on executions and mass graves

Township: Kielce
Commune: Kielce
District: Kielce
Voivodeship: Kielce

1. Date and place of execution:

Kielce, Stadium, 500 meters from the barracks

2. Type of execution:


3. Personal data of the murdered victims:

Poles, Jews, foreigners: Poles

Number of murdered victims: 7

The victims were brought in from: the prison in Kielce

Surname, age, occupation, address:

1) Adamczyk Antoni, born on 30 April 1905, resident in Kielce, Warszawska Street 123,

2) Bielica Franciszek, born on 27 April 1890, resident in Kielce, Domaszowskie Przedmieście Street 20,

3) Unknown,

4) Przybylski Tadeusz, born on 15 January 1922, resident in Kielce, Szydłówek Dolny Street 21,

5) Unknown,

6) Siczek Józef, born on 25 November 1882, resident in Kielce, Focha Street 49,

7) Wajda Wojciech, born on 12 April 1890 in Jędrzejów

4. Is it known what the victims were accused of, whether the execution was carried out in retaliation, etc.?


5. Who carried out the execution?

6. Are the surnames of the perpetrators known?


7. Were the corpses burnt or destroyed in any other way?


8. Where were the corpses buried?

At the execution site.

9. Description of the grave:

The victims, apart from no. 7, were buried in a common grave.

10. Was there an official exhumation? Were the corpses buried officially, and if so, where?

The corpses were officially exhumed on 12 June 1945 and buried in the section of honor of a cemetery in the following graves: 1) 98, 2) 93, 3) 95, 4) 99, 5) 98, 6) 100, 7) 94.

11. Are there any grounds for exhumation in the future?

On 6 October 1945, the contents of the above questionnaire were officially certified by Ludwika Bazylewska, acting on the authorization of the president of the city of Kielce, with the Municipal Court in Kielce.