|89. * DABOWSKI, Krzysztof,
44, farmer, from Dlugoleka, near Knyszyn, Bialystok
In connection with the sheltering
-since September 1942- of seven (7) Jews from Knyszyn, he was shot on May
5, 1945. They were: Ber Slodki with his wife Fruma, their daughter
Szosza and son-in-law Abram Krawiec, a rabbi; Gerson Krawiec, his wife
Lenta and their son, Szmuel. All of them left Poland after the war.
Dabowski was killed by bandits who demanded large sums of money from him,
which, they thought, he must have earned for sheltering Jews. Posthumously
awarded the medal of "Righteous Among the Nations"
90. DABROWSKI, Maria, headmistress
of the school in Wlodzimierz Wolynski (town incorporated after the war
Though known before the war
for her anti-Semitic views, she began sheltering Jews in her home, following
the German occupation in 1941, 18 people were found in her villa in April
1944, including a paralyzed old woman, an invalid without a leg and a blind
girl. Tortured by the Gestapo, she did not reveal the identity of
those who had been helping her, and she was shot with the people she had
91. DABROWSKI, Boleslaw,
farmer, from Samokleski, near Kamionka, Lublin prov.
Having sheltered more than
twelve (12) Jews in his home and on his farm, he was shot together with
the Jews during a raid organized by the German military police on the village,
on Jan. 31, 1943
92. DABROWSKI, Marcin, from
Cisie, near Ceglow. Siedlce prov.
He was killed by the military
police, together with 24 other Poles from the village of Cisie, for sheltering
Jews (see 9).
93. DEC, Bronislaw, from
Hadle Szklarskie, near Kanczuga, Przemysl prov.
94. DEC, Stanislaw, brother
95. DEC, Tadeusz, brother
96. DEC, Wadyslaw, brother,
living at Pantalowice, near Kanczuga
The Dec brothers, together
with other inhabitants of Pantalowice and
Hadle Szklarskie, helped
and provided food to Jews who were hiding in the surrounding woods.
One of the latter, Malka Szinfeld, who was captured by the Nazis, unable
to withstand the interrogation, gave away the names of the Poles
who were helping them. On Dec. 4, l942 the following were detained
and executed beside the Dec brothers: Zofia Kubicki, Zofia and Jakub Kuszek,
Emilia and Wincenty Lewandowski (see: 293, 315-316, 327-328).
97. * DENEKO, Jadwiga, born
SALEK, 32, living in Warsaw
She took care of many fugitives
from the Warsaw ghetto, thus co-operating with Ludomir Marczak. Arrested
on Nov. 25, 1943, together with the sheltered Jewish family, she was shot
on Jan. 6, 1944 in the ghetto ruins. Posthumously awarded the medal:
"Righteous Among the Nations" (see: 367).
98. DEBEK, Wiktoria, 40,
living at Czernie, near Garwolin, Siedlce prov.
Murdered by the Gestapo on
June 29, 1942, together with eleven (11) Jews of unknown identity, sheltered
on her property
99. DEBSKI, Emilia,
living in Kolomyja (incorporated into the Soviet Ukraine)
100. DEBSKI's housekeeper
Sheltered eleven (11) people
of Jewish origin including the family of the dentist Gottfryd and three
(3) members of the family Karpel. These last managed to escape, but
all others were shot
101. DLUGOPOLSKI, Wladyslaw,
35, from Spytkowice, near Oswiecim, Cracow
He was arrested on Jan. 14,
1943 for help rendered to Jews, jailed at Zakopane, later transferred to
the Plaszow camp and then to the Montelupi prison in Cracow and shot there
on May 28, 1944
102. DOBRON, Bronislaw, 28,
farmer, from Swiesielice, Radom prov.
The gendarmes from Ciepielow
murdered him on Dec. 7, 1942, in a group of 14 Poles for help rendered
to Jews (see: 84).
103. DOMAGALA, Piotr, living
at Dobra, near Pilica, Katowice prov.
The military police shot
him in autumn of 1942, together with the sheltered Jews, incl. among them
Kajla born Janic. His wife managed to escape
104. DOMANSKI, Piotr, 76,
farmer, from Rzazew, near Zbuczyn, Siedlce prov.
105. DOMANSKI, Franciszek,
37, farmer, son
106. DOMANSKI, Antoni, 32,
Shot by the military police
on Apr. 8, 1943 for sheltering Jews and partisans
107. DOMERADZKI, Jan, from
Trebaczew, near Sadkowice, Skierniewice prov.
He was shot on Dec. 11, 1943
with his neighbors, the Szczepaniak family, for helping a Jewish family.
The father of this family was also shot, but the fate of the remaining
family members is unknown (see: 594-596)
108. DRAG, Andrzej, 48, from
Przewrotne, near Glogow Malopolski, Rzeszow prov.
109. DRAG, Wojciech, 42
Shot for sheltering Jews
on Mar. 13, 1943 in the village of Przewrotne in a group execution (see: 49-51)
110. DRAG, Franciszek, 31,
from Przewrotne, near Glogow Malopolski
Shot on June 10, 1943 in
the village of Hucisko (see: 19-20).
111. DRYGA, Zygmunt, 54,
from Paulinow, near Sokolow Podlaski, Siedlce prov.
A SS unit shot him at Paulinow
on Feb. 24, 1943, together with a group of people, victims of a Nazi agent
provocateur (see: 14)
112. DUDKIEWICZ, Aleksander,
from Gniazdowo, near Lochow. Siedlce prov.
Killed in autumn of 1942
at Gniazdowo with a Jewish fugitive, Frydman
113. DWORAK, Katarzyna, 60,
from Hucisko, near Glogow Malopolski, Rzeszow
114. DWORAK, Maria, 56
115. DWORAK, Michal, 57
116. DWORAK, Anna, 30
117. DWORAK, Jan, 29
118. DWORAK, Anna, 21
119. DWORAK, Stefania, 16
120. DWORAK, Zofia, 52,
living at Przewrotne, near Glogow Malopolski
All were killed on June 10,
1943 at Hucisko, in a group execution, for sheltering Jews (see: 19-20)
121. DZIAK, Antoni, living
at Bedzienica, near Iwierzyce, Rzeszow prov.
Arrested and later executed
on Oct. 27, 1943 for sheltering five (5) Jewish males: the three young
Bendys brothers, Faust, 30 and Meler, 40. Dziak's wife, Zofia, escaped.