Outside Auschwitz, the mystery of a mass grave is finally solved
For the first time in nearly seven decades, some of the victims of a death march from Auschwitz have been identified and a new gravestone bears their names.
In the Polish town of Miedzna, roughly 15 kilometers southwest of Auschwitz, is a mass grave containing the bodies of 42 camp inmates who were murdered during the death march in January 1945. The mass grave is in the local cemetery, near a large wooden church. Until last month, the victims’ identities were unknown. At the end of last month, in a special ceremony attended by a rabbi, a...
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