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The Marzabotto massacre was a World War II massacre that took place in the small Italian town of Marzabotto. Between September 29 and October 5, 1944, soldiers of 16. SS-Panzergrenadier-Division Reichsführer-SS, led by Sturmbannführer Walter Reder , killed 955 people in the territory of Marzabotto, Monzuno and Grizzana , in the largest civilian massacre perpetrated by Nazis in Western Europe.
- Marzabotto: The Crimes of Walter Reder - SS-Sturmbannführer by Christian Ortner (Vienna, 1985)
- Silence on Monte Sole by Jack Olsen (New York, 1968, ISBN 0213177943)
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