26c Klaudyna street. Here you can see a monument made by Marek Moderau, in memory of the soldiers of the Home Army grouping "Żmija" from platoons 224 and 254, fallen and murdered in September 1944 in the area of Rajszewska street in Marymont.
The originator was the Home Army soldier Wacław Gluth-Nowowiejski a.k.a. "Wacek", the sole survivor of the slaughter in Rajszewska street.
The monument is called "Marymont Identity Tag" due to the fact that it is made of steel and contains symbols of identity tags which make us think of thirteen soldiers who got killed there. On the monument there is also the Home Army Cross sculpted as well as the quotation from the Letter of Paul to the Church in Rome, "The life and death of each of us has its influence on others" Romans 14, 7).
The monument was unveiled on September 14, 2021 on the anniversary of the massacre of the Warsaw insurgents who tried to defend themselves in the Zawadzki mansion in Rajszewska street in Marymont, i.e. the northernmost defence point of Żoliborz district.
written by: Maciej Janaszek-Seydlitz
pictures taken by: Maciej Janaszek-Seydlitz
translated by: Monika Ałasa