Operational Situation Report USSR No. 150
(January 2, 1942)
The Chief of the Security Police and Security Service
OPERATIONAL SITUATION REPORT USSR NO. 150
The number of persons checked within the period of the report by
the Kommandos of the Einsatzgruppe around Leningrad amounts to several
hundred. Altogether 93 people have been executed, among them a gang
of Gypsies who caused trouble in the Severskaya region. There is no
longer any Jewish civil population.
1) In Krasnoyo-Selo ten people out of 70 arrested
suspects were shot for partisan activity.
2) Sonderkommando 1b shot eight persons at Slutsk
and Tosno for the following reasons: out at night, partisan activities,
looting, crimes related to the use of explosives, and on suspicion of
3) Between November 1 and 22, 1941, the political
department of the Police HQ of Reval submitted to Einsatzkommando 1a
282 completed sentences [and discharges], as follows:
154 internments in a concentration camp
Situation and general mood
General mood is governed, as before, by the food problem.The
attitude towards the Jews has been confirmed. In general, the shooting
of Jews has been positively received after the initial fear of similiar
treatment for the rest of the population has subsided.
Simferopol, Yevpatoria, Alushta, Krasubasar, Kerch,
and Feodosia and other districts of western Crimea are free of Jews.
From November 16 to December 15, 1941, 17,645 Jews, 2,504 Krimchaks,
824 Gypsies, and 212 Communists and partisans have been shot. Altogether,
75,881 persons have been executed.
Rumors about executions in other areas complicated the action in
Simferopol. Reports about actions against Jews gradually filter down
from fleeing Jews, Russians, and also from the loose talk of German
Einsatzgruppen Reports by Yitzak Arad, Shmuel Krakowski and
Shmuel Spector, editors. p. 266-7)