Formerly Known as Freefalling
- Sep 8, 2006
- Not Afghanistan
Quite a lot of history in a small space: Teutonic Knights and probably victims of the Red Army. Given the location and size of this it is a little odd no one found them before.
WARSAW, Poland — Construction workers in northern Poland have unearthed a World War II-era mass grave containing what are believed to be the bodies of 1,800 German men, women and children who disappeared during the Soviet Army's march to Berlin.
Poles digging at the site of a planned luxury hotel in Malbork — which was called Marienburg and was part of Germany during the war — excavated a bomb crater at the foot of the city's famous 13th century Teutonic Knights fortress, authorities said Monday.