Monuments in Kielce: The Partisan Cemetery

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Monuments in Kielce: The Partisan Cemetery

  1. 1. ThePartisancemetery.<br />The Partisan cemetery is situated between the streets Ściegiennego, Gagarina and Kwasa. <br />It was established immediately after WWII when the bodies were carried there from partisan battlefields. <br />It has nearly 300 individual graves and 23 mass graves.<br />Pau Parra<br />Cèlia Rey<br />
  2. 2. The tombs.<br />In individual tombs are buried, guerrillas from the troops commanded by Marian Sołtysiak and Jan Piwnik, boy scouts, and many victims of executions carried out by the Germans. <br />In the collective graves lie hundreds of victims from mass executions spots.<br />
  3. 3. Tombs near the entrance:<br />Near the entrance to the cemetery we can see: <br /><ul><li>the tomb of the President of Kielce Stefan Artwiński (1862-1939), murdered by the Gestapo.
  4. 4. “The National Cross” commemorating the soldiers of the underground organizations: the National Party, the National Military Organization the Reptilian Union and the National Armed Forces.
  5. 5. And finally, Artwiński’s tomb.</li></li></ul><li>Images.<br />
  6. 6. Theend.<br />PowerPoint made by Pauand Celia.<br />

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