On [the exact day is missing] December 1945 in Radom, Kazimierz Borys, Investigating Judge from the Second District of the District Court in Radom, based in Radom, interviewed the person named below as an unsworn witness. Having been advised of the criminal liability for making false declarations and of the provisions of Article 107 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, the witness testified as follows:

Name and surname Janina Dąbrówka
Age 23 years old
Names of parents Władysław and Maria
Place of residence Radom, Główna Street 26
Occupation laborer at the Arms Factory in Radom
Religious affiliation Roman Catholic
Criminal record none
Relationship to the parties none

On 14 October 1942, my husband, Stanisław Dąbrówka, born on 16 May 1919, was executed by the Germans on gallows near the Arms Factory in Radom. At that time he was working as a locksmith at the factory in question.

I don’t know why he was arrested and why he was executed. I was at the execution site after he had been killed and I saw his body hanging from the gallows. I didn’t recognize anyone else. The bodies were left hanging until 5.00 p.m. I don’t know where they were buried. According to some rumors, they were taken to Firleje and burned.

I didn’t see the noticeboard near the gallows and, consequently, I don’t know what information it contained.

On 12 October 1942, my husband’s sister Janina Szlajermacher, née Dąbrówka, was hanged in Rożki.

Having been shown photographs of the people hanged in Radom and Rożki, the witness testified as follows:

I recognize my husband among those who were hanged near the Arms Factory. He is seventh from the right or ninth from the left. I can’t recognize my sister-in-law because, unlike in the case of my husband, I didn’t see her on the gallows.

The report was read out.