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With the support of the locals, we marked the place of execution and burial of three young people of Jewish origin a man and two women. They were captured by the Germans in 1942 while hiding and executed afterwards. An eyewitness to the events testified that the victims had probably come from Bychawa.


A memorial stone was unveiled by the Lasting Memory Foundation in Stasiwka, next to the grave of 18 Jews murdered by German soldiers in 1942. The ceremony was attended by the youth from Israel and a Middle School in ?omazy as well as local authorities, residents of Stasiwka and neighboring villages. The participants recalled the tragic events of 1942, sang songs and prayed to pay tribute, respects and restore dignity to the dead.


The residents of Liszno met with the guests from Norway and Israel right next to the grave of 31 Jews commemorated by the Foundation and together paid tribute to the victims. Among the participants were also: Member of the Polish Parliament Beata Mazurek and Mayor of Rejowiec Fabryczny Zdzis?aw Krupa. The ceremony was conducted by Zbigniew Nizi?ski. After the meeting, performances by a local housewives musical band Rado?? and a band from Norway took place.


In a forest in Stawce we set up a fence around the grave of 2 Jews murdered by the Germans in 1942. Local residents assisted in the works.


Along with an eyewitness and the land owner, we marked a grave of two Jews, father and son, killed by the German soldiers in 1942. The victims came from W?odawa. While staying in Osowa, they were captured by a German commander of a labor camp in Luta, who was passing by with his security guards, and later executed. The commander ordered to bury the Jews at the execution spot.

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