Ashes of 8,000 WWII victims found in two Poland mass graves


              Karol Nawrocki, head of the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN), speaks to the media near Działdowo, Poland, Wednesday, July 13, 2022.  Special investigators in Poland say they have found mass graves containing the ashes of at least 8,000 Poles slain by Nazi Germans during World War II in forest executions. The occupying Nazis tried to hide the killings by incinerating the bodies and planting trees on the burial pits. (Mikolaj Bujak/Institute of National Remembrance via AP)
            
              Karol Nawrocki, head of the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN), speaks to the media near Działdowo, Poland, Wednesday, July 13, 2022.  Special investigators in Poland say they have found mass graves containing the ashes of at least 8,000 Poles slain by Nazi Germans during World War II in forest executions. The occupying Nazis tried to hide the killings by incinerating the bodies and planting trees on the burial pits. (Mikolaj Bujak/Institute of National Remembrance via AP)
            
              Karol Nawrocki, right, head of the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN), stands in front of a grave as he meets the media near Działdowo, Poland, Wednesday, July 13, 2022.  Special investigators in Poland say they have found mass graves containing the ashes of at least 8,000 Poles slain by Nazi Germans during World War II in forest executions. The occupying Nazis tried to hide the killings by incinerating the bodies and planting trees on the burial pits. (Mikolaj Bujak/Institute of National Remembrance via AP)
Ashes of 8,000 WWII victims found in two Poland mass graves