Terese Pencak Schwartz
ASIN: B00AX8KBLW
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Pages: 98

A list and brief accounting of 700 Polish men, women and children that were killed while attempting to hide or take care of their Jewish neighbors. My great-uncle, Josef Gnidula, was one of them. He was shot dead in his house in Majdan Nowy, in the Zamosc province in Poland on December 29, 1942 for sheltering a Jewish neighbor.Included are the names of over 150 Jewish victims as well as survivors including: Emanuel Ringelblum, Sala Rubinowicz, Else Schwarzman, Leycha Kapłan, Aleksander Gąsior, Henryk Gergera, Rozalia Jaworska, Tadeusz Lipiñski, Zygmunt Małus, Stanisław Peżyk, Tomasz Płatek, Sylweriusz Płatek, Edward Rżysko, Władysław Saski, Eugeniusz Skwieciñski, Marian Smater, Piotr Smater, Jan Szczêsny, Józefa Szyperska, Aleksandra Wąsowska, Jan Wąsowska, Mieczysław Wąsowski, Władysław Wójcicki, Jan Zagañczyk...
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