Why? :)) Just pointing out that some Poles love to live in the past - instead of pushing for real change.
So what? History is my passion, pastime and hobby. I read more history books than you have ever seen in a bookshop in your life. :):):):)
It seems that despite your Sick of it
statements you like this thread. :):):):)
Polish Jews` martyrology sites near Krakow:
The smaller plaque reads:
Dawid, Roman, Szaja Schonherz from Filipowice
Gecel Goldschmidt from Filipowice
The Grunbergs from Skawina
Let their souls live in eternity.
The bigger plaque reads: About 500 Jews from Krakow area are buried in these two graves, the victims of German genocide, murdered in summer 1942.
Only few names are known:
Let them be blessed
Izrael and Regina Abrahamer from Zielonki
Chaim and Estera Chune from Skawina
Mrs Fletscher with her daughter from Skawina
Feuer from Piekary
Samuel and Sara Kenner from Krakow
Zygmunt Kleinberg from Zielonki
Mrs Kleinroller with three children
Neigewitz with his wife
Ester and Zygmunt Poranski from Krakow
Herman Spielman from Dziedzice
Julia Weinberger from Wielbornia
Let their souls live in eternity
Restored ghetto wall in Krakow
Puszcza Niepołomicka near Krakow is a site of martyrology of Polish and Jewish people. I already presented the Polish one.....
The Jewish monument - 700 Jews were executed here in 1942, including 8 yo children. There are more sites like that in the forest.