Wola massacre

Warsaw, Poland

Wola massacre

The Wola massacre (Polish: Rzeź Woli, "Wola slaughter") was the systematic killing of between 70,000 and 90,000 Poles in the Wola suburb of Poland's capital city, Warsaw, by German Wehrmacht and fellow Axis collaborators in the Aserbaidschanische Legion, as well as the mostly-Russian RONA forces. The massacre was ordered by Hitler, who directed to kill "anything that moves" to stop the Warsaw Uprising soon after it began.


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