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During the Second World War, many sides committed atrocities and executions that were unlawful and resulted in huge massacres. Some of the perpetrators of these war crimes were brought to trial after the Second World War had come to an end, however many more criminals never faced justice. During the conflict, History’s deadliest executioner dispatched thousands of prisoners of war in one of the most horrific massacres of World War 2. Vasily Blohkin is remembered today as History’s most prolific and deadliest executioner.
Inside of Joseph Stalin’s Soviet Union, Blohkin rose to prominence as the Chief Executioner of the NKVD, and he carried out many of the high profile executions of Stalin’s purges. He was also responsible for the murders of thousands, and for torture but during World War 2 he was placed in charge of administering the Katyn Massacre. He was responsible for the executions of over 22,000 prisoners of war, and its claimed he personally shot around 7,000 of these men in efficient slaughter. He prided himself on how quick he could perform an execution, and during the horrific massacre he executed a Polish officer/prisoner every 3 minutes. The Katyn Massacre was one of the most shocking atrocities of the Second World War, and one of the largest collective murders organised by the Soviet Union. After the war, Blohkin continued to serve under Stalin’s police until the leader of the Soviet Union died. He then was stripped of his ranks, and fell into alcoholism and obscurity. Vasily Blohkin is remembered today for being the deadliest executioner in History.
So join us today as we look at, ‘History’s DEADLIEST Executioner.’
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