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Holocaust By Bullets: Reflections on a Mass Grave

with Professor Philippe Sands QC

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The renowned human rights lawyer and award-winning author speaks about his experience of locating and spending time at the mass grave in Zolkiew (now Zhovkva), in Ukraine, which plays a central role in his best selling book East West Street and in his powerful BBC Storyville film My Nazi Legacy.

"One by one, they had to step onto the plank which hung over the ditch, so that when they were shot they fell straight into the open grave . . . “, wrote schoolteacher Gerszon Taffet, who survived an act of mass killing in a place that remains untouched today.  

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Add to Calendar 23/05/2017 18:30:00 23/05/2017 18:30:00 Holocaust By Bullets: Reflections on a Mass Grave The renowned human rights lawyer and award-winning author speaks about his experience of locating and spending time at the mass grave in Zolkiew (now Zhovkva), in Ukraine, which plays a central role in his best selling book East West Street and in his powerful BBC Storyville film My Nazi Legacy. "One by one, they had to step onto the plank which hung over the ditch, so that when they were shot they fell straight into the open grave . . . “, wrote schoolteacher Gerszon Taffet, who survived an act of mass killing in a place that remains untouched today.   JW3 DD/MM/YYYY

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