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11 November 1944, Żeżawa, Zaleszczyki district, Stanislavov voivodship, Poland.
Funeral ceremony of the Jaremowicz family members, killed by Ukrainian troops.
Photo: unknown, courtesy of Mariusz Hermanowicz, KARTA Centre collection.
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