The Katyn Massacre
(A DOCUMENTARY ACCOUNT OF THE EVIDENCE)
The Katyn Forest Massacre: In a forest named Katyn near the Soviet city of Smolensk, the government of the Soviet Union ordered the summary execution of over 12,000 Polish officers in March and April of 1940. Unable to hide the facts and unwilling to accept responsibility for one of the largest and most brutal executions in history, the Soviets successfully shifted the blame for the massacre to the German Army. With 28 extremely gruesome photos and very direct text this 1943 German book reported the unanimous findings of an international forensic commission to the German people- the Russians did it! Comes with a removable American/English translation.
Softbound, 50 pages, 28 photos, 5.5 x 8.5 inch size.