A barbed wire fence at the former Nazi concentration camp Mauthausen, northern Austria. More 300 tiny pieces of human tissue from executed prisoners will be buried on Monday. Photo: AFP

‘Giving victims back their dignity’: tiny remains of people executed by Nazis buried in Berlin seven decades after war

  • Human tissue remains were found on glass plates once used by Third Reich anatomy professor Hermann Sieve, who dissected inmates’ bodies in part to examine the impact of fear on women
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A barbed wire fence at the former Nazi concentration camp Mauthausen, northern Austria. More 300 tiny pieces of human tissue from executed prisoners will be buried on Monday. Photo: AFP
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