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"IV Commissariat Ukrainian Police        Lviv, August 8, 1942
City of Lviv.
Document #2505/42

Command of Ukrainian Police in Lviv

Pertaining to: Report of Jewish Action 8/21/42

I report that on August 21, 1942 there were 312 Jews
delivered to the Yanivsky Camp. There were 4 instances of
the use of firearms, using 13 cartridges. 9 Jews were killed
by the German Police.

There were attempts at bribes. Later these articles were
turned over to the Security Police. They included 3 gold
chains, 1 string of pearls and 6650 gold coins.

                              Head of Commissariat
                              Olesh Sokolyshyn
                              Officer, Ukrainian Police"
From the Soviet State Archives, Ukr.SSR, as cited in B.F.
Sabrin, Ed., Alliance for Murder: The Nazi-Ukrainian
Partnership in Genocide. New York: Sarpedon, 1991, pp. 252-

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