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In Mogilev 10,000 Jews in September-October 1941 were shot.

In Vitebsk on 2–12 October, 6–8 November and 19 December 1941 20,000 Jews were shot.

On 7 December 1941 almost 20,000 Jews from Babrujsk were killed.

On 20 October 1941 8,000 Jews from Barysaw were killed.

On 15 September 1941 15,000 Jews from Berdychiv were shot.

In the second half of September 22,464 Jews from Kherson and Mykolaiv were killed.

In Dnepropetrovsk on 13 October 1941 11,000 Jews were shot.

Between 20 and 30 October 8,000 Jews in Mariupol were killed.

On 29 and 30 September 33,771 Jews from Kiev were shot in a ravine called Babi Yar, and further executions took place there at later dates.[1]

On 26 December 1941 15,000 Jews in Kharkov were shot.[2]

In Minsk in November 1941 19,000 Jews were killed.

In Kamenez-Podolsk an 27–28 August 1941 23,600 Jews were shot.

In Riga 30 November, 8–9 December 1941 25,000 Jews were killed.

In Rovno on 7–8 October 1941 21,000 Jews were shot.[3]

In Odessa on 23–25 December 1941 19,000-25,000 Jews were burned alive by Romanians.

In Tiraspol on 7 August 1941 1,500 Jews were shot.

From Smolensk on 15–16 July 1942 2,000 Jews were shot.

In summer 1942 400 Jews from Kursk were shot.

On 5 February 1942 1,700 Jews from Belgorod were shot.

On 21 August 1942 3,000 Jews were killed in Krasnodar.[4]

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