Memory of the Ulma Family [50]

In Memory of the Ulma Family

Subject: no
Face value: 50 pln
Alloy: 999/1000 Ag
Diameter: 45 mm
Weight: 62.2 g
Finish: standard
Mintage: 5000 pcs
On the edge: smooth
Additional: oxidized, amber
Date of issue: 2024-02-22
Issue price: 950 pln
The reverse of the coin depicts the Blessed Ulma Family – Józef and Wiktoria and their children: Stanisława, Barbara, Władysław, Franciszek, Antoni and Maria. The heart-shaped amber symbolises the seventh child.

Designer: Robert Kotowicz
The obverse of the coin features a composition of palm leaf and lily flowers – the palm leaf is a symbol of martyrdom, while seven lily flowers symbolise the innocence of seven children.

Designer: Robert Kotowicz

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In Memory of the Ulma Family

Markowa is a village located a few kilometres from Łańcut. On the eve of the outbreak of the Second World War, it had a population of approximately 4,500, including 120 Jews. In the first half of 1942, the Germans introduced restrictions in this area resulting from an ordinance of the Governor-General Hans Frank of 15 October 1941, which included the almost complete blockage of access to Jewish residential areas and a ban on Jews leaving ghettos, as well as the introduction of the death penalty for assistance given to them by the inhabitants of the General Government.

Wiktoria and Józef Ulma had been married since 1935 and had six children: Stanisława, Barbara, Władysław, Franciszek, Antoni and Maria. Working on the farm, they were involved ...

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