Does anyone have more info on this picture, like a higher resolution version or what exactly it shows? Is it allegedly showing Germans with people executed naked (why naked?) or Soviets having uncovered/discovered said grave (victims still not decomposed, no shot wounds visible)?
I think I have an even lower resolution version before with as remark that people shot with machine guns don't look so nice and that bodies are not all that discernible and weird. I just can't remember where exactly. The "picture" looks like a painted over version of an extract of what might have been in the full movie, excerpts of which below in a YouTube video of a mass grave at Kharkov. Check at 3:52 minutes in.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4agw5_oi ... W4EO1w1xm0
Berenbaum, Michael. The World Must Know: the history of the Holocaust
as told in the United States Holocaust Museum. ISBN O-316-09135-9 (hc).
First edition 1993.
Page 96. Caption to photo reads:
Mass graves of seven thousand murdered in Khmelnitski Proskurov,
Ukraine, January 1943. _Museum of the Polish Army, Warsaw, Poland._
http://www.nizkor.org/ftp.cgi/places/ft ... -grave.ref