Vladimir Shelestyuk living during the German occupation in the territory of modern DSO "Ukraine" reported about it in the regional commission on perpetuation of memory of victims of wars and political repressions.
According to Vladimir Shelestyuk, on Sportivnaya Street in a coastal zone there was a big cemetery on which perimeter were granite Stella on tombs of the senior officers and generals. The avenue beginning from gate, rested against grandiose burial of the general - the colonel Schobert's background, the commander of the Southern group of armies. Baroness von Schobert in March, 1944 took out remains of the spouse to Germany, but other burials still are in DSO territory.
Besides, Vladimir Shelestyuk reported that in the territory modern Dinamo FGC the Romanian sector of a cemetery settled down. On memoirs of eyewitnesses, remains of the Romanian seamen of the submarine were found in the middle 50-x years on the volleyball court. Then these remains simply threw out, and elements of a form, the weapon, awards sorted on souvenirs. Granite gravestones used then for base laying, as borders.
Research associates of the regional commission on perpetuation of memory of victims of wars and political repressions sent the above information to the state commission, informed the director of the German National Union Hans Ulrich Schrader and addressed to the Nikolaev mayor Vladimir Chaika for assistance in the organization of control of further works in these territories.