Tczew New Jewish Cemetery
Around 1925, a second Jewish necropolis was established in Tczew, at Skarszewska Street – now called Wojska Polskiego – on land purchased from Protestants. It is known that the cemetery occupied a small area of approx. 0.3 hectares, and it was delineated by rows of chestnut trees, with three separate burial quarters. The cemetery was destroyed during the Nazi occupation. After the liberation, the buildings of a clinic, ambulance service and petrol station were erected in this place.
(K. Bielawski, cmentarze-zydowskie.pl)
The second necropolis […] was probably established in the present century, around 1925, when the Jewish population increased in number as a result of the arrival of Jews from Łódź to the city. According to the oral version of the inhabitants of Tczew, this necropolis was not used at all. The square of 0.30 hectares with a chestnut avenue from the cemetery has survived to our times.
(Source: “Synagogi i cmentarze Żydowskie w Gdańsku i okolicach”; text published in fodz.pl)