Witold Krassowski

Pisz, POLAND

Kazimierz Laudanski at his home. The Laudanski family were, if not the leaders, among the most active perpetrators of a pogrom that saw between 200 and 1,000 Jews burned alive in a barn in July 1941 in the town of Jedwabne. It is believed, but also widely disputed, that the whole massacre was perpetrated by Poles, with German instigation and manipulation behind the scenes.

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Witold Krassowski
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Pisz
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POLAND
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20.77 x 31.49 cm (300 dpi)
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