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Memorial to Polish WWII soldier unveiled in Postojna

Postojna, 10 May - A memorial to a Polish WWII soldier who helped Yugoslav partisans burn the German gasoline storage in the Postojna cave in 1943 was unveiled on Monday near the town of Postojna.

Postojna
President Borut Pahor lays a wreath at the unveiling of a memorial to Polish soldier Tadeusz Sadowski - Tomo, who helped Yugoslav partisans burn Nazi fuel storage in the Postojna cave.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Postojna
President Borut Pahor lays a wreath at the unveiling of a memorial to Polish soldier Tadeusz Sadowski - Tomo, who helped Yugoslav partisans burn Nazi fuel storage in the Postojna cave.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Postojna
President Borut Pahor lays a wreath at the unveiling of a memorial to Polish soldier Tadeusz Sadowski - Tomo, who helped Yugoslav partisans burn Nazi fuel storage in the Postojna cave.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

Postojna
The unveiling of a memorial to Polish soldier Tadeusz Sadowski - Tomo, who helped Yugoslav partisans burn Nazi fuel storage in the Postojna cave.
Photo: Stanko Gruden/STA

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