Never Again (is Now)

Never Again (is Now)



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Every year, on September 15, people of Sulejówek and Miłosna commemorate the anniversary of the pacification of Cechówka (part of Sulejówek-Miłosna now) that happened in September 1939, when German troops were approaching Warsaw from the east. One notable German Wermacht commander was killed in Cechówka. Retaliation was swift and cruel. The village was destroyed and people burnt alive in their houses. 58 residents of Cechówka and many refugees seeking shelter (their names are mostly unknown) have been buried at the nearby cemetery. Now 80 years after the fact, various reenactment groups came to Sulejówek to show and explain what happened then. It was a good educational event for kids (and their parents, too). But this old man... He could be a toddler then... I wonder what his recollection of that cruel time is. He stood there for several minutes looking at the actors, lost in his thoughts. Then he moved on, he didn't stay... ----- Olympus XA + Kodak T-Max 400 + Kodak HC-110 (Dil.B)

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The bombing of Wieluń

Watch www.youtube.com/watch?v=kw40WI_xbG0 The bombing of Wieluń - the first war crime committed by Germany in World War II on 1 September 1939. Wieluń today before dawn: www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=4005&v=X083oJJHStM Beginn Zweiter Weltkrieg vor 80 Jahren mit Andrzej Duda & Frank-Walter Steinmeier

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Never Again (is Now)

Memorial at Treblinka ----- Mamiya 645AF + Kodak T-Max 100 + Kodak HC-110 (Dil.B)

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Never Again (is Now)

Memorial at Treblinka ----- Mamiya 645AF + Kodak T-Max 100 + Kodak HC-110 (Dil.B)

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Never Again (is Now)

Memorial at Treblinka ----- Mamiya 645AF + Kodak T-Max 100 + Kodak HC-110 (Dil.B)

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Never Again (is Now)

Memorial at Treblinka ----- Mamiya 645AF + Kodak T-Max 100 + Kodak HC-110 (Dil.B)

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Never Again (is Now)

Memorial at Treblinka ----- Mamiya 645AF + Kodak T-Max 100 + Kodak HC-110 (Dil.B)

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Never Again (is Now)

Memorial at Treblinka ----- Mamiya 645AF + Kodak T-Max 100 + Kodak HC-110 (Dil.B)