September 27, 1942. Deportation of Jews from Parysow, Poland. The Germans captured Parysow on September 17, 1939 and established a Judenrat a month later. A ghetto was set up in November 1940. The ghetto was liquidated on September 27, 1942, when its 3,500 inhabitants, including 2,000 refugees, were deported to Treblinka Death Camp.
Entrance to Aushwitz Jehovah’s Witnesses, Social Democrats, Communists, partisans, trade unionists, Polish intelligentsia and other undesirables were also victims of the hate and aggression carried out by the Nazis.