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Jewish settlement in the city had begun in the 15th century and had steadily grown, until on the outbreak of WW2 the Jews of Rzeszow numbered 15,, more than one-third of the total population.
The first German bombs fell on the city on 6 September , and Rzeszow was occupied by the German Army four days later. Many were caught and turned back.
German persecution of the Jews began almost immediately. Upon The former Ghetto entering the city, German troops were friendly towards the inhabitants, handing out cigarettes and sweets.
Five days later, at the time of the Jewish high holidays of Rosh Hashanah New Year and Yom Kippur Day of Atonement , Jewish men still wearing their prayer shawls were driven from the city's synagogues towards the River Wislok, where many were either drowned or beaten to death.
In late September most synagogues were destroyed. Jews had to pull down the cemetery walls, break up all tombstones and pave the roads with the rubble. The emptied area served later as the Sammelplatz for the deportees.
The city was incorporated in the Generalgouvernement. In October a Judenrat was appointed, headed by Dr Kleinmann. The Ordnungdienst , the Jewish police, was formed, initially numbering 25 functionaries and headed by a former Polish officer from Lodz , Gorelik.
On 26 October , an edict, issued by Hans Frank , required all Jewish males between the ages of 14 and 60 to register for work. With effect from 1 December , all Jews in the Aerial Photo Generalgouvernement were ordered by Frank to wear on their right arm a white band at least 10 cm wide, bearing a Star of David.
By the end of , there were 10 forced labour camps in the Rzeszow region. The military airport to the north of the city became the main workplace for Jewish slave labourers in the region. In May Jewish apartments were confiscated, and Jews were prohibited from using the city's main thoroughfares, Trzeciego Maja and Zamkowa Streets. Later the all night curfew was introduced. All Jewish men had to report at the Arbeitsamt. In turn, several thousand Jews, both residents of the city and refugees, left Rzeszow and made their way to Warsaw , to Soviet-occupied Poland or to other places in the Generalgouvernement.
Later, only a handful managed to cross the border legally. The deadline for the exchange of refugees between Germany and the Soviet Union was set for 15 May By June , the number of Jews in Rzeszow had decreased to 11,, of whom 7, were pre-war residents of the city. At the same time, the number of Jews in the towns and villages of the Rzeszow region were with the number of refugees in brackets: Rzeszow became home to an important factory complex for the production of aircraft engines.
Resettlement of Jews to the future ghetto began from June The ghetto area was surrounded by 3 m high wooden fences and walls. A new Stadtkommissar was appointed, a Nazi fanatic, Albert Pavlu , who personally killed a number of Jews even before the deportations started.
The witness Samuel Isak Wilf , testified: Posters appeared, stating that within 3 to 5 days all Jews had to move into the houses reserved for the ghetto. At that time only the Jews from Rzeszow lived in the ghetto, plus about 2, refugees from Lodz etc.
The Jews from the surrounding area were left in peace for the time being. Nevertheless, some houses were really crowded, with up to 20 persons in one room.
Within the wooden fence around the ghetto 3 gateways were set, guarded by Jewish and Polish police. Only those with a job outside the ghetto were entitled to leave. Overcrowding, starvation and lack of hygienic facilities resulted in the inevitable epidemics, in which hundreds died. In March , the Gestapo murdered residents of two houses in the ghetto. On 30 April , the Gestapo murdered another 35 people in the ghetto.
They were taken from their homes and shot. All the Jews from small villages were ordered to move to ghettos in the nearest towns. They had to leave behind almost all their property. Jews moving to the Tyczyn ghetto were brutally beaten; all were robbed, a number killed.
On June , all Tyczyn Jews were resettled to the Rzeszow ghetto. Again, the march was accompanied by brutality and murders. A number of Tyczyn Jews were executed at the local Jewish cemetery. Jews living near Kolbuszowa were forced into the ghetto there in autumn This ghetto was closed in February In Sokolow Malopolski the ghetto was formed in April At the time of the ghetto's liquidation in June , 3, lived there.
