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Commonweath soldiers' cemetery in Malbork (called "Marienburg" in German), northern Poland. A telling, albeit small, portion of the inmates of Nazi concentration camps were soldiers who fought against the Nazis, such as aviators shot down over Germany. Near Malbork, those of these airmen imprisoned in the famous Stalag XXB (i.e., similar to the one immortalized in the famous film "The Great Escape" - "The Great Escape"), who were successfully identified, have a special cemetery. In contrast, the eternal resting places of the prisoners of the camps from the vicinity of Milicz are currently not even known. (A brief mention of the treatment of prisoners of war in occupied Milicz is included on another page called Battle of Milicz.)