Two Mass Graves of Over 8,000 Nazi Victims Found in Poland
Two mass graves containing the remains of over 8,000 people murdered by the Nazis during World War II were found in Poland, according to the the country’s Institute of National Remembrance.
Special investigators in Poland announced that the two mass graves contained the ashes of over 8,000 Poles killed by the Nazis in forest executions during World War II, which the Nazis later tried to cover up by incinerating the bodies and planting trees over the sites.
The grave sites in the Bialuty Forest, located 100 miles north of Warsaw, were marked this week with speeches and wreath-laying, CBS News reported.
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