During the resettlement to Rzeszow 28 persons were killed. Jews, concentrated in the Strzyzow ghetto , were resettled to Rzeszow on 26 April and 9 June , those from Blazowa on 26 June. By the end of June , all Jews from the smaller towns of Majdan Kolbuszowski, Czudec, Niebylec , and Staniszewska , together with some from Lancut, Sedziszow Malopolski , and from small villages near Rzeszow were forced into the Rzeszow ghetto.
As a result, the population of the ghetto rose to almost 23, In June , the responsibility for the entire Jewish population was transferred from the administrative authorities to the Police and SD. At the beginning of July, the Germans imposed a penalty on the Rzeszow ghetto of 1,, zlotys, to be paid by its inhabitants. Most Jews were forced to work.
Around the same time came the "contributions". First 2, then another 3, then a further 7 million zlotys, and finally the delivery of all money. The Jews had to pay all tax arrears. Aryans who held claims against Jews were entitled to get paid without delay. Eventually the order came that all Jews from the surrounding area had to move into the town of Rzeszow.
Many fled into the forests, but some 11, obeyed, so that the ghetto suddenly had some 24, inhabitants. In the early morning of the 7 July , residents of the southern section of the ghetto had to gather in the Sammelplatz the former Jewish cemetery.
Here they underwent a selection. Those chosen for work, i. A large detachment of police entered the ghetto. A group of Jews was sent to the Flugmotorenwerk at Lisia Gora. The march to the station on that day was especially brutal. People were herded, beaten with rifle butts and shot on the way, before the eyes of the local population including German civilians, who officially protested afterwards. Jews who buried the bodies at the Czekaj Jewish cemetery were also killed. Among the executioners were Pavlu and Mack.
After the selection at the Sammelplatz , elderly people were taken to the Glogow forest for execution. Following the protests of local Germans, this time the march to the station was much less brutal.
Afterwards the Judenrat was obliged to pay for the transports. Two other transports departed from Staroniwa on 14 and 19 July. Sources differ in estimating the total number of those deported at between 18, - 21, Since some 4, Jews were still living in the ghetto after the July deportations, it may be assumed that a figure of around 20, is accurate if this is to include the victims of the mass executions in the Glogow forest and those killed in the ghetto.
The ghetto was subsequently reduced in size. On 7 August , a second Aktion took place, in the course of which approximately 1, women and children were taken to the Pelkinie forced-labour and transit camp near Jaroslaw in the Lwow district there were already 10, Jews from Lezajsk, Lancut, Zolynia, Radymno and other places in this transit camp. After a brief stay, they too were transported to Belzec. On 25 October , a group of Jews from the liquidated Glogow Malopolski ghetto were sent to the Rzeszow Ghetto.
A third Aktion was carried out on 15 November All Jews were gathered at the Appellplatz at Baldachowka Street , where a selection took place. A further 2, Jews were sent to their deaths in Belzec. During the course of this Aktion , a large force of Security Police under the command of Paul Lehmann searched the ghetto for children. Any found were killed on the spot. The Jewish employment agency had summoned all unemployed women and children unfit for work to be registered.
A complete company of German police had been hiding in the agency. The women and children were rounded up immediately, their property was taken from them and they were deported to Belzec. There were also 4 men among these people, three of whom were elderly and one a younger man named Holoschek who subsequently sent us a note from Belzec in which he wrote that he was working in hell.
At first we did not understand the message, but afterwards we heard that his job was to assist at the burning of corpses. We also heard that some of the women had to work on farms. Later we no longer received any messages. Probably all of these people were killed.
Men and women were separated and the camp was organized as a concentration camp. Some of the 2, prisoners those with a "W" badge worked outside of the camp for different German Army workshops.
Some Jews laboured in the ghetto workshops under the command of Eintracht. Bacher served as the commandant until March , when, after a conflict with the local Gestapo , he was transferred to the Szebnie camp. Family members of Ghetto A workers lived there as well as deported newcomers.