The Polish Map "N-3-113/114 Ciechanow" from 1995 shows for the small village of Budy Kraszewskie two cemeteries. Reason enough to have a look there. Near the entrance to the village where the easterly cemetery should have been, we found only sandhills scattered with birch and pine. Requests to the local residents made them only shake their heads in disbelief. There never was a cemetery here! However, an elderly man remembered that, located further out of the village, there was the single grave of a French soldier. French military - in this place? But of course! This refers to the time of Napoleon. A map from the 1920s (WIG P37 S30 Raciąż) also shows no cemeteries. If the newer card is not wrong, it can only show graves from the time of World War II.