Over 22,000 Polish military officers and intelligentsia were killed by the Soviet Union in the Katyn massacres of 1940.
Poland’s hundreds of remaining Jewish cemeteries often rely on local communities and volunteers to maintain them.
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The aim is to create a growing database of burial sites in Poland and the wider region.
Polish are investigating after almost 70 gravestones were desecrated overnight.
Normally, millions of Poles visit cemeteries around the holiday.
A town honours its Jewish community that was wiped out in the Holocaust.