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Polish War Graves Military Cemetery Lublin

The Lublin military cemetery contains 283 Polish war graves from the Second World War: Polish soldiers and civilians killed in September 1939 and Polish soldiers who perished in 1944-1947.

These graves can be found in quarters G & J.

There are also three individual graves of victims of the bombardment on Lublin of 2 September 1939.
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The following war graves cane be found in the following quarters of the Lublin military cemetery:

- F: Mass grave with members of the Armia Krajowa (Polish Home Army)
- D: Graves of 36 killed Jewish partisans

There is also the grave of AK General Kazimierz Tumidajski and on both sides symbolic graves of AK-fighters.
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The following cemetery quartets hold Polish war graves from the years 1918-1920:

- A (completely)
- B (completely)
- L (largely)
- M (largely)
- N (largely)
- J (largely)
- E (partly)
- H (partly)
- G (partly)
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The military cemetery of Lublin contains the graves of 36 Polish legionaries who fell in 1915-1918. There are also graves of veterans.

These can all be found in quarter D (I, II, III)

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