concerning mass executions and mass graves

Township: Tymienica Stara
Commune: Chotcza
District: Iłża
Voivodeship: Kielce

1. Date and place of execution.

14 December 1942, village of Tymienica Stara.

2. Type of execution.


3. Personal data of the murdered victims.

Poles, Jews, foreigners: Poles

How many people were murdered: 3 people

The victims were brought in from: They were residents of Tymienica Stara.

Surname, age, occupation, address: Jan Lusek, 71 years old, a farmer, his grandson

Zdzisław, 12 years old, and granddaughter Eugenia, 14 years old.

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

They were murdered because of the son who was wanted by the Germans.

5. Who carried out the execution (gendarmes, Gestapo men, SS men, policemen, the Wehrmacht)?


6. Are the surnames of the perpetrators known? (Give the surnames).


7. Were the corpses burnt or destroyed otherwise (where)?

They were shot. Their son laid them to rest in the cemetery in the village of Tymienica.

8. Where were the corpses buried (provide the exact location)?

In the cemetery in Tymienica.

9. Description of the place of burial (graves, dimensions, estimated number of victims buried in one grave).

In one grave – three people.

10. Were the corpses exhumed, were they officially reinterred (report)? If “yes” to the latter, then where?

Cf. 7 and 8 above.

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

On 1 October 1945, the contents of the above questionnaire were officially certified by Władysław Sowiński, the head of Chotcza commune, with the Municipal Court in Lipsko.