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    Wystawa malarstwa ze zbiorów Muzeum Narodowego w Lublinie

Women - World War II

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Joanna Szydłowska of Jankowski Family (1907–1994) – a graduate from the school of Wacława Arciszowa, a scout of the 3rd Scout Team under the name of Queen Jadwiga of Poland, an artist. During the Second World War she was sent to Ravensbrück concentration camp for her conspiracy operations. She was in the group of “guinea pig” female prisoners on whom crippling medical experiments were carried out. After the war she run a jewellery atelier in Lublin.

Photographer unknown, the 1920s.

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Joanna Szydłowskain her house

in Narutowicza Street in Lublin.

Photo by Jan Magierski, 1974

Joanna Szydłowskain jewellery atelier.

Photographer unknown, Lublin, the 1960s.

Joanna Szydłowskain jewellery atelier.

Photographer unknown, Lublin, the 1960s.

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Krystyna Wilgat (1923–2011) – a daughter of the teacher Maria Czyżowa (a member of the Home Army), a scout and graduate of the Secondary School by the name of Lublin Union in Lublin. During the Second World War she was sent to Ravensbrück concentration camp for her conspiracy operations, where pseudo-medical experiments were carried out on her. After the war she worked in the Department of Geography at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University (UMCS).

Photographer unknown, Lublin, 1948

Wanda Półtawska of Wojtasik Family (born in 1921) – a doctor, specialist in psychiatry. She attended the Private Secondary School of the Ursulines in Lublin. During the Second World War

she was sent to Ravensbrück concentration camp for her conspiracy operations, where pseudo-medical experiments were carried out on her.

Photo by E. Funk, Lublin, 1936.

Wanda Półtawsk. 

Photo by Z. Garzyński, the 1940s.

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Lublin Castle after the abolition of the Nazi prison.

The families mourn the murdered family members.

Photo by Stefan Kiełsznia, July 1944