Lands of Unkultur: Mass violence, corpses, and the Nazi imagination of the East

@inproceedings{McConnell2017LandsOU,
  title={Lands of Unkultur: Mass violence, corpses, and the Nazi imagination of the East},
  author={M. McConnell},
  year={2017}
}
On 1 June 1943 Herr Lange, a political advisor in the civilian administration of Generalkommissariat Weissruthenia, delivered a report regarding a recent Bandenaktion, or anti-partisan operation, to his superiors in Minsk.1 He noted that during a punishment action in the district of Borrisow, German troops and their local collaborators had herded the inhabitants into a large barn. Once inside they were shot and the building was then set on fire. However, it only partially burned and when Lange… Expand
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