Hundreds Of Artifacts Uncovered At Sites Of Nazi Mass Killings

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In 1945, Nazi soldiers murdered more than 200 Polish and Soviet forced laborers at three separate locations in what’s known as one of the worst crimes in the war-torn nations. Historians and archaeologists excavating the three sites have uncovered more than 400 personal items left behind by the victims at the time of their death and, in pairing with historical records, an archaeological excavation led by Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe (LWL) in Germany is helping experts forensically reconstruct the victims’ final moments.

Hundreds Of Artifacts Uncovered At Sites Of Nazi Mass Killings

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