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March to Ponary

Wilno (Vilna)/Vilnius, Pland (now Lithuania), Jews being marched to Ponary for immediate execution (drawing by Fajwel Segal). Ponary/Poneriai was the are of wooded hills on the outskirts of Wilno/Vilnius where in 1941-1944, 60,000 to 70,000 Jews from Wilno were executed by the Germans and the collaborating Lithuanian units.