During the German occupation Anna Góral lived in Dybków near Sieniawa. Her house stood alone on the outskirts of the village, surrounded by woods and fields. From summer 1942 to autumn 1944 Anna Goral was hiding the Jewish Bank family: brothers – Szlomo and Izrael and Rachela – the wife of Izrael and their five-year-old son. “I remember – she reminisced years later Anna – how they came to my house in tears, to help them. I was scared terribly. Yet I had my own family. But what should I do? I knew these Jews, because they were neighbours of my sister-in-law. They stayed with me. “They were hiding in a barn in the hay. There Anna was bringing them food which they pulled into hiding. After the war the Bank family emigrated to Canada. Great fear that accompanied to Anna Góral from the time at which she decided to hide four people caused that she already turned away other Jews who were trying to get shelter at her.
During establishment of the ghetto in Sieniawia one more Jew came to me and asked for help – she reminisced. – He wanted to give me gold jewellery for help. I was scared too much to take another person under the roof so I refused him. Of course I did not tell him that already four other Jews were living with me. I only told him just to go to someone else, because I could not help him.