August 29, 2012

Archaeologists Reveal What Nazis Tried to Hide

George Dvorsky, io9


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Archaeology is typically associated with the study of ancient history, but a recent excavation at Poland's infamous Sobibor extermination camp has demonstrated its incredible potential for uncovering secrets locked within modern ruins. As the Sobibor dig has revealed, there is still lots to learn about the Holocaust — including those things the Nazis tried to hide during the waning years of the Second World War.

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TAGGED: Holocaust, Poland, Concentration Camps, Nazis, Archaeological Site

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