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Jodlowa - Wisowa - January 20, 2014

During a meeting in primary school in Jodłowa Wisowa, Zbigniew Niziński delivered a presentation on the topics of traveling in the footsteps of Jews, commemorating forgotten graves as well as the courageous Świerczek family who had rescued their Jewish friends at the times of war. The meeting was attended by Rev. Dr. Julian Kapłon, the school’s principal Barbara Dziedzic, teachers, the administrator of Wisowa village and the councilor of Jodłowa Commune.

LAS DĄBROWA near Okrzeja – November 20, 2013.

In the middle of a forest near the town of Okrzeja, at the burial place of 13 Jews killed by German soldiers, the ceremony of unveiling a memorial set up by the Lasting Memory Foundation took place. The victims were murdered in January 1944 as they were hiding in a forest dug out.

CZERNIC near Ryki – November 20, 2013.

The ceremony of unveiling a memorial plaque over the grave of 12 Jews killed by the Germans in Kolonia Czernic on 29 June 1943, was held in the woods near Czernic. In 1943, the Jews were hiding in the house of a local resident when they were all killed. The Lasting Memory Foundation commemorated the grave of the murdered Jews and brought back the tragic events which had taken place 70 years before.

SMUGA FOREST near Jabłoń – November 20, 2013

An unveiling ceremony took place in a forest near Jabłoń, on the 70th anniversary of the murder of 29 Jews by the Germans, near the victims’ grave. In that place, a memorial stone with the names of 21 victims, the residents of Jabłoń, was erected by the Lasting Memory Foundation. Flag bearers representing three local schools gathered around the memorial along with students and other guests to pay honors to the dead.

Małków near Hrubieszow – November 17, 2013

A ceremonial unveiling of a memorial plaque next to the grave of Jews commemorated by the Lasting Memory Foundation took place in Małków Kolonia. The victims were murdered on 2 December 1939 at the Death March during which the Jews from Chełm and Hrubieszów were marched to the town of Sokal (a Soviet and German border during the war) and killed by the Germans. The attending guests, including Małków residents, paid tribute to the innocent victims.

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