Abiding by Jewish law, researchers find forgotten Holocaust graves without digging

Agnieszka Nieradko heard there was a woman in eastern Poland who knew about a grave. She lived in a village outside Lublin. As a girl scout after the Second World War, the woman in the village was tasked with the upkeep of a grave in a forest where, according to local lore, Jewish slave labourers were executed.

Nieradko met the woman last year. As a researcher with the Rabbinical Commission for Jewish Cemeteries, Nieradko scours Poland for forgotten mass graves from the Holocaust, hoping to...

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