Kielce, 12 August 1948, 4.00 p.m. I, Jan Zielono from the Citizens’ Militia Station in Kielce, with the participation of reporter Stefan Młodawski, whom I advised of the obligation to attest to the conformity of the report with the actual course of the present procedure by his own signature, heard the person named below as a witness. Having been advised of the right to refuse to testify for the reasons set forward in Article 104 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, and of the criminal liability for making false declarations, this pursuant to the provisions of Article 140 of the Penal Code, the witness testified as follows:

Name and surname Stanisław Krawczyk
Parents’ names Jan and Florentyna, née Krakowska
Date of birth 20 October 1909
Place of birth Franopol, Rawa Mazowiecka district
Religious affiliation Roman Catholic
Occupation shopkeeper
Place of residence Kielce, Wesoła Street 8

From February 1940 I worked as a caretaker in the Arbeitsamt.

The detention room was established by the Arbeitsamt in 1943 and closed in 1945. There were only Poles in the camp.

I cannot say how many people there were on average, as there were many round-ups and the size of the groups that were brought in varied. I cannot specify how many people passed through the camp during its period of operation, but there were a lot of them. All the prisoners were deported to the West.

The prisoners from the detention room didn’t work at all. They received food from Caritas.

There was no infirmary in the camp and the prisoners didn’t receive any medical assistance. There were no deaths in the camp.

No executions were carried out in the camp. There was no crematorium.

I don’t know whether any material evidence survived.

I don’t know the surnames of the people who were imprisoned in the camp.

The surnames of the German functionaries and the commander of the camp were: Weealt, Rajsztajn, Koch, Erlich; there were also others whose surnames I don’t know.

At this the report was concluded, read out and signed.