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Starting in June of '41 the titanic struggle between German and Russian soldiers on the Eastern Front meant that combat stretched for thousands of miles from big cities to small towns to the endless steppes. In these places along the way millions of men died. And so too, countless civilians. It would seem the horror of war touched every mile, making it all one gigantic battlefield.
So what remains today in terms of cemeteries and individual graves, commemorative markers in notable places or out-of-the-way villages, and even museums far from the biggest cities?
Is there a website(s) that features photographs of then and now?
I have always enjoyed After the Battle magazine but it has never featured much detail of the Ost Front.