Wlodimierz Daniluk and his wife Anna were from a poor farming family in Solnicki, Poland. Though they had very little, when a Jewish man knocked and asked for shelter and food, they brought him in. Soon, they were hiding four Jewish men in their home. Wlodmierz was worried, but his daughter Luba encouraged him to continue hiding the men. They continued to do so until the end of the war. But they were still not safe. The Daniluk family had the Jewish men over to celebrate the victory over the Nazis. During the party, Polish Nationalist thugs who were mad that the Daniluks had sheltered Jews broke into the house and killed seven people including Wlodmierz, Luba, and two small children. Honor Wlodmierz’s memory by viewing more portraits of him.