The ruins of a Nazi labor camp were unearthed in southeastern Poland.
Polish state radio reported last Friday that among other remnants, skeletons were found at what was the Pustkowo camp dear Debica, 60 miles east of Krakow. Polish officials believe the skeletons are those of prisoners executed by Nazis at the camp. A memorial for the site is now under discussion.
Nazis murdered some 15,000 people, mostly Poles, Jews and Russians, at the Pustkowo camp during World War II.
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