Swastikas on a memorial stone for the Jews of Otwock
Otwock – A swastika was painted on the monument commemorating the 2,400 Jewish residents of the city who were murdered in August and September 1942 by the Nazi occupiers. This is not only the place of their execution, but also a collective grave.
On the stone stands a sign: “Here, in the mass grave, some 2,400 Jews from Otwock who were murdered in this place by the German occupiers are buried in August 1942. We will remember their tragedy and all the Jewish citizens murdered in our town.