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There's clips on YouTube of the Pitmonik taken by tourists over the past few years. In them you'll see small remnants of mines, but no human remains. This isn't to say that there aren't any remains, but I was envisioning vast fields of bones from the way Dan described them in the podcast.
…actually, yes, the bone fields are still there. Especially around the Pitmonik Airfield, where balkas--eroded river banks--aren't plowed like the fields around them, and are littered with bones. I can show photos. I was there. There are still bones everywhere. You just have to slow down and look. Still, as of 1996, the Germans were allowed in to begin the ...
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