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Bilder einer Ausstellung. Kritische Anmerkungen zur Wanderausstellung "Vernichtungskrieg. Verbrechen der Wehrmacht 1941 bis 1944"

Bogdan Musial
Vierteljahrshefte für Zeitgeschichte
47. Jahrg., 4. H. (Oct., 1999), pp. 563-591
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30195546
Page Count: 29
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Bilder einer Ausstellung. Kritische Anmerkungen zur Wanderausstellung "Vernichtungskrieg. Verbrechen der Wehrmacht 1941 bis 1944"
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Abstract

The essay discusses the photographs on display in the exhibition entitled "Vernichtungskrieg. Verbrechen der Wehrmacht 1941 bis 1944". The so-called Wehrmachtsausstellung caused considerable controversy because the persons responsible for the exhibit claimed that all the photographs displayed showed crimes committed by the Wehrmacht. In the author's view important photographs of the exhibiton actually document Soviet crimes during the summer of 1941. The focus of this essay, however, is not to dispute whether or not the Wehrmacht committed crimes. Rather, the author sets about to prove that at least nine photographs show crimes committed by the Soviets and that another two dozen of them give grounds to believe the Soviets were involved. In order to identify the source of these photographs and to make clear what they show, the author describes Soviet war crimes during the first weeks of the German-Soviet war. The discovery of the photographs shown, what became of them and how they subsequently found their way into the exhibition are points the author discusses in detail.

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