An exhibition focused on the massacre of 1.4 million Jews in Soviet Ukraine opened in Kiev recently, featuring a sobering display of Nazi bullets, photographs of bones and tearful witness testimonies.
The exhibit is based on the work of French Catholic Priest Patrick Desbois, who has been canvassing Ukrainian villages on a quest to identify hundreds of mass graves of Jews shot by Nazi soldiers and their collaborators during the Holocaust.
“Each person deserves to be buried and reintegrated into humanity,” Desbois said. “We cannot live like predators next to mass graves … building modern societies on the graves of people that we assassinated.”
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