Cemetery: Russia, Miednoje

Polish military cemetery in Miednoje, Russia, built in 1999-2000 on the initiative of the Council for Protection of Memory of Struggle and Martyrdom. At the cemetery, with a total area of ​​1.7 ha, are located 25 mass graves of more than 6,300 prisoners from the special camp in Ostashkov who were murdered in 1940 by the NKVD in the basement of a Circuit Board of the NKVD in Kalinin (now Tver). In 2005-2006, “The Graveyard Book” of the Miednoje Cemetery was published in 2 Volumes by the Council for Protection of Memory of Struggle and Martyrdom in Poland, listing the victims of the Katyn massacre buried there, along with short biographies (totalling 6288 names).
See the source of this information:
Miednoje. Księga Cmentarna Polskiego Cmentarza Wojennego, Vol I, Warszawa 2005 (A–Ł)
and
Miednoje. Księga Cmentarna Polskiego Cmentarza Wojennego, Vol II, Warszawa 2006 (M–Ż).

See list of all persons from this data source.