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|
|Parents’ names||Stanisław and Zuzanna|
|Place of residence||Waryńskiego Street 14, Radom|
|Occupation||employment official in the Kielce province|
|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.