Konstantin Dobrovolski, who has spent decades finding and reburying those killed in WW2, says Ukraine invasion was ‘madness’

Konstantin Dobrovolski was out in the woods like he was most days in early autumn before the inevitable advance of arctic winter.

Armed with little more than a map, a shovel and an old metal detector, Dobrovolski has scoured the hostile landscape of Russia’s far north for the last 33 years in search of the long-forgotten remains of Soviet second world war soldiers.

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