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'Still Much To Say': Remembering The Massacre At Babyn Yar

In the autumn of 1941, one the gravest atrocities of the 20th century unfolded in a ragged ravine on the outskirts of Nazi-occupied Kyiv.

The massacre of 33,771 Jews on September 29-30, 1941, at Babyn Yar was an early example of the industrial-scale murder the Nazis would employ in their quest to annihilate the Jewish race.

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Amos Chapple

Amos Chapple is a New Zealand-born photographer and picture researcher with a particular interest in the former U.S.S.R.