Excerpts from the monograph: "Losy Ziemi Kakolewnickiej" (The Fates of the Kakolewnica Lands) - by Jan Trokowicz, Gdansk-Zakowola Stara 1995
34. Laying the groundwork - re. Franciszek Wajszczuk (0003)
After regaining the freedom....(in the year 1918)
....energetic "Kolka Rolnicze" - "(Rural) Agricultural Circles (Groups)" - local self-education and asistance organizations" - existed in Kakolewnica, Wygnance, Lipniaki, Zosinow, Polskowola, Zakowola. In the latter one, distinguished themselves: Franciszek Wajszczuk, Jan and Jozef Rarak, Jozef and Waclaw Karasiuk, Jan Osak, Jozef Zielinski, Aleksander Chromik, Michal Stolarski, Wawrzyniec Pietruszka, Aleksander and Jan Zajac, Jozef Nozka.
57. Underground Resistance - re. Franciszek Wajszczuk (0003)
....The population was aware of the existence of the underground organizations....Many armed actions were conducted in Kakolewnica and vicinity. The majority of them were carried out by the "Armia Krajowa" (AK - Home Army) and "Bataliony Chlopskie" (Peasant Battalions). Sometimes separately, other times together, since the members of both organizations were frequently school- mates or neighbours....
....Some of the most spectacular forms of resistance fighting included shooting at (from an ambush), stopping and destroying German cars driving on the road Radzyn - Miedzyrzec. The most frequent ambushes were set in the woods approaching Zakowola Radzynska and in the forest past Grabowiec. Three well detailed observation reports prepared by Franciszek Wajszczuk and Jozef Adamowicz from Zakowola Radzynska were used to carry them out. Together with their friends they were continuously observing important communication points. A memorable action was carried out near Zakowola by a detachment of the AK under the command of Bronislaw Pawlina "Grom" (pseudonym "Lightning"). The intelligence reported the expected arrival of the German high officials. The ambush was successful. The car, which was trying to escape, was targeted and several passengers were killed. Because of the recurrent events, the Germans started cutting down the trees along the roads. It did not help much. The German strength weakened....