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Archaeologists uncover skeletons of WWII-era nuns murdered by Russian soldiers

The nuns were from the order of St. Catherine of Alexandria

By Julia Musto

Fox News

Polish archaeologists have recently identified previously uncovered skeletons of three Catholic nuns who were killed by Russian soldiers at the end of World War II.

The Russian army invaded Poland in 1944 after Germany’s occupation, hoping to gain control by imprisoning, exiling and assassinating Polish soldiers, civilians and members of its religious community.

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