European Journal | Poland Mass Graves in Malbork
Published: 2018-08-08

64 years after the end of World War Two,construction workers have unearthed a mass grave with the bones of 2,000 people near Marienburg Castle in Malbork,Poland,the former Marienburg. The evidence suggests the bodies are mostly of German civilians -- men,women,and children -- killed in early 1945 towards the end of the war.


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Author(s): Darius Cierpialkowski
Title: European Journal | Poland Mass Graves in Malbork
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Published: 2018-08-08
First posted on CODOH: Aug. 8, 2018, 10:08 a.m.
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