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The monument to all nationalities killed in the Plaszw forced labour camp. Designed by Witold Ceckiewicz, it was erected in 1964. Fiona Newton, The Institute of Historic Building Conservation, Context 108, March 2009. http://ihbc.org.uk/context_archive/108/newton/one.html
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