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Jodłowa – January 30, 2019

The Lasting Memory Foundation participated in the celebration of the Holocaust Victims Memory Day organized in Jodłowa by the University of Rzeszów, Institute of National Remembrance in Rzeszów and the Parish of Jodłowa. The participants prayed in the nearby village of Przeczyca where in 1942 the Jews from Jodłowa were executed and buried in a mass grave. Afterwards, a scientific session was held concerning the history of Jews in Jodłowa and their customs, Polish-Jewish relations and the Jewish cemetery in Jodłowa.

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Zamość – January 16, 2019

In two correctional facilities in Zamość, Zbigniew Niziński delivered a presentation of photographs referring to the Lasting Memory Foundation’s activities for commemorating the Holocaust Victims. He presented the Victims’ graves located by the Foundation as well as the life stories of Jewish children rescued from the extermination. The audience was told about empathy and respect towards other people, restoring human dignity through commemoration of the Victims and living in peace, without hatred.

 
Herby – January 9, 2019

In a penitentiary in the town of Herby Zbigniew Niziński delivered a lecture on searching for and commemorating the Holocaust Victims. He presented the graves commemorated by the Lasting Memory Foundation as well as the figures of the Jews rescued from the extermination by the residents of towns and villages. He also spoke about the need for remembrance of the Victims and readiness to help other people.

 
Treblinka – November 27, 2018

The students of two schools from Warszawa Falenica – Senior High School no. XXV and Elementary School no. 124, as part of the project “The Journey of Memory”, visited the former German extermination camp in Treblinka.

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Bzowiec – October 26, 2018

In a forest in the town of Bzowiec the Lasting Memory Foundation commemorated a burial place of 25 Jews – men, women and children murdered by the Germans in 1942. Their first and last names were inscribed on the Memorial. The unveiling ceremony conducted by the Foundation was attended by more than 200 people from Poland and Israel who gathered to pay tribute to the dead and restore the memory of their lives.

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