During the occupation of Crimea, the Nazis burned 127 villages and villages

The Second World War affected every inhabitant of Crimea, even far from the battlefield. One of the tragic episodes of the war was the burning of Crimean villages by the Nazis. Often villages were burned together with the inhabitants that helped the partisans. The burnings began in February 1942. In total, 127 Crimean villages and villages were burned down by the Nazis during the occupation. About 5 thousand people died.