entry in the Commune Register of Monuments:
cemetery entered into the register
entry in the Provincial Register of Monuments:
cemetery entered into the register / 1987 r.
graves of extermination victims:
Probably at the back of the cemetery, in the place where there were no burials, there is a mass grave of Dutch and Romanian Jews shot by German SS soldiers (the victims could have been prisoners of the local KL Hindenburg, operating in the Donnersmarca Steelworks). The cemetery also includes: the grave of Bluma Wajn, a prisoner of KL Auschwitz, shot during the attack in Zabrze in January 1946, the graves of Russian soldiers who died in 1918, who were in the POW camp in Zabrze, individual matzevot were placed in the rear part of the cemetery, a mass grave of Soviet prisoners of war and other victims of the Stalag Teschen VIII B labor camp from 1943-1944 located in the western part of the cemetery, on the grave of a modern monument.
historical elements preserved:
Over 700 tombstones, including lane and family tombs, a fragment of a fence and old trees.
contemporary information or commemorative elements:
Monument to the grave of prisoners from the labor camp, a board commemorating the victims of the Holocaust, a temporary board with information about the activities of Kurt Schlesinger, the former cemetery caretaker, and a plaque "Stories of the Absent" with a QR code near the gate.
current number of the monuments register with the date of the first entry:
cemetery entered into the register / A/1500/92 z 18.09.1992 r. (WKZ Katowice)