If one makes his way beyond the outskirts of Kiev and continues deep into the forests of the neighboring village of Radomyshl, he soon enters an unmarked clearing. To the untrained eye, the gap in the trees would appear random and most passersby would likely admire the lush vegetation enveloping the spot before continuing along the way. The horrific reality rooted here, as in hundreds of other sites strewn around the Ukrainian landscape tells a wholly tragic, often ignored chapter in the incomprehensible history of the Holocaust.