Gronau

Grave of the polish war prisoner of World War I
Grave of the polish war prisoner of World War I

CICZKA ANNA

* Kobelnica Wołoska

† 17.5.1942 Hospital of the Order of St. John in Gronau

26 y.o.a.

 

DYGUDA APOLLONIA

* 20.12.1909

† 21.10.1941 Bernward Hospital in Hildesheim

 

GAWLIK JOSEF

* 19.10.1900 Lodsch

† 9.8.1943 Hospital of the Order of St. John in Gronau

 

KURZYŃSKA ANTONIA

* 8.5.1904 Teodorsfeld, Jarotschin district

† 3.3.1942 Hospital of the Order of St. John in Gronau

 

LAUSMAN IWAN

* 30.7.1893 Latowicz

† 30.12.1944 Hospital of the Order of St. John in Gronau

 

NOWAK JOHANN

* 8.2.1911 Gonsierowa

† 13.7.1941 Barfelde (Feldmark)

 

OSINEKA JANINA

* 24.3.1915 Chruonblica, Turek district

† 12.6.1941 Hospital of the Order of St. John in Gronau

 

PAWLICKI STEFAN

* 20.12.1882 Kuzniczka, Blachstädt district

† 10.3.1944 Hospital of the Order of St. John in Gronau

 

PRZYGODA JANINA

* 18.6.1923 Zajonski, Blachstädt district

† 16.11.1943 Hospital of the Order of St. John in Gronau

 

SENJEWSKI WLADYSLAUS

* 3.7.1913 Osorkau

† 4.5.1945 Gronau Hilfslazarett

 

TURBITEN

wounded on 22.3.1945 during the bombing of Hildesheim

† 25.3.1945 Hospital of the Order of St. John in Gronau

 

WIWATOWSKI ANDRĖ

a child from the labour camp for foreigners in Hildesheim

* 3.1.1932 Warsaw

† 22.3.1945 Hospital of the Order of St. John in Gronau

 

ZAKOLSKI JULIAN

* 16.2.1926 Warsaw

† 23.8.1942 Hospital of the Order of St. John in Gronau

 

ZYK FRANZ

* 28.11.1912 Pienecygn, Schlottersburg district

† 15.14.1945 Gronau

 

MAKOWSKI IWAN

† 19.10.1917 Gronau

prisoner of war No 53376 from the period of World War I, recorded as a Russian, although he was probably a Pole from the Russian partition who was called up to the Tsarist army

 

On the right-hand side of the Polish plot V, there is a Russian plot with 15 individual graves, where mainly prisoners of war are buried. At the Evangelical cemetery in Gronau, on the other hand, there is a plot of concentration camp prisoners murdered in an evacuation march. It is the place of eternal rest of two unknown Poles. Only the numbers of those prisoners were recorded: Erk. No. 3 d B and Erk. No. 120644.

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  • The polish graves

    The polish graves

  • The polish graves

    The polish graves

  • The polish graves

    The polish graves