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Template:POV-title On June 22, 1941, during the first day of the German invasion of the Soviet Union, 10 people were killed in Răzeni, Moldova (at the time in the Moldavian SSR) by Soviet authorities and buried in a mass grave.[1]

Victims of the massacre

  • Diomid Platon
  • Niculai Platon
  • Dănila Titica
  • Nichita Stacanov
  • Alexandru Mihalache
  • Eugen Juriari (Jurian)
  • Alexandru Camardin
  • Ilie Groian
  • 2 unknow victims

Legacy

In July 1941 after Operation Barbarossa, a commemorative plaque was installed in Răzeni: "Aici odihnesc robii lui Dumnezeu Diomid, Niculai, Dănila, Nichita, Alexandru, Jurian, Alexandru, Ilie, doi necunoscuţi. Omorâţi mișelește de bolșevici comuniști. 12.VII.1941".[2]

The Memorial to victims of Răzeni Massacre was opened in 2009.

Notes

  1. Dumitru Lazur, Omorâţi mișelește de bolșevici comuniști, Curierul Ortodox, nr 6 (191), 15 June 2007.
  2. Dumitru Lazur, Omorâţi mișelește de bolșevici comuniști, Curierul Ortodox, nr 6 (191), 15 June 2007.

External links

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