Discussions on all aspects of Poland during the Second Polish Republic and the Second World War. Hosted by Piotr Kapuscinski.
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after the uprising was crushed....with exceptions of those killled at Mila 18 and one or two instances of remains being ad hoc buried wwhne the buildings above were destroyed above them,,,did the germans when they destroyed the ghetto buildings..and th site turned into a KZ Camp...did they cremate the bodies of both Jews and Poles in the warsaw ghetto KZ crematorium,,,,and ashes buried within the Old Jewish Cemetery?
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Perhaps. In KL Warschau, corpses could have been burned on grates from railroad rails, as in the Treblinka death camp or as part of Operation 1005 Col. Blobel.