The remains of former concentration camp prisoners were found in the Rostov region near Ostrogozhsk.
According to the calculations of search engines, from 400 to 500 people are buried here.
During WW2, there were 2 German concentration camps in this area, in one of them there were women and children, and in the other there were captured soldiers of the Red Army.
Prisoners’ labor was used in the construction of the Rostov-Berlin highway in 1942-1943.
In total, 17 concentration camps for prisoners of war and civilians were involved in the Rostov region, with a total number of 35 to 70,000 prisoners.
On September 2, a solemn reburial of the found remains will take place.
Rostov region, Russia.