• On 21 February 1997 in the Silesian Museum was opened an exhibition entitled "Katyn - Charkow accuses the earth." Exposed were the items taken from the death holes in Katyn and Charkow. The opening was attended by Secretary General of the Council for Protection of Monuments to Struggle and Martyrdom Andrzej Przewoźnik. Silesian Museum is located in the city center. This allowed it to be visited by many residents of Silesia.
  • In December 1998, the Officers' Casino of the Polish Military Troops we shown to our members, residents of Katowice and the soldiers stationed in barracks in Katowice a photo report of the consecration of cornerstone in Charkow.
  • On 3 April 2003 in the Archdiocese Museum in Katowice, an exhibition "The truth came out from under the earth." Exposed were the objects excavated from the death holes, and borrowed from the Katyn Museum in Warsaw.
  • From 9th April to 5th May 2010 in the Silesian Museum, al. W. Korfantego 3 an exhibition "Silesian victims of Katyn" was active in Katowice which shows memorabilia carefully kept by our family. There were pictures, letters, documents, officer saber and exhibits borrowed from the Katyn Museum in Warsaw. The exhibition was dedicated especially to those who were bound to the origin, or service and work with Silesia, which they never had to go back, but also to those whose families are bound to Silesia after the war.

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