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The article addresses the issue of the graves of Polish prisoners of war buried in Lower Silesia from September 1939, which were liquidated after 1945. The memory of the deceased soldiers is still maintained by their families, who search for their final resting places. This issue is illustrated by the example of the Polish prisoner of war Fryderyk Szulc, who died in September 1939 in Wrocław. The unsuccessful efforts of his family in trying to find the place of his burial in Grabiszyn Cemetery are reconstructed.