Sentenced to Death for 'Inciting Publications' (May 1944 in Cracow)
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The article is devoted to young editors of the Polish underground press published in Cracow under German occupation in the years 1939-944, who were arrested and sentenced to death for their role in underground activities and editing of publications of the Polish resistance movement. Their names were published on the Nazi death posters and they were shot on 27 May 1944. These were Jerzy Szewczyk, Adam Kania, Stanislaw Szczerba, Leszek Guzy, Zdzislaw Wójcik, Jerzy Wirth, Edward Heil. They were editors of the following periodicals: 'Informacje Radiowe', 'Przeglad Polski', 'Na ucho', 'Watra', 'Czuwaj', 'Malopolski Biuletyn Informacyjny'.
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