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cemetery: Pow±zki, Warszawa
photography: Jacek Michiej

Cmentarz wojenny nr 214 Gosławice

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War Cemetery No. 214 - Gosławice - an Austrian war cemetery from the First World War period, built by the War Cemetery Department of the C. and K. Military Command Office in Kraków in its area VIII Brzesko. A small war necropolis is located in the northern part of Gosławice in the Lesser Poland voivodship, in the Tarnów poviat, in the Wierzchosławice commune along the road leading from Wierzchosławice to Komorów. They rest on him in four graves: * 4 German soldiers: ** Erich Olze from 217 Reserve Infantry Regiment, died on December 20, 1914, ** three unknown soldiers, * 16 Russian soldiers: ** serving in the 19th Kostromski Infantry Regiment: Sergeant. Nikolai Mikhailovich (killed in January 1915) and General Josef Biłous (killed in February 1915), 14 unknown soldiers. The cemetery was designed by Robert Motka. [source: Wikipedia, 2660351]
type of the cemeterywar
state of the cemeteryclosed
[source: Wikipedia, 2660351]
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