The Poles who were sent from Soviet prison camps to Uzbekistan 60 years ago as they prepared to be sent into battle against the Nazis were ignored by Soviet historians. Today, their Uzbek graves stand as testimony to their fate. by Shukhrat Khurramov Sixty years ago, in December 1941, tens of thousands of Polish soldiers […]

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