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Military Cemetery of Aleksandrow

Names Posted Outside of Military Cemetery at Aleksandrow on Hwy. 853 about 25km S-SE of Zamość. The military cemetery in Sigla was built in 1945. Soldiers killed in battle in 1939 and exhumed from the battlefields are buried here. The cemetery was renovated in 1992 with the effort of the Aleksandrow community. Information about the soldiers as well as emblems of the Cross of Bravery were added.

 

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Abramczyk, Stefan -1
Antoniuk, Wawrzyniec -1
Bentkowski, Antoni -2
Bialik, Jerzy -2
Bodylski, Tomasz -1
Budych, Stefan -2
Bulka, ? -2
Buras, Czeslaw -1
Cechowski, Feliks -1
Chojanski, Teofil -1
Chwalek, ? -1
Cwik, ? -2
Dabrowski, Wladyslaw -1
Debowczyk, Leon -1
Delnge, Czeslaw -1
Fila, Zygmunt -1
Galarek, Jan -2
Gierczak, Antoni -2
Grabowski, Wladyslaw -2
Grzankowski, Romuald -1
Haberna, Zygmunt -2
Haczek, Piotr -2
Herman, Jan -2
Jablonski, Jozef -2
Jackowski, Kazimierz -1
Jedras, Stanislaw -1
Kaczmarczyk, Tadeusz -1
Kaminski, Jan -1
Kaminski, Jan -2
Kaminski, Jozef -2
Kaminski, Stefan -2
Kaszynski, Ignacy -2
Kazur, Ferdynand -2
Klepacki, Slawomir -1
Konik, ? -2
Konopacki, Jan -1
Koston, Jan -1
Krassowski, Michal Roch -1
Krzynkowski, Stanislaw -2
Kryspin, Stanislaw -1
Kubiak, Stanislaw Boleslaw -1
Kucharczyk, Adolf -2
Lachowicz, Stanislaw -1
Lapinski, Stanislaw -1
Latka, Ernest -2
Lewandowski, Stanislaw -2
Majsnerowski, Teodor -1
Malewski, Jan -1
Matkowiak, Jozef -2
Marciniak, Jan -1
Maykowski, Stanislaw -1
Mirzwinski, Stanislaw -1
Moranda, Jan -1
Morka, Jozef -2
Moskalik, Stanislaw -2
Nadolny, Jozef -1
Namaj, Czeslaw -2
Niezminski, Antoni -1
Nilon, Jan -2
Nowicki, Pawel -1
Ostapowicz, Tadeusz -2
Pach, Eryk -2
Paluszek, Sebastian -1
Pank, Mieczyslaw -2
Pawinski, Aleksander -1
Pawlik, Andrzej -1
Pobrzycki, Waclaw -1
Polorowicz, Wlodzimierz -1
Presz, Stanislaw -2
Przybylski, Bronislaw -1
Rog, Franciszek -1
Rokicki, Jan -1
Rulkowski, Adam -1
Salak, Jan -2
Sasinowski, Hipolit -1
Slusarz, Wincenty -2
Smolik, Teodor -2
Sobolak, Aleksander -2
Solowinski, Jozef -1
Stawikowski, Zygmunt -2
Stryjewski, Jozef -1
Strzelecki, Jan -1
Stygar, ? -1
Swiatlowski, Jan -1
Szumicki, Stanislaw -2
Twieczynkiewicz. Grzegorz -2
Usynowicz, ? -1
Waclanicki, Jozef -2
Wajdet, Stefan -1
Warszawin, Wladyslaw -2
Wielogorski, Krystyn -1
Wierzba, Tadeusz -1
Wisniewski, ? -1
Wisniewski, Adam -1
Wisniewski, Wiktor -2
Wojciechowski, Stanislaw -1
Zabieglik, Stefan -1
Zalewski, Jan -2
Zalewski, Kazimierz -1
Zawadzki, Jan -1
Zemlik, Wladyslaw -2

On the placards placed in front of the cemetery are the following historical facts. PolishRoots® would like to thank Peter Jassem of Toronto, for his translations into English for our readers.

1. Polish Army soldiers of General Przedrzymirski killed around Aleksandrow on September 25-26, 1939. These formations include units of Generals Olbrycht, Piekarski, Kruszewski, and Dindorf. Following capitulation of the Northern Front Army of General Dab Biernacki, these men tried to force their way through German enemy positions in order to move south towards the Hungarian border.

2. The Military cemetery in Aleksandrow-Sigla. Soldiers of Army Krakow killed in action on September 15-17, 1939 in battles to overcome German positions in the direction of Lukow, Cieszanow, Rawa Ruska, and Lwow.
Soldiers of Army Krakow of General Szyling killed in battles near Aleksandrow on September 15-17, 1939.

 

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