Report dated 27 February 1947 of an interview of a witness – aggrieved party, made on the instruction of the Commission of Inquiry of the Committee for the Investigation of German Crimes in the Pomeranian voivodeship. The witness was advised of the criminal liability for making false declarations.
|Name and surname||Maria Boksza|
|Age||born in 1890|
|Religious affiliation||Roman Catholic|
|Place of residence||Bydgoszcz, Mariacka Street 2|
|Relationship to the victim||wife|
On 5 July 1942, my husband was arrested by the Gestapo at Bracka Street in Warsaw together with about 50 other Poles, all members of the "Pani" Club. Among those arrested there were two brothers by the name of Baczyński and Rogodziński, an industrialist. They were all taken to Pawiak prison. Due to overcrowding, on 17 July 1942 the prisoners were sent to Auschwitz concentration camp. On 27 August, my husband died in the said camp. According to the daughter of Janina Galinowska from Warsaw (Nowogrodzka Street 7) and citizen Olga Sołłohubowa, residing in Bydgoszcz (Mariacka Street 2), these two women saw the notification about my husband’s death in the concentration camp.