If Bucha genocide isn't a redline for the west then what is?

By The Canberra Times
Updated April 4 2022 - 7:59pm, first published 7:30pm
Ukrainian soldiers inspect the wreckage of a destroyed Russian armored column on the road in Bucha. Picture: Getty Images

On July 23, 1944, Soviet troops entered the Maidenek Extermination Camp near Lublin in Poland. It was the first Nazi death camp to be "liberated"; a hell hole where one-and-a-half million people had been gassed, shot, bashed or tortured to death over the previous two years.



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