Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Now, There's One More Location in Warsaw

I posted here this picture of the Menachem Begin Heritage Center employees, during our rectn trip in the footsteps of Menachem Begin, at the site where the Warsaw Ghetto battle at Muranowska Square took place:

I have now been informed that a new memorial site has been fixed at the site where Pawel Frank(i)el, ZZW commander, was killed at Grzybowska Street 5a while attempting to elude the Germans and reach the forests.  His small force managed to kill four Germans before they were killed in the firefight.

Wojciech Pluciński writes

On Sunday was 73 death anniversary of Paweł Frenkel and at the ceremony were

Mr. Paweł Szrot - Secretary of State in the Polish Prime Minister's Office - Represented by Mrs. Beata Szydło - Polish Prime Minister,
Mr. Jan Dziedziczak - Secretary of State in Polish Ministry of Forgein Affairs - Represented by Mr. Witold Waszczykowski - Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs (on behalf of the Polish Government),
Mr. Jacek Polańczyk - Director of the Cabinet Head of the Office for War Veterans and Victims of Oppression - Represented by Mr. Jan Józef Kasprzyk - Head of the Office for War Veterans and Victims of Oppression (during the ceremony read the letter of the Head of Office)
Colonel Joachim Franke - Defence Attache at the Embassy of Germany in Poland,
Mr. Piotr Olejniak - Representative of Mazowieckie Province Governor,
Representatives of the Mayor of Warsaw,
Representatives of the Mayor of Downtown district in Warsaw,
Rabbi Jehoshua Ellis - Representing the Chief Rabbi of Poland,



1 comment:

Batya Medad said...

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