HERE REST RUSSIAN PRISONERS OF WAR. THE NAMES OF 62 PEOPLE BURIED IN INDIVIDUAL GRAVES ARE KNOWN.
THE NAMES OF 2000-4000 PEOPLE BURIED IN MASS GRAVES
AND 2 IN INDIVIDUAL GRAVES ARE UNKNOWN.
MOST OF THE PRISONERS DIED BECAUSE OF
MALNUTRITION AND EPIDEMICS.
FURTHER INFORMATION CAN BE OBTAINED FROM THE MUNICIPALITY OF LATHEN.
[translated from Polish]
According to information obtained from Czesław Szewczyk, a former soldier of the 1st Polish Armoured Division, four soldiers of the division died in the area of the camp - three were buried at this cemetery and the fourth was buried at the military war cemetery in Groningen (the Netherlands):
KLANK ZBIGNIEW Cpl.
* 16.6.1921 Białystok
† 27.7.1945 Oberlangen
R-C. Serv. Number 1921/
ID No. 221865/XB
NEUMAN EUGENIA volunteer
* 20.1.1922 Warsaw
NAPIERALSKI JAN Lance Corporal Rifles
† 13.4.1945, burial Map. 6473
R-C. Serv. Number 1922/9[69/I-60253
MIARKA KAZIMIERZ Lance Corporal Rifles
* 19.11.1916 Łódź
† 13.4.1945 Oberlangen
Buried in Groningen, the Netherlands