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Holocaust in a Transnistrian Town: Death and Survival in Rybnitsa (1941‑1944) (2013-2014)
The publication of Neighbors by Jan Gross generated a wide debate in Poland about the participation of the Poles in the Holocaust. Jedwabne was a Polish village where the titular nationality massacred the Jewish population. The name of this village became a generic name for the participation of the other Eastern European nations in the Holocaust. In this paper, I examine the particularities of the Holocaust in Rybnitsa – a small town in the Transnistrian region of the Republic of Moldova.