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Jasło

Cmentarz wojenny nr 22 Jasło-Ulaszowice

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War Cemetery No. 22 - Jasło - a cemetery from the First World War designed by Johann Jäger, located in Jasło, Podkarpackie Province. One of over 400 Western-Galician war cemeteries built by the Cemetery Graves Division of the C. and K. Military Commanders in Krakow. Originally, the cemetery was founded on the new parish cemetery in Ulaszowice. It had the shape of the letter L cut out from a rectangle. There were civil burials in the Cutaway section. Currently, the location of the graves is not legible, the area has been blackmailed and partially occupied by the newly built housing estate and the streets of Kruszyna and Reymont. It covers an area of approximately 1500 m. It is surrounded by a currently built stone and metal fence. It is entered into the register of monuments. Originally, there were 136 single and 14 collective graves on it. They buried in them 675 soldiers killed mainly on 6 and 7 May 1915: * 555 Russians with 3 Narewski Infantry Regiment, 5 Kałużski Infantry Regiment, 33 Yelecki Infantry Regiment, 57 Modliński Infantry Regiment, 97 Lyvian Infantry Regiment, 244 Krasnystaw Infantry Regiment, 243 Chełmski Pułk Piechoty, 287 Tarus Infantry Regiment * 79 Austrians with 17 IR 20 IR, 28 IR, 30 IR, 37 IR, 49 IR, 56 IR, 57 IR, 100 IR, 3 HIR, 7 HIR * 41 Germans m.in. . from the 46th Regiment of Infantry Count Kirchbach (1 Lower Silesia), 77th Regiment of Infantry (2 Hanoverki). In the middle of the present cemetery there is a stone monument, which has been preserved in good condition except for the sculpture in it showing a helmet with a mane resting on the wreath. On the monument there is a stone plaque with an inscription in German and Polish, placed during the renovation in the original place.
The cemetery is the object of the East Front World War Trail in the Podkarpackie Voivodeship. [source: Wikipedia, 2055226]
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