During World War II Krystyna Adamska lived in the village of Jezierzany (Ukraine), and for some time during the German occupation she hid a Jewish woman, name Róża, in her house behind a tiled stove. The woman came from the town of Tłumacz. When the battlefront passed through the village, bombarding the surrounding houses, residents started to flee in panic. Krystyna and Róża also escaped. From that moment on, Róża’s fate is unknown.