Aleje Ujazdowskie (Ujazdowskie Avenues, Corner of Bagatela Street)
On August 2nd-3rd 1944 at the area of the Jordan Garden, te Nazis shot several hundreds of people. On the first days of the Uprising mass executions of the civilians were having place. Later on the number of such killings decreased but till the last days of the Warsaw Uprising this Cruel practice was continued. The SS and german police officers murdered from 5 to 10 thousands of Warsaw population, largely women and kids. These actions were fulfilling Hitler’s orders regarding total extermination of the Polish and complete destruction of Warsaw. It is said that Geibel got clear signal which stated: ‘Destroy several thousands’. This plan was scrupulously implemented- the execution of South Middle-city (Śródmieście) citizens was a first step to embody the plan, yet before the carnage of Wola. At Bagatela Street mass murders were being performed. At the place of the execution over a dozen groups of people were putting against the wall, robbed and undressed. Often victims were dying lying on the corpses of previously murdered people. Stacks of human bodies were reaching to the half of a floor of the GISZ building. In the District Commision Investigating Nazi Crimes protocol we can find infomation that in the GISZ basements where the crematory was installed, 5578 kilos of human ashes were found. This is an undisputed prove that in this place up to 10 thousands of people were killed.