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 We tried to speak to people in the old houses, but no one could tell us anything. The ghetto camp in //Stalowa Wola// existed until 21st July 1942, then the inhabitants were either taken to another ghetto in //Debica// or were murdered in //Belzec//. But both camps were closed at the end of July. (For information about the camps, see Gudrun Schwarz, Die nationalsozialistischen Lager, 1996.) From where did Aron try to escape? How long was he able to hold out? We found no answers to these questions. We tried to speak to people in the old houses, but no one could tell us anything. The ghetto camp in //Stalowa Wola// existed until 21st July 1942, then the inhabitants were either taken to another ghetto in //Debica// or were murdered in //Belzec//. But both camps were closed at the end of July. (For information about the camps, see Gudrun Schwarz, Die nationalsozialistischen Lager, 1996.) From where did Aron try to escape? How long was he able to hold out? We found no answers to these questions.
  
-From //Stalowa Wola// we drove to //Pyszica// which is where the parents married and the family lived for a while. Also, Aron and his father fled there after they had been released from Sachsenhausen in 1940.+From //Stalowa Wola// we drove to //Pysznica// which is where the parents married and the family lived for a while. Also, Aron and his father fled there after they had been released from Sachsenhausen in 1940.
  
 There were many old houses which Gregorz recognised as having belonged to Jews, with small shops on the ground floor. Everything was in decay and the streets were either flooded with water or covered in mud. There were many old houses which Gregorz recognised as having belonged to Jews, with small shops on the ground floor. Everything was in decay and the streets were either flooded with water or covered in mud.
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-^Memorial Pysznica (1982)\\ Photo: privat^+^Memorial Pysznica (1992)\\ Photo:emma privat^
  
 When we discovered the memorial I climbed over the fence to take a closer look at the stones and took some photos and at the same time pushed the thought away that I was probably walking over a mass grave... When we discovered the memorial I climbed over the fence to take a closer look at the stones and took some photos and at the same time pushed the thought away that I was probably walking over a mass grave...