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Polish War Graves Jewish Cemetery Warsaw

The Okopowa Jewish cemetery contains a military plot with Jewish war graves from the Second World War. The soldiers and officers buried here, fell while defending Warsaw during the Battle of Warsaw (8.9.1939 - 28.9.1939).

There are many victims of the Jewish ghetto of Warsaw (1941-1943) and its uprising of 1943 buried here.

- Mass grave with the remains of a large number of victims of the Jewish Ghetto (1943-1943).
- Mass grave Jewish members Gwardia Ludowa:This grave contains the remains of 12 Jewish members of the communist underground movement "Gwardia Ludowa". They fell during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in 1943. The grave is located in plot 31, row 3.
- Collective grave leaders resistance movement: This grave contains the remains of several leaders of the Jewish resistance movement who were killed during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1943.

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