Gajewska Zofia

Just after the outbreak of World War II, Bolesław Turczyński, his wife Helena and their daughters Zofia and Wanda settled in Br...

Gajowniczek Marianna

“My dear uncle! I was looking for you! Come on home, mum’s waiting with dinner!” cried ten year old Marianna, forcing her way t...

Galas Jan

The Galas family lived in Warsaw, on Ogrodowa Street. After World War II broke out, the street was to become part of the newly-...

Galas Stanisław

The Galas family lived in Warsaw, on Ogrodowa Street. After World War II broke out, the street was to become part of the newly-...

Gałązka Hanna

During World War II Janina and Stanisław Skowronek and their two daughters, Basia and Hania, lived in Warsaw. Initially, they l...

Gałkowa Danuta

The married couple of Agnieszka and Józef Ślązak lived in Warsaw at 47 Wincentego St. (Targówek district). They had 6 children....

Garbuliński Andrzej

“They came to us one night - recalls Stanisław Garbuliński, - and they asked my father for some food.”

Garbuliński Marian

“They came to us one night - recalls Stanisław Garbuliński, - and they asked my father for some food.”

Garbuliński Władysław

“They came to us one night - recalls Stanisław Garbuliński, - and they asked my father for some food.”

Gasińska Stanisława

Anastazja and Stanisław Bałszczyk spent the Nazi occupation in Warsaw at 39/53 Złota Street. They had two daughters: 29-year-ol...

Gąska Aniela

During the occupation, Aniela Gąska worked and lived in a German storehouse in Warsaw, at Brzeska street. In 1941 (according to...

Gaszyńska Helena

Mieczysław Jakubowski, Krystyna’s brother, was able to enter the Warsaw Ghetto legally, as he had a food suppliers pass. ‘As he...