In June 1941, German mobile killing squads, known as Einsatzgruppen, were dispatched throughout Eastern Europe.
By the spring of 1943, the 3000 members of the Einsatzgruppen, led by highly-educated officers and aided by local collaborators in each country, had systematically murdered over a million Jews and tens of thousands Roma, handicapped, Poles, Russians, partisans and non-combatants.
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