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D±brówka Szczepanowska

Cmentarz wojenny nr 193 D±brówka Szczepanowska

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War Cemetery No. 193 - Dąbrówka Szczepanowska - Austrian cemetery from World War I in Dąbrówka Szczepanowska, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Tarnów County, in the Pleśna commune. One of over 400 Western-Galician war cemeteries built by the Cemetery Graves Division of the C. and K. Military Commanders in Krakow. In the 6 th Tarnów district, these cemeteries are 63. [source: Wikipedia, 2778626]
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Description of the cemetery
It is located on the Lubinka hill on the road from DÄ…brĂłwka Szczepanowska to Lubinka. Designed by Heinrich Scholz, the war cemetery complex no. 193 consists of three elements: a monument and two necropolis - a cemetery of Austro-Hungarian soldiers and a cemetery of Russian soldiers. The central element is a stone monument with four inscription boards with the following text: "The heroes stormed this hill protected by the heroes, immortal fame crowns the winners" "To commemorate the victorious struggles for the liberation of Galicia from the intense violence" "18 and 19 February 1915 bled here for his homeland c. and k. 2 Tyrolean Imperial Rifle Regiment and c. and k. 14 Infantry Regiment "" c. and k. 4 Tyrolean Imperial Rifle Regiment broke here on May 2 to 3, 1915 in an unstoppable Russian fortifications " File: WWI, Military cemetery No. 193 DÄ…brĂłwka Szczepanowska, monument, DÄ…brĂłwka Szczepanowska village, TarnĂłw county, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland.jpg [source: Wikipedia, 2778626]
Cemetery of Austro-Hungarian soldiers
It is located on the top of the hill, on the edge of the forest, a few meters southwest of the main monument. It has an area of about 1200 m 2 . It was built on a rectangular plan with a recess for a monument. The monument is a tall wooden Latin cross standing on a pedestal of stone blocks. Below the cross, a plaque with the German-language inscription was placed on the pedestal: ERLOSCHEN SIND UNSERE NAMEN ABER UNSERE TATEN LEUCHTEN. In translation into Polish: Zgasły our surnames. But our actions are shining. File: WWI, Military cemetery No. 193 Dąbrówka Szczepanowska, cemetery of austrian soldiers, Dąbrówka Szczepanowska village, Tarnów county, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland.jpg [source: Wikipedia, 2778626]
Cemetery of soldiers of the Russian army
It is located in the forest, about 80 meters northeast of the main monument and has an area of 602 m 2 . It was built on a rectangular plan with an alcove. In the middle of the necropolis, on a pedestal of stone blocks stands a wooden two-armed Lorraine cross. Below it is a board with the German-language inscription: DIE GLEICHE HEIMAT RUFT NACH ALLEN TOTEN. In Polish translation: A Common Homeland calls all the dead. File: WWI, Military cemetery No. 193 DÄ…brĂłwka Szczepanowska, cemetery of russian soldiers, DÄ…brĂłwka Szczepanowska village, TarnĂłw county, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland.jpg [source: Wikipedia, 2778626]
the fallen
In 92 collective graves and 73 individual ones, 594 soldiers were killed here in the first half of 1915. They died during the failed assault of the Austro-Hungarian army in February and in May during the battle of Gorlice ended with the break of the Russian front. 359 imperial and royal soldiers were buried in the Austrian quarters. 235 soldiers of the tsarist army were buried in the Russian quarters. Austrian soldiers fought in the 2nd Tyrolean Rifle Regiment, 14th Infantry Regiment, 4 Tyroler's Rifle Regiment, 28th Infantry Regiment recruiting near Czech Prague and 1 Bosnian-Herzegovian Infantry Regiment recruiting soldiers near Sarajevo. [source: Wikipedia, 2778626]
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