Posted BY: Billy | NwoReport

A pair of mass graves containing 19 tons of ashes of at least 8,000 individuals have been discovered outside the former Nazi concentration camp of Soldau in Poland.

The estimate is based on the weight of the remains, with four pounds roughly corresponding to one body.

Researchers said the victims were assassinated and buried at one point, but then dug up and burned by members of the Nazi party in an attempt to cover up the murders.

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A stone monument now stands in the area where the graves were dug, with the inscription ‘Nieznani meczennicy Polegli za polskosc. 1939-1944’ in Polish and reads ‘Unknown martyrs they fell for Polishness. 1939-1944’ in English.

Officials unveiled the monument on Wednesday, noting that the war crimes committed on the land will not be forgotten. 

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