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In Yeisk in the Kuban, search engines are looking for the remains of orphans killed by the Nazis


MOSCOW, Dec 5 Search engines and historians looking for the place of the original burial of 214 disabled children from the local orphanage brutally destroyed in October 1942 by the Nazis in the Kuban Yeisk want to use georadars to find this grave, Marina Sidorenko, deputy director of the Yeisk Museum of History and Local Lore named after Samsonov, told RIA Novosti In 1943, some of the remains of the murdered children were found and reburied, but about 170 children were left lying at the original burial site, Sidorenko said on the sidelines of the All-Russian seminar “No statute of limitations”, which gathered participants of the federal project of the same name from all over the country in the Victory Museum in Moscow. “Our goal is to find this place,” stressed Sidorenko. The data that were obtained, including during the declassification of archival documents about that Nazi crime, cannot reliably indicate where this grave is. However, it is reliably known that the Nazis took away children doomed to death along a dirt road, which has survived to this day, said the agency's interlocutor. the ditch into which the Nazis threw the children. Now this is a local pit three by four, and we have to find this pit, “Sidorenko said. December 3, 5:05 p.m. Private at the walls of the Kremlin. 55th Anniversary of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Annually, Russia celebrates the Day of the Unknown Soldier on December 3. Exactly 55 years ago, the remains of a private found in a mass grave near Zelenograd were reburied in the Alexander Garden near the walls of the Kremlin. But this place was repeatedly plowed after the war, which greatly complicates the search, so it is necessary to use modern equipment, she explained. The search engines have already discussed which equipment should be used. “We plan to involve georadars in our searches, which may be able to“ show ”the voids in the ground. We rely on them and hope for them,” said the deputy director of the local history museum. Local patrons are also ready to provide assistance, she added. “We do not lose hope that we will find the remains of the children at the place of their original burial and we will be able to reburial them to those who are already buried in our city cemetery,” Sidorenko noted. Previously, she told RIA Novosti that the monstrous crime committed by the Nazis 9 October 10, 1942, can be considered the most terrible page of the war years in the history of Yeisk. In October 2019, the FSB Directorate for the Krasnodar Territory declassified documents that revealed the tragic details of the death of inmates of an orphanage in Yeisk during the Great Patriotic War. RIA Novosti published a series of materials telling about this atrocious crime of the Nazis. From the reports on the study of mass graves and exhumed bodies, it was possible to find out their names, dates of birth, place of arrival and nationality. The Investigative Committee of Russia opened a criminal case under the article “genocide.” His photographs were transferred to the Yeisk Museum of Local History in August this year. At the beginning of World War II, an orphanage was evacuated to Yeisk from Simferopol – about 300 disabled children and educators. At the end of the summer of 1942, the city was occupied by the Nazis, on October 9-10 of the same year, the Nazis killed 214 children in gas chambers. As it follows from the declassified documents, the unfortunates were taken out of the orphanage in trucks, and those who tried to escape or resist were thrown into the cars by the Nazis. The children’s questions about what was happening and where they were being taken were answered: “To Krasnodar for treatment,” “To the bathhouse,” “To load seeds.” According to available data, the Nazis took the children out to the side of the village of Simonovka, Yeisk district, where the gas chambers were killed. “were unloaded into anti-tank ditches. After the liberation of Yeisk from the occupation on February 5, 1943, this terrible murder was investigated by two commissions, after which the reburial of the remains of those killed in the city center took place. However, presumably, not all were reburied. It has been established that during the occupation in the Krasnodar Territory, the SS-10A Sonderkommando, led by Kurt Christman, operated. This unit had mobile gas chambers at its disposal. It was the SS-10A punishers, with the assistance of the commandant Yeisk Kandler, the head of the local Gestapo Bededeker and the Gestapo doctor Strauch, who carried out the mass murder on October 9-10, 1942. ” Hitler went crazy “. Why did the Germans lose near Moscow

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