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Polish War Graves Catholic Cemetery Lublin

The catholic cemetery of Lublin (quarter 25a) contains the graves of three Polish legionaries who fell in the First World War.
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The catholic cemetery of Lublin contains a mass grave with eight civilian victims of the bombardment of Lublin between 8 en 9 September 1939.
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The catholic cemetery of Lublin contains the following graves of victims of fascism:

- 5b: Mass grave with the remains of victims who were shot in the Lublin castle from 1941 to 1944.
- 27: Mass grave with an unknown number of children
- 18c: Mass grave with the remains of an unknown number of victims of the 'German terror' in 1939
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The catholic cemetery of Lublin contains the war graves of two Polish resistance officers:

- Quarter 33: Captain Franciszek Jach (pilot who joined the resistance)
- Quarter 33: 2nd Lt. Józef Sobieszczański

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Source

  • Text: Kaj Metz

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