Archaeological findings in Poland's 'Death Valley'. Image: Sergo UfoSergo via YouTube
Archaeological findings in Poland's 'Death Valley'. Image: Sergo UfoSergo via YouTube

Archaeologists unearth Nazi-era massacre in Poland’s ‘Death Valley’

Using everything from interviews to laser scans, archaeologists uncovered three burial pits filled with ash, more than one ton of human bone and more than 4000 artefacts. The research is the first to systematically apply archaeological techniques to a World War II-era mass grave outside of concentration camps.

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