At Mykhailivka, the [YIU] field investigation allowed us to better understand the scope of compulsion involved in the organization of the camp. And we also showed that this camp, in the heart of a small village, could not be impervious to its immediate environment. When we study the Holocaust in Ukraine, we must bear in mind the essential role of the countryside and its structures, that the Germans could not ignore, and which they used to set up their genocidal work. Click the image above to view the full article.