Cows graze in a Polish Jewish cemetery. (YouTube)

A descendant of Holocaust survivors is determined to restore the tombstones of generations of Jews.

In 2016, a man went to the Polish town of Ostrowiec Swietokrzyski to search for the graves of his family that perished in the Holocaust.

He and his peers were shocked to discover some Jewish gravestones in the fence of the Catholic cemetery in Ostrowiec.

From a lively city with a Jewish community of 15,000 – 50 percent of the town’s population – only 30 tombstones were found. Where are they?

Apparently, anti-Semitism in Poland didn’t end with the Shoah.

Watch this shocking video and learn about the experience of a descendant of survivors determined to restore the tombstones of generations of Jews so that they will not be forgotten.