Execution Sites

  City Centre         more than a year ago

The fall of communism brought with it a huge desire to commemorate the Warsaw Uprising, which had hitherto been largely erased from Polish history by anti-nationalist communist censors. Now memorial plaques and tablets abound around Warsaw, many of them marking sites where the Nazis murdered local residents. Though they tend to be in Polish only, the date and number of people executed by the Nazis are generally displayed and easy to parse.


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