This video, about crimes of the nazi occupation of then Poland, now Ukraine says about itself:
Rape of Jewish women and slaughter of over 6,000 Jews. Lviv 1941
16 May 2016
Description at beginning of film.
This city is known by three names. Lviv (Ukrainian); pronounced as L’vil.
Lwow (Polish) pronounced L’vuf. L’vof Russian. Also called Lemburg by the Germans.
The pogrom against the Jews there may be associated by either of these names so it can be confusing.
Actions like this also happened in Kaunas, Lithuania, mostly perpetrated by [pro-nazi] Lithuanians.
One of the first films showing Jews forced to run to trenches to be shot was filmed by an off duty German sailor here in 1941. …
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
ELEVEN male students at Warwick University have been suspended pending a disciplinary investigation after screenshots of a group chat showed that they joked about rape and used racist and anti-semitic slurs.
Three formal complaints were made to the university, with dozens of screenshots of the alleged remarks provided as evidence.
The screenshots from Facebook showed one chat member wrote: “Rape her friends too,” with another replying: “Sometimes it’s fun to just go wild and rape 100 girls.”
The conversation continued with: “Rape the whole flat to teach them all (a) lesson.”
Another message read: “What do we do with girls? RAAAAAAAAAPE.”
At one point, a user wrote: “Rape her in the street while everybody watches,” with another responding it “wouldn’t even be unfair.”
One chat participant then said: “Even the pakis?”
Discussing racism, one user said: “Yeah racism is frowned upon at Warwick? Fucking bull.”
The University of Warwick – a member of the elite Russell Group of universities – is ranked 11th in the UK, according to the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2018.
A University of Warwick student union spokeswoman said: “The SU condemns the content of these messages, together with all forms of sexism, racism, anti-semitism, ableism and threats of violence, in the strongest possible terms.
“The SU has been supporting the victims and will continue to do so.
“We are also proactively co-operating with the university’s ongoing investigation and hope to see a conclusion as swiftly as possible.”