On 21 February 1948, in Radom, Attorney Zygmunt Glogier, a member of the District Commission for the Investigation of German Crimes, based in Radom, heard the person named below as a witness without oath. After being informed about the criminal liability for giving false testimony, the witness testified as follows:

Name and surname Jan Wróblewski
Age 55
Parents’ names Stanisław and Zuzanna
Place of residence Waryńskiego Street 14, Radom
Occupation employment official in the Kielce province
Criminal record none
Relationship to the parties none

On 24 August 1940, I was arrested by the Kripo. A Gestapo man named Grohman arrested me in the company of a translator, Jungnik, who was [a Volksdeutsch] from Lodz, I think. Grohman behaved respectfully towards me, while Jungnik was vulgar and brutal. I was arrested in connection with the discovery of a radio, and on 15 January 1940, I was sentenced by the Radom Sondergericht to two years in prison. I served my sentence in Pińczów. On 15 October 1942, I returned home.

Of the prison staff in Pińczów, Małkowski was abusive towards the prisoners. I don’t recall any other names. In the period when I was serving my sentence in Pińczów, there were some executions. Adamska, Paluszyńska, Dembska and her daughter were shot, Drużbalska [?] And other people whose names I don’t recall. The Gestapo from Kielce carried out the executions.

This is my testimony.