Roman Barszcz with his sister Stanisława Barszcz-Czarnecka
Roman Barszcz lived in Boże (Mazowieckie Province) during World War II. Brother of Stanisława Barszcz-Czarnecka. Together with his sister, Roman was involved in helping three Jewish children from Grabów, who were hiding under the forest.
Priest Józef Adamczyk, Stanisława Barszcz, Wanda and Stanisław Skowrońscy
Village Boże (Białobrzeski province) was a calm and a safe place during the occupation. One could say that its name became the symbol of the Providence. Some people of Jewish origin foun shelter there. It was autumn, probably in 1942. Some siblings wandered in the vicinity of Boże. They escaped from the ghetto, but could not find a good shelt...