Ground-penetrating radar used to search for mass graves at Treblinka

Published on January 19th, 2012 | by Admin


A forensic archaeologists has discovered, through the use of ground-penetrating radar, evidence of unknown mass graves at Treblinka, the infamous Nazi death camp.

Sturdy Colls said: “All the history books state that Treblinka was destroyed by the Nazis but the survey has demonstrated that simply isn’t the case.”

She added: “I’ve identified a number of buried pits using geophysical techniques. These are considerable in size, and very deep, one in particular is 26 by 17 metres.”

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