2 Execution site(s)
Nikolay Ivanovich K. evokes: "We were brought to Yelnya, where there was a big camp, fenced off by three ranges of barbed wire. This camp was at the border of town." (Witness N°142, interviewed in Vyazma, on May 25, 2011).
Yelnya is a village where 289 Jews used to live in 1939.
The town was occupied from July 19, 1941 to September 6, 1943. In March 1942, 230 Jews were shot by German units.
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