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Łęka Siedlecka

Cmentarz wojenny nr 210 Łęka Siedlecka

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War Cemetery No. 210 - Łęka Siedlecka - an Austrian war cemetery from the First World War, located in the village of Łęka Siedlecka in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship, in the Tarnów County, in the Radłów commune. It is one of 400 Western-Galician war cemeteries built by the Cemetery Graves Division of the C. and K. Military Commanders in Krakow. In the VIII Brest region, there are 52 cemeteries . [source: Wikipedia, 3217908]
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state of the cemeteryclosed
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Description of the cemetery
The object was designed by Robert Motka. It is located in the center of Łęka Siedlecka, on the left side of the Radłów - Siedlec road. The cemetery was built on a rectangular plan. It has an area of 3.71 ares. The necropolis is fenced with concrete pillars, which are connected by metal pipes. Entrance through a metal gate between two such posts. The central monument is a metal cross without an inscription, standing on a stone pedestal, by a fence, in front of the entrance gate. The cross is covered with a broken roof. In front of him two small, concrete pedestals with Austrian bachelor chaps with laurel wreaths. The graves were placed symmetrically along the path leading from the gate to the central monument. There are 5 tombstones in the form of concrete arcades set on a two-stage pedestal. In the niches of the arcades there are crosses. On two steles are Latin crosses, on three two-armed Lorraine crosses Oktawian Duda Cemeteries of the First World War in Western Galicia 1914-1918, Center for the Protection of Historic Landscape, Warsaw 1995, . [source: Wikipedia, 3217908]
the fallen
44 soldiers were buried in the cemetery in six mass graves, including 26 Austro-Hungarian armies and 18 soldiers of the Russian army. They fell in December 1914. Only some of the soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian army were identified. They fought in the following units : * FJB 18 - Feldjägerbataillon kuk nr. 18. 59% of its members were Rusyns, 31% Poles and others. District of supplements: Lviv, garrison: Trient * FJB 16 kuk Schlesisches Feldjägerbataillon nr. 16, 1 Tyrolean Imperial Rifle Regiment (German: 1. Regiment der Tiroler Kaiserjäger) * elite infantry regiment of the Austro-Hungarian Army, Kaiserjäger named after 1848 Kaiser Franz Joseph. District of supplements - Innsbruck, * FJB 13 - kuk Galizisches Feldjägerbataillon nr. 13. Its members mainly consisted of Poles and Ruthenians. [source: Wikipedia, 3217908]
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