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Fot. Paulina Mąka, Jakub Pietrak
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In Dęblin ghetto was established in 1940 (according to some sources in 1941) in the first half of the year or in November. It was located in the following streets: Bankowa, Okólna, Senatorska, Wiatraczna and Niedbałej. Except Jewish residents, displaced people were placed in dęblin from the nearby village. It is worth noting that, despite an official order for the creation of ghettos transition in 1942, Dęblin served this function just one year after the start of the war. Also, features that have had these ghettos - the vicinity of railway route and provincialism – Dęblin had.
Germany, thinking that it is only a temporary “pit stop” for the Jews, did not care about any separation of it from the city. this enabled trade with the Poles. Thanks to this, situation of the Jews was not so bad there as in other cities. Reports from that period describe reaction of the Poles indifferently to the resettlement of the Jews. „Poles stood on the sidewalks and were in good spirits. (...) i stood among the Polish onlookers who watched quietly marching Jews (...). in the end i got home a Polish woman who was with me related, but slammed the door in my face and would not let up for a few minutes.
But there are also numerous examples and descriptions of the objections to the activities of the Germans. These
are often perfunctory information about the “Christians” who let the house, pointed a way of escape or a place to
hide. Mostly these are anonymous, and sometimes fall such as “Michalinów residents” (district of dęblin), “Sergeant of the Fortress”.

Members of the group: Izabela Bany, Magdalena Warowna, Patrycja Czopik, Anna Drwal, Paulina Mąka, Jakub Pietrak

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