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Stone Quarry

On September 20, 1941 local auxiliary policemen of Arkhangelskoye arrested 5 Jews and 6 non-Jews of the village and took them to the rural administration building, where they were held overnight. The next day the victims were divided into two groups, loaded onto carts, and transported to a stone quarry a short distance from the village. Those in the group that included only Jews were forced to undress. Both groups were shot to death. The perpetrators of the massacre were Germans, apparently members of Einsatzgruppe D, and auxiliary policemen from Arkhangelskoye.