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From the Einsatzgruppen Reports
May 22, 1942
Reports from the Occupied Eastern Territories No. 4
Jews in Crimea
Of the Krimchaks (about 6,000) who were usually counted as part of the Jewish population, well over half lived in Simferopol (2,500) and in Karasubatsar [Karasubazar]. Their extermination, together with that of the Jews and the Gypsies in the Crimea, was accomplished for the most part by the beginning of December, 1941 [sic].
Yitzhak Arad, Shmuel Krakowski and Shmuel Spector, eds., The Einsatzgruppen Reports, New York, 1989, p. 344.
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Yakov Mangupli, the last Krymchak of Belogorsk (Karasubazar) who was born in Belogorsk in 1954, recounts about the murder of the Krymchak Jews
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Yakov Mangupli, the last Krymchak of Belogorsk (Karasubazar) who was born in Belogorsk in 1954, recounts about the murder of the Krymchak Jews
Interview by Mikhail Tyaglyy, 2011
The International Institute for Holocaust Research at Yad Vashem