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This Poland 10 Zlotych silver proof coin was designed by Dobrochna Surajewska. It was issued in 2017 to commemorate "The Wola and Ochota Massacres". The massacre of the civilians of the Warsaw district was considered the largest mass murder conducted during World War II. The obverse side of the coin depicts the Polish national arms in the center with a stone wall in the background. The reverse side displays a kneeling child with two standing figures in the background. The coin has a diameter of 32.00 mm and weighs 14.14g.