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Jawiszowice, Zasole

Jawiszowice, Bielska Street. Monument honouring the inhabitants of Jawiszowice who were killed or murdered in the years 1939-1945, unveiled in 1986
Jawiszowice, One of the tablets on the monument honouring the inhabitants of Jawiszowice who were killed or murdered in the years 1939-1945
Jawiszowice, One of the tablets on the monument honouring the inhabitants of Jawiszowice who were killed or murdered in the years 1939-1945
Jawiszowice, One of the tablets on the monument honouring the inhabitants of Jawiszowice who were killed or murdered in the years 1939-1945
Jawiszowice, communal cemetery. Tablet on the grave of the American airman
Jawiszowice, communal cemetery. Grave of an American airman
Jawiszowice, communal cemetery. Photograph taken during the burial ceremony of the American airman in 1945 or his exhumation two years later
Jawiszowice, communal cemetery. Grave of the Sosieńka AK detachment commander Jana Wawrzyczek and his mother
Jan Wawrzyczek (second from the right). Picture taken in 1939. During the occupation he commanded a partisan detachment which helped prisoners escape from KL Auschwitz
Forest between Jawiszowice and Zasole. During the occupation this was where the Sosieńka AK detachment commanded by Jan Wawrzyczek was active
Zasole. Monument in honour of Konstanty Jagiełło, unveiled in 1948 in the place where he died
Zasole. Tablet on the monument honouring Konstanty Jagiełło
Konstanty ‘Kostek’ Jagiełło, KL Auschwitz prisoner, escapee, member of the resistance movement near the camp. He was killed in October 1944 during a failed attempt to receive escaped prisoners. Photograph taken before his arrest in 1940
Julian Dusik (first from the left) in front of his restaurant in Zasole. The Dusik family was deeply involved in helping KL Auschwitz prisoners. Julian Dusik died in KL Mauthausen in 1945. Photograph taken during the occupation
Zasole. The home of the Dusik family in Zasole viewed from the side of the monument honouring Konstanty Jagiełło
Władysława Kożusznik (on the left) and Helena Płotnicka, couriers of a BCh detachment operating near the camp. For helping prisoners, Helena Płotnicka was herself put in KL Auschwitz, where she died. Photograph taken during the occupation