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Where were constantius i and helena buried? T49 According to one tradition, her relics were taken from Rome to Hautevillers in Gaul sometime in the mid-ninth century (23). The tradition in Rome, however, holds that her head and the major parts of her body were transferred to the church of S. Maria Ara Coeli on the Capitoline Hill in ll4O 12d1. The bodies were held down in the graves by sharpened stakes. The bodies were buried in clusters, in five or six episodes of short duration that were scattered over a thousand years. Thirty-seven of the graves contained woven fabrics which demonstrate a relatively complex weaving technique and indicate that the bodies had been wrapped for burial.

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German soldiers pause for a moment of silence at the mass funeral on the palace grounds of the Archduke of Mecklenburg in Ludwigslust, where the townspeople were forced by U.S. troops to bury the bodies of prisoners killed in the Woebbelin concentration camp.
The original Signal Corps caption (from copy from Ron Leidelmeyer) reads, 'NEW NAZI HORROR CAMP DISCOVERED. One of the worst Nazi concentration camps uncovered by Allied troops was liberated at Wobbelin, Germany, a small town five miles north of Ludwigslust and 90 miles northwest of Berlin. Soldiers of three Allied units -- the 82nd U.S. Airborne Division, the Eighth Infantry Division of the Ninth U.S. Army and airborne troops of the Second British Army -- entered the camp and found sick, starving inmates barely surviving under indescribable conditions of filth and squalor. They found hundreds of dead prisoners in one of the buildings while outside, in a yard, hundreds more were found hastily buried in huge pits. One mass grave contained 300 emaciated, disfigured corpses. The dead included Poles, Russians, Frenchmen, Belgians, Dutchmen and Germans, all of whom had been working as slave laborers for the Nazis.
It is estimated that at least 150 of the original 4,000 prisoners succumbed daily, mostly from starvation and savage treatment at the hands of Nazi SS troops who operated the camp. Some of the bodies found were burned almost beyond recognition and systematic torture of the inmates was revealed by the physical condition of most of the survivors. Military Government officers immediately ordered leading citizens of nearby Ludwigslust and other towns to march through the camp and witness the atrocities committed by representatives of the German Government. Most of the civilians disclaimed any knowledge of the camp's existence despite the fact that many of the prisoners worked in the area.
The local residents later were made to exhume the bodies from the mass graves at the camp and provide decent, respectable interment of all dead prisoners. Two hundred were buried in the public square of Ludwigslust May 7, 1945, and an equal number were buried in the garden of the highest Nazi official of Hagenow. Eighty more were laid to rest in the town of Schwerin.
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THIS PHOTO SHOWS: German soldiers stand bareheaded at the graves of these victims of German cruelty. In the background, soldiers of the 82nd U.S. Airborne Division witness the burial proceedings at Ludwigslust. U.S. Signal Corps Photo ETO-HQ-45-46088.
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Download Free PDF. Download Free PDF. The Evolution of the Technique of Mummification. These texts were buried with the body and included the Book of the Dead (e.g. Where were constantius i and helena buried? T49 According to one tradition, her relics were taken from Rome to Hautevillers in Gaul sometime in the mid-ninth century (23). The tradition in Rome, however, holds that her head and the major parts of her body were transferred to the church of S. Maria Ara Coeli on the Capitoline Hill in ll4O 12d1. The bodies were buried in mass graves disguised as single graves located behind the building. The staff of the Hadamar Institute continued to put its patients to death until shortly before liberation by American troops on March 26, 1945.

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Ludwigslust, [Mecklenburg] Germany

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LIBERATION -- Germany: Atrocities/Death March Victims -- Woebbelin/Ludwigslust/Schwerin

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United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives and Records Administration, College Park