Mr Ankowitsch lived in Piaski Wielkie (Lublin Province) during the Second World War. He hid a Jew in his house.
Józef and Józefa Biernatowie, Józef and Julian Czortowie, Józef Żurek, Tadeusz and Cecylia Rewilakowie, priest Franciszek Dźwigoński, Adam Wajda
Józefa Czort lived with her parents, brothers and sisters in the village of Piaski Wielkie near Cracow. The surrounding population was engaged in butchery and meat production. After the war the residents of the village established the Committee for the Care of Victims of War. Its head became the vicar of the parish – priest Franciszek Dźwigońsk...