacre took place into pits in the nearby ‘Haly Forest’.
This was merely one of many genocide atrocities committed against European Jews.
This is the short 15m version of the 1h10m film.
Film was taken by Meir Garbarz Gover in 2005 depicting the last surviving Polish eyewitness to the massacre. He was aged 13 in 1942 and lived in the farm next to the massacre forest location.
Gover’s own great uncle and his family were among the 1,800 victims.
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