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Chief of the Security Police            Berlin,
and the Security Service            October 2, 1941

                                48 copies
                              -------------
                               (36th copy)

OPERATIONAL SITUATION REPORT USSR No.101

Einsatzgruppe C
Location: Kiev

Sonderkommando 4a in collaboration with Einsatzgruppe HQ and two
Kommandos of police regiment South, executed 33,771 Jews in Kiev on
September 29 and 30, 1941.

Einsatzgruppe D
Location: Nikolayev

The Kommandos continued the liberation of the area from Jews and
Communist elements. In the period covered by the report, the towns
of Nikolayev and Kherson in particular were freed of Jews. Remaining
officials there were appropriately treated. From September 16 to 30,
22,467 Jews and Communists were executed. Total number 35,782.
Investigations again show that the high Communist officials
everywhere have fled to safety. On the whole, leading partisans or
leaders of sabotage detachments have been siezed. (Arad, 168)

                        Work Cited

Arad, Ytizak, Shmuel Krakowski and Shmuel Spector. The
Einsatzgruppen Reports. New York: Holocaust Library, 1989

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