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        Memorial marker, site of Nazi death camp in World War II | Remembering the Holocaust

        The Ponary massacre was the mass-murder of 100,000 people, mostly Polish Jews, by German SD, SS and Lithuanian Nazi collaborators Sonderkommando collaborators (Special SD and German Security Police Squad 'Ypatingasis burys' units) during World War II and the Holocaust in Reichskommissariat Ostland. The executions took place between July 1941 and August 1944 near the railway station of Paneriai, then in Poland now a suburb of Vilnius Lithuania.

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