Wyświetl Nr Holocaust Studies and Materials (2013)

Nr Holocaust Studies and Materials (2013)

ISSN:
1895-247X
eISSN:
2657-3571

Data publikacji:
2013-12-02

Dział: Materiały

“Barwy Białe” on their Way to Aid Fighting Warsaw. The Crimes of the Home Army against the Jews

Jerzy Mazurek

redakcja@holocaustresearch.pl

Jerzy Mazurek, historian, lecturer at the Iberian and Ibero-American Studies Institute of Warsaw University, and deputy director of the Museum of the Polish Peasant Movement in Warsaw. Research interests: emigration from the Polish lands in the 19th and 20th century and Polish-Latin American relations.

Alina Skibińska

redakcja@holocaustresearch.pl

Alina Skibińska, historian, Polish representative of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington D.C., works in the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, International Archival Programs Division of the Museum. Recent publications: “Jakie to ma znaczenie, czy zrobili to z chciwości?” Zagłada domu Trynczerów (Tadeusz Markiel’s memoir, supplemented with her historical study, 2011), and Archiwum Ringelbluma. Konspiracyjne Archiwum Getta Warszawy, vol. 13: Ostatnim etapem przesiedlenia jest śmierć. Pomiechówek, Chełmno nad Nerem, Treblinka (co-edited with Barbara Engelking and Ewa Wiatr, 2013).

Zagłada Żydów. Studia i Materiały, Nr Holocaust Studies and Materials (2013), strony: 433-480

Data publikacji: 2013-02-20

Abstrakt

The soldiers of “Barwy Białe” partisan detachment of the Home Army established in late 1943 in the Opatów District participated in at least several murders of Jews – the murders in Goździelin, Lisów and Siekierno forests are documented. The last crime was committed on 16 or 17 August 1944, when the detachment (at that time a part of the 2nd Infantry Division) was marching to aid fighting Warsaw (as part of Operation Tempest). While stationed in Siekierno, the detachment’s commanding officer Kazimierz Olchowik “Zawisza” issued an order to execute a large group of Jews (30–58 people) living in the nearby forest after their escape from a labor camp in Skarżysko-Kamienna. After World War II most participants of the murders were tried and punished. No punishment, however, was imposed on the detachment’s commanding officer Kazimierz Olchowik, nor the sergeant, who went by the alias of “Bolrok” – the two men chiefly responsible for the murder in the Siekierno forests.

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Mazurek, J. ., & Skibińska, A. (2013). “Barwy Białe” on their Way to Aid Fighting Warsaw. The Crimes of the Home Army against the Jews. Zagłada Żydów. Studia I Materiały, (Holocaust Studies and Materials), 433-480. Pobrano z https://zagladazydow.pl/index.php/zz/article/view/827

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                            Wyświetl Nr Holocaust Studies and Materials (2013)

Nr Holocaust Studies and Materials (2013)

ISSN:
1895-247X
eISSN:
2657-3571

Data publikacji:
2013-12-02

Dział: Materiały