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The Treatment of Soviet POWs: Starvation, Disease, and Shootings, June 1941–January 1942 Photograph
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Soviet prisoners of war receiving their meager rations. More than three million Soviet prisoners of war died in German custody, mostly from malnutrition and exposure. Rovno, Poland, 1941.
Instytut Pamieci Narodowej
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