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The testimony of Viktor Trill, Sonderkommando 4a, on the killing of women and children

I can still dimly recall our detachment executing fifteen to twenty Jews, including women and four or five children aged between six and nine months, on the march from Kiev to Poltava....I can no longer describe the execution area today. I think that I also had to do some of the shooting, but I know for sure that I did not have to shoot any children. I still remember today one of the men saying that the children hung on to life like adults. He must have shot children.

Klee, Ernst, Willi Dressen and Volker Riess, ed. The Good Old Days. New York: The Free Press. 1988. p.63

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Ken Lewis
September 23 1997
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