1 Execution site(s)
Vladimir G. : "Some Jewish refugees arrived in the village with a wagon full of their belongings and moved into an empty house. There were one young man, four women and children. All were arrested one or two months later by the local police. The shooting took place in July, 1941. The Jews had to dig their own grave, situated 500 meters away from the village, in the middle of the thicket." (Witness N°1071, interviewed in December, 2010)
Vyvodove is a small village close to the city of Nikopol. The village was under German occupation between 1941 and 1943.
During German offensive in summer 1941, few Jewish refugees, four or five, stopped in the village, and were shot in a grain silo pit.
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