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Zamosc – January 27, 2023

On the Holocaust Remembrance Day, in a penitentiary in Zamość, Zbigniew Niziński delivered a lecture and presentation on the activities performed by the Lasting Memory Foundation for commemorating the people and places from the times of the Holocaust. He presented discovered and later commemorated mass graves of murdered Jews and the stories of Holocaust survivors as well as the actions they take fighting for the Victims to be remembered and the world to be free of hatred.

Mokry Jegiel Forest near Sadowne – September 7, 2022

In Mokry Jegiel Nature Reserve, the Lasting Memory Foundation commemorated the burial place of 50 Jews, including 15 children, murdered by the Germans on 8 January 1943. The memorial plaque unveiling ceremony was attended by the locals as well as invited guests who altogether paid tribute to the dead.

Mroków – June 2, 2022

In a forest in Mroków The Lasting Memory Foundation located and commemorated a grave of 5 Jews murdered in 1942 and held an unveiling ceremony with the presence of residents and guests.

Krupińskie – November 16, 2021

In the village of Krupińskie, The Lasting Memory Foundation located and commemorated a grave of 2 Jews – a man and a woman murdered by the Germans in 1942. During the ceremony, the participants paid tribute to the Victims and expressed their opposition to hatred.

Stromiec – October 22, 2021

In the town of Stromiec The Lasting Memory Foundation held an unveiling ceremony by the grave of Motel Zysmanowicz murdered in 1942. The ceremony was attended by the residents, local students and invited guests. The participants paid honors to the dead, reminisced about his life and tragic events from the times of war.

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