Inside a terrifying Nazi mass grave containing 675 ‘bloodless’ babies and children.
During WWII, a gruesome discovery of 1,362 bodies was made near St Petersburg, near the base of an invading Hitler SS unit, experts said.
A Nazi mass grave in Russia has been discovered, containing 675 babies and children who were allegedly “drained of blood” in order to save injured German soldiers.
Experts said the gruesome discovery, which contained 1,362 bodies, was made near St Petersburg during WWII, close to the base of an invading Hitler SS unit.
The site is thought to be from the evil Vyritsa ‘blood transfusion’ concentration camp near Gatchina, where children were kept solely to provide blood to injured Nazis.
“There is no end to it all,” said the man in charge of the search for the remains.
Just this week, up to 50 sacks of human remains were removed from the site.
Novaya Burya village is located in the Leningrad region’s Lomonosovsky district.
“We’re digging and digging, but there’s no end in sight,” Viktor Ionov, the search team’s leader, said.
“Civilians are also more difficult to dig out morally than military victims.”
“The victims were not dressed or wearing shoes.
Normally, something decayed, such as soles, remains – but not here.”
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The victims were discovered naked and without shoes, with almost no visible wounds.
Investigators believe the children’s remains came from a notorious concentration camp near Leningrad, now St Petersburg, where children were kept solely to provide blood for wounded German officers and soldiers fighting nearby.
Women made up the majority of the adult casualties, with at least three of them pregnant.
“The bones of 1,362 people, 675 of whom were children, have been dug up here,” said search volunteer Sergei Beregovoi.
“The bodies were piled up.
Some of the people were holding their arms out in front of them.
Despite all of my experience, I was utterly horrified,” he told 47news.
During the Siege of Leningrad, Nazi soldiers were stationed just 300 meters from the site between 1941 and 1943, and an SS unit was also stationed nearby.
“The most perplexing thing is that neither the elderly nor local historians recall anything about what happened here,” Ionov said.
“The military archives contain no proof.”
I’m perplexed as to why no one knows anything about what happened here.”
The first indication of a mass grave beneath the surface appeared.
The news is summarized by Brinkwire.