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A group of students from a school in Jerusalem visited the place of execution and burial of 13 Jews commemorated by the Foundation. Two families are buried in the grave, including 8 children murdered by the German soldiers in November 1942. Those gathered next to the grave sang together and said prayers.

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In a local community club in ?ywiec there took place a meeting with the residents of ?ywiec concerning the history of the Jewish cemetery in the city. A voluntary caretaker of the cemetery, Eugeniusz Gradek, presented the story of a Jewish community in ?ywiec, as well as the activity of The Lasting Memory Foundation.

 

Zbigniew Nizi?ski visited an elementary school with integrated classes in Warsaw and there carried out a lecture and presentation about his trips following the traces of the common history of Poles and Jews. The students were told the stories from the times of war about the Jews who had survived the Holocaust as well as the Poles with the title of the Righteous Among the Nations of the World. The children also became acquainted with preserved monuments of the Jewish culture as well as with searching for and commemorating the burial sites of the people murdered during the war.

 

In Warsaw a meeting took place between Zbigniew Nizi?ski and the students from the town of Naharija in Israel. During the lecture and presentation, he introduced the actions which had been taken to commemorate the Holocaust victims as well as the Poles who rescued them. The students were shown the photographs of the actions of searching for so far uncommemorated victims, conducted by the Lasting Memory Foundation with the support of local residents.

 

In the Public Junior High School in Jastrz?bia there took place a lecture and presentation concerning the actions of the Lasting Memory Foundation and a meeting between the students and Zofia Kamionowska the Holocaust Survivor. The students listened to the story of Zofias life as well as her family who had been killed during the war and who do not have their own grave. The youth were also told about how significant it is to remember about the tragic times of World War II and to show cordiality and readiness to help other people in everyday life.

 
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