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Inside an abandoned Italian psychiatric clinic where 70 World War II POWs were executed


These new images depict the haunting past of an abandoned Italian psychiatric clinic that was hit by scandal over its use of inhumane techniques to treat patients and where scores of soldiers were executed during the Second World War.

More than 70 soldiers of the fascist Socialist Republic of Italy were massacred at Vercelli in Piedmont, northern Italy after being held in a nearby stadium used as a prison camp.

On May 12, 1945 a group of partisans loaded the prisoners into cars and brought them to the asylum, locking them in after they had forced the staff to leave.

The prisoners were violently beaten and divided into groups. 

The asylum was outed in an investigation for brutal techniques being used on patients

A white mask sat on a wheelchair perfectly captures the ghostly quality of this collection of images

More than 70 soldiers of the fascist Socialist Republic of Italy were massacred at Vercelli in Piedmont, northern Italy after being held in a nearby stadium used as a prison camp. On May 12 1945 a group of partisans loaded the prisoners into cars and brought to the asylum, locking them in after they had forced the staff to leave

The prisoners were violently beaten and divided into groups. Most were then executed using various horrific techniques - some were shot and others thrown out of windows, or crushed beneath the wheels of a lorry. Most were then executed using various horrific techniques - some were shot and others thrown out of windows, or crushed beneath the wheels of a lorry

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