12 October 1946

I hereby testify that school no. 114 was on Stojanowska Street and that in 1939/40 there were executions of Poles there. There was a German police presidium in the school, too. The youth of Targówek were simply afraid of passing by, because one could hear machine gun shots there every morning.

There was a wooden annex next to the school, where most of the executions of Poles took place. Some Polish people lived in the school grounds.


Hodowlana Street 8/2

Signed by a friend of the named citizen,
in his presence, after reading the letter
out to him. Signature legible.