on camps

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

1. Name of the camp:


2. Location of the camp:

Młynarska Street 133

3. Size of the camp:

5,000–6,000 square meters

4. Date of establishment of the camp:

1 June 1943

5. Date of closure of the camp:

1 August 1944

6. Were the prisoners only Poles, only Jews from Poland, or Poles and Jews from Poland?

Only Jews

7. Were there any foreigners in the camp (nationality, number)?

Jews from Vienna, Germany and Czechoslovakia

8. Average number of prisoners in the camp:

400 people

9. Total number of prisoners who passed through the camp during its period of operation:

Approx. 500 people

10. What happened with the prisoners upon liquidation of the camp?

They were deported to Auschwitz.

11. Did the prisoners work in the camp? (types of work performed, types of workshops)

They made wooden parts for carts.

12. Did the prisoners work outside the camp? (types of work performed, locations)

Some craftsmen were chosen to perform various works for the Gestapo.

13. How were the prisoners fed?

30 decagrams of bread, coffee and half a liter of soup

14. Was there an infirmary or a hospital in the camp?


15. Where there any epidemics in the camp? (If yes, what kind)


16. Are data on the death rate in the camp available?

3 people

17. Were executions held at or outside the camp?

2 people were shot, 44 were hanged, and approx. 150 people were mass executed outside the camp.

18. Were the corpses destroyed?

They were buried in between the wires.

19. Was there a crematorium in the camp?


20. Was the burial site of the murdered victims determined?

Between the wires, at Młynarska Street at the rear of Henryków factory, outside the wires of the camp.

21. Current condition of the camp – what was destroyed? What is located on the site of the camp?

All equipment was taken, but the barracks, factory building and the wires remained on the spot.

22. Has any material evidence survived from the camp? (Type, place of storage, has it been secured?)

Corpses buried in between the wires.

23. Are the surnames and, possibly, addresses of the people who had been imprisoned in the camp known?

1) Laskowicz Gerszon, Planty Street 7, Kielce

2) Grinbaum Natan, Planty Street 7, Kielce

3) Liberman Szmul, Piotrkowska Street 68

24. Are the surnames of the Germans, the camp commander and other functionaries known?

Henryków factory director Fuss, guardhouse commandant Dedek, and Corporal Kasierski, who was particularly known for tormenting Jews

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.