In Lithuania Alone, One Einsatzkommando Has Killed 133,346 People, Only 2,055 of Which Weren't Jews

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A report from Einsatzgruppe A states that since July 4, just one of the seven Einsatzkommando units has killed 133,346 people, of which 2,055 were not Jews. All of these killings have occurred in the district west of Vilnius, Lithuania.

Einsatzgruppe A is attached to the Army Group North and was originally organized on June 23, 1941.


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