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Raciąż
Church of the Assumption
Church of the Assumption
Coat of arms of Raciąż
Coat of arms
Raciąż is located in Poland
Raciąż
Raciąż
Coordinates: 52°46′46″N 20°6′55″E / 52.77944°N 20.11528°E / 52.77944; 20.11528
Country Poland
VoivodeshipMasovian
CountyPłońsk
GminaRaciąż (urban gmina)
Established10th century
Town rights1425
Government
 • MayorMariusz Godlewski
Area
 • Total3.82 km2 (1.47 sq mi)
Population
 (2006)
 • Total4,752
 • Density1,200/km2 (3,200/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
09-140
Area code(s)+48 23
Car platesWPN
Websitehttp://www.miastoraciaz.pl/

Raciąż [ˈrat͡ɕɔ̃ʂ] is a town in Płońsk County, Masovian Voivodeship, Poland, with 4,585 inhabitants (2004). Its history dates to 10th century.

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History

A Jewish population had lived in Raciąż since the 1600s. Between 1857 and 1931, the Jewish population of the town varied between 35% and 45%, which was typical of small shtetls in the region.[1] At the beginning of World War II, there were about 1700 Jews in Raciąż. The German invaders rounded up most of the Jews and deported them to Warsaw and other larger towns in 1939. Some were sent to labor camps too. Almost all of Raciąż' Jews were murdered during the war, but about ten young survivors returned to town after the war. Most were murdered one night by unknown people, either nationalists or thugs. After that, the remainder left. See Virtual Sztetl.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ Jewish Community in Raciąż on Virtual Shtetl]
  2. ^ Virtual Sztetl: Raciaz. Retrieved July 14, 2020.


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