Jewish Mass Grave Site, Bronica Forest, near Drohobych, Ukraine, 2016

Pigment print on archival paper, printed by David Kaufman

The Bronica forest near Drohobych was the site of mass killings of Jews at the start of the German occupation in 1941 and again in 1943. Survivors from the town have created memorials at eleven mass grave sites in the forest.

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