MATERIALS: “I knew just one little Jewess hiding . . .” The case of Zofia and Marian Chomin - edited and introduced by Agnieszka Haska Cover Image
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MATERIALS: “I knew just one little Jewess hiding . . .” The case of Zofia and Marian Chomin - edited and introduced by Agnieszka Haska
MATERIALS: “I knew just one little Jewess hiding . . .” The case of Zofia and Marian Chomin - edited and introduced by Agnieszka Haska

Author(s): Agnieszka Haska
Subject(s): History
Published by: Stowarzyszenie Centrum Badań nad Zagładą Żydów & IFiS PAN
Keywords: Zuzanna Ginczanka; collaboration; Polish-Jewish relations; the Holocaust

Summary/Abstract: The presented materials come from the case files of Zofia and Marian Chomin, arrested in 1945 and accused of denouncing Jews living in a tenement house in No. 8a Jabłonowskich St. in Lvov during the war, including the poet Zuzanna Ginczanka. During her stay in Lvov Ginczanka three times escaped arrest, and in her last preserved poem, Non omnis moriar, included the name of the denunciator, Zofia Chomin. This poem became evidence in the case in question, which ended with the acquittal of Marian Chomin and the sentencing of Zofia Chomin to 4 years imprisonment.

  • Issue Year: 2010
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 312-328
  • Page Count: 16
  • Language: English