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Oct 21 2010
1 The Times reports (November 26, 2005 p. 27): 6715
2 The International Criminal Court has launched an investigation and has issued indictments against LRA leaders. 2587
3 Siege of Leningrad 1849
4 Oradour-sur-Glane 1033
5 Babi Yar 903
6 Malmedy massacre, December 1944, United States POWs captured by Kampfgruppe Peiper were murdered outside Malmedy, Belgium. 699
7 The Porajmos, the Nazi pogrom against the Romany peoples of Europe 627
8 The Nazi crimes against Soviet POWs, resulted in some 3.3 million to 3.5 million deaths, about 60% of all Soviet POWs. 586
9 Unrestricted submarine warfare against merchant shipping 496
10 Simferopol 484
11 Death marches of prisoners, particularly in the last months of the war when the aforementioned camps were being overrun by the Allies 474
12 Le Paradis massacre, May 1940, British soldiers of the Royal Norfolk Regiment, captured by the SS and subsequently murdered. Fritz Knoechlein tried, found guilty and hanged. 153
13 Ninth Fort 125
14 Marzabotto massacre 107
15 Operation Tannenberg, the AB Action and the Massacre of Lwów professors, all Nazi actions in Poland meant to mass murder the Polish intelligentsia and other potential leaders of resistance. 103
16 Wormhoudt massacre, May 1940, British and French soldiers captured by the SS and subsequently murdered. No one found guilty of the crime. 94
17 Heusden; town hall massacre (November 1944). 77
18 "Vietnam War Crimes Working Group Files" - Briefly declassified (1994) and subsequently reclassified (2002?) documentary evidence compiled by a Pentagon task force detailing endemic war crimes. Substantiating 320 incidents by Army investigators, including seven massacres from 1967 through 1971 in which at least 137 civilians died (not including My Lai). Seventy-eight other attacks on noncombatants in which at least 57 were killed, 56 wounded and 15 sexually assaulted. One hundred forty-one instances in which U.S. soldiers tortured civilian detainees or prisoners of war. 63
19 German war crimes during the Battle of Moscow 60
20 Massacre of Kalavryta 59
21 Distomo massacre 53
22 Izieu Massacre 42
23 Gardelegen (war crime) 41
24 Sant'Anna di Stazzema 37
25 Rumbula 29
26 Vinkt Massacre 27
27 Nikolaev Massacre 27
28 The Nazi T-4 Euthanasia Program, an aborted eugenics program meant to kill German children who were mentally or physically handicapped. 200,000 people were gassed to death due to this program. < 5
29 The Łapanka or "Catching Game," – Nazi roundups of Poles in the major cities for slave labor and other purposes < 5
30 Invasion of Poland, in the period of 1 September - 25 October 1939 German Wehrmacht during its military actions engaged in executions of Polish POWs, bombed hospitals, murdered civilians, shot refugees, executed wounded soldiers. The cautious estimates give a number of at least 16,000 murdered victims < 5
31 Cefalonia Massacre < 5
32 Pacification Operations in German occupied Poland, during the occupation of Poland by German Reich, Wehrmacht forces took part in several pacification actions in rural areas, that resulted in murder of at least 20,000 Polish villagers < 5
33 Dnepropetrovsk < 5

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