Warsawa Province, Poland

The city of Warsaw is of central importance in the history of the Holocaust.

Several of the Boys came from smaller towns and villages in the Warsawa Province, close to the city of Warsaw. The population of the Warsawa Province in the interwar period was almost 10% Jewish. Many of the Jews from their hometowns were moved into the Warsaw ghetto and the population of the region decreased sharply as a result of execution, extermination, and deportation.

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