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Jewish cemetery

One day in the summer of 1942 all able-bodied Jews from the ghetto of Kamenets-Podolsk were taken out to work. After they left, about 800 children and old people who remained in the ghetto were taken by truck and on foot to the Jewish cemetery on the northeastern outskirts of Kamenets-Podolsk. There they all were shot by members of the Kamenets-Podolsk branch of the security police and SD head quarters, the 1st Police Cavalry Detachment, and local auxiliary police.
According to eyewitnesses, approximately 300 more Jews of all ages and both sexes were shot there at the end of 1942.
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Bina Tenenblat, who was born in 1928 in Kamenets-Podolsk and lived in the city during World War Two
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Bina Tenenblat, who was born in 1928 in Kamenets-Podolsk and lived in the city during World War Two