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Poles find mass graves of Nazi victims

Poles find mass graves of Nazi victims

Viky
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Graves with the remains of 8 000 people were found by investigators in Poland near the site of the Soldau concentration camp. The Germans wanted to hide the burial pits. They burned the bodies, buried them and planted trees. The victims included members of the Polish elite, soldiers, resistance fighters and Jews.
29.10.2010 Discovery of a mass grave near Dobronín 29. 10. 2010

29.10.2010 Discovery of a mass grave near Dobronín

Viky
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At least thirteen people were buried in a mass grave in Dobronín in the Jihlava region. This news was reported by the media eleven years ago. According to testimonies, the German inhabitants destined for removal were supposed to be buried in the grave.
19.10.2014 Germany returns painting seized by Nazis 19. 10. 2014

19.10.2014 Germany returns painting seized by Nazis

Viky
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Almost 70 years after the war, Germany returned to Poland a rare painting that the Nazis stole for Hitler's museum. Specifically, it was a work by the Venetian painter Francesco Guardi, entitled "The Palace Staircase". But the search is still on for thousands of works of art that have disappeared to parts unknown.
4. 7. 2010 283 German skulls buried 4. 7. 2010

4. 7. 2010 283 German skulls buried

Viky
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The remains of the original German inhabitants were buried near Deštné. It was speculated that they were murdered at the end of World War II. But their exact identities have not been established.
They discovered the bodies of nuns who had been brutally murdered

They discovered the bodies of nuns who had been brutally murdered

Viky
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Archaeologists have recently discovered the skeletons of Catholic nuns who were murdered by the Red Army at the end of World War II. Their discovery closes with months of searching. They lost their lives in a particularly brutal way while helping in the hospital. The soldiers also killed patients.
A shocking message from the past: children's identification stamps in the Sobibor extermination camp

A shocking message from the past: children's identification stamps in the Sobibor extermination camp

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Excavations at the Sobibor extermination camp in Poland have revealed four identification marks of murdered Jewish children. All came from Amsterdam, which was part of the targeted extermination of Dutch Jews in the spring and summer of 1943. In this camp alone, more than a quarter of a million people, thousands of young children, including infants, were cruelly murdered in just 16 months.

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