Zofia Brzozowska, a resident of Kobyłka near Warsaw, did not manage to live to see the end of the war. The Gestapo soldiers shot her exactly on the fourth anniversary of the war. What was the reason? Because she dared to give shelter to two Jews in her house on Warszawska Street. One of them was probably the owner of a tannery in Wołomin named Goldberg. He was also shot. Together with his comrade. The bodies of the three murdered were buried in the garden.