Doctor Ryszard Adamowicz lived in Lviv during the German occupation. There, he became involved in helping a 17-year-old Jewish girl by finding her a hiding place at the home of his friend Wiesław Bogusz, a dentist. The man hid the woman in the kitchen and, together with Ryszard, helped her with food. After about two weeks, Ryszard was forced to move the woman to a safer place because the Ukrainians had started to take an interest in Wiesław’s flat. Thanks to Ryszard’s help, the woman survived the difficult period of the occupation, after which she managed to put her life back together by getting married.