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Victoriaschule, a former high school female in Gdansk






The former high school female breakthroughs of the century, now headquarters can be found here at the University of Gdansk. Named in honor of Victoria, wife of the then Crown Prince Frederick Reich, mother of Emperor Wilhelm II. The building was the site of matrynologii Polonia Gdańsk. In the first days of September 1939, approximately 3,000 were imprisoned here in Gdansk Poles died as a result of beatings here activist known Polish, Roman Ogryczak. After the September 15 detainees were transferred to the Stutthof concentration camp and the barracks in New Port. On the walls of the building there is a plaque commemorating the event.