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Kielce cemetery massacre

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Pakosz Cemetery in Kielce, Poland. Entrance gate
Pakosz Cemetery in Kielce, Poland. Entrance gate

The Kielce cemetery massacre refers to the shooting action by the Nazi German police that took place on May 23, 1943 in occupied Poland during World War II, in which 45 Jewish children who had survived the Kielce Ghetto liquidation, and remained with their working parents at the Kielce forced-labour camps, were rounded up and brought to the Pakosz cemetery in Kielce, Poland, where they were murdered by the German paramilitary police. The children ranged in age from 15 months to 15 years old.[1]

During the ghetto liquidation action which began on 20 August 1942 approximately 20,000-21,000 Jews were led to awaiting Holocaust trains and sent to Treblinka extermination camp.[2] By the end of 24 August 1942, there were only 2,000 skilled workers left alive in the labour camp at Stolarska-and-Jasna Streets (pl) within the small ghetto, including members of the Judenrat and the Jewish policemen.[3] In May 1943, most Jewish prisoners from Kielce were transported to forced-labour camps in Starachowice, Skarżysko-Kamienna, Pionki, and Bliżyn. The 45 Jewish children murdered at the cemetery were the ones who stayed behind at the liquidated camp.[2]


  1. ^ PAP (23 May 2013). "70 rocznica zamordowania 45 dzieci żydowskich w Kielcach" (in Polish). Portal historyczny Polska Agencja Prasowa.
  2. ^ a b Marta Kubiszyn, Zofia Sochańska, Ariana G. Lee (2009–2015). "Kielce". Virtual Shtetl. Translated by Aleksandra Bilewicz. POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Archived from the original on 2016-08-14.CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link)
  3. ^ Marta Kubiszyn, Adam Dylewski, Justyna Filochowska (2009–2016). "Kielce". Virtual Shtetl (in Polish). POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. pp. 1–3.CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link)

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