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05-07-2010

01-11-2008

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2006 - 2009

Collections of the Institute of National Remembrance
(
Instytut Pamięci Narodowej - IPN)

http://www.ipn.gov.pl/

http://straty.pl

02-536 Warszawa, ul. Narbutta 27a,
tel. 022 646-47-20
e-mail: straty@fpnp.pl
 

The Program “Human losses and victims of repressions under German occupation” was initiated by the IPN and the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. It was accepted that the useful methodology for its execution was that of the “Index of the Repressed” (personal documentation of the persons repressed under the Soviet occupation), which has been carried out for approximately twenty years by the KARTA Center.

After a public competition for the executor of this program, the Foundation of the KARTA Center was selected on November 15, 2006..

Information (Data) Base

The data base is being created by all institutions and partnership organizations and it collects information about all Polish citizens, who were repressed under German occupation during World War II.

The program documents victims of repressions according to the main cathegories which are subdivided into smaller sub-cathegories:

  1. Military victims
  2. Forced laborers
  3. Victims of military activities
  4. Victims of occupation
  5. Arrested and jailed
  6. Inmates of German Concentration Camps
  7. Victims of Holocaust
  8. Victims of Annihilation of Gypsies
  9. Victims of Ukrainian-Polish conflict
  10. Others

 

 

 records: 8

 

Last name

First name

second name

Date of birth

Date of death

Source of information

WAJSZCZUK

HENRYKA

-

1933-10-22

-

UDSKIOR

WAJSZCZUK

JANINA

HELENA

1925-02-18

-

UDSKIOR

WAJSZCZUK

JANUSZ

ZDZISŁAW

1940-07-06

-

UDSKIOR

WAJSZCZUK

LUDWIK

-

1925-08-25

-

UDSKIOR

WAJSZCZUK

WANDA

-

1925-08-28

-

UDSKIOR

WAJSZCZUK

WITOLD

-

1933-01-25

-

UDSKIOR

WAJSZCZUK

ŁUCJAN

 -

1916-12-27

-

Flossenburg*

 

WAJSZCZUK

JAN

 -

1921-11-13 

26-02-2001 

 UDSKIOR

* http://www.gedenkstaette-flossenbuerg.de

Information about this data collection was sent to us by Mr Krzysztof Sprzączak from Mińsk Mazowiecki


2009 - 2011

Foundation for Polish-German Reconciliation
(Fundacja „Polsko-Niemieckie Pojednanie")
ul. Krucza 36, 00-921 Warszawa.
http://www.fpnp.pl

e-mail: straty@fpnp.pl

Expert Commision, after careful consideration of the submitted proposals, on January 28, 2009 decided to accept the proposal to continue this task submitted by the Fundacja „Polsko-Niemieckie Pojednanie”.

Persons identified after January 2009 are listed below - ( http://www.straty.pl/index.php/pl/szukaj-w-bazie).
 

Last name First name Date of birth Father's name Mother's name Date of death
Wajszczuk
Stanislaus/
Stanisław

 

1916-01-16  Żakowola
Andreas/
Andrzej

       

          ?

For more details – see polish version: http://www.wajszczuk.v.pl/polski/drzewo/tekst/straty.htm

Additional Information

- gathered from direct contacts and archive materials of the IPN (Institute for National Remembrance) -[UdSKiOR - Office for the Affairs of the Combatants and of the Repressed Persons], obtained by Władysław Sobecki.

  1. Henryka, nee Magryta, born in 1922, village of Wysokie (#0278) – expelled by Germans in 1941, currently lives in Wysokie.
  2. Janina Helena, nee Trzaska, born in 1925 in Warsaw (#1076) – deported with her mother to Germany in 1944, after the fall of the Warsaw Uprising (her father was shot at that time), returned in 1945, currently lives in Warsaw (see)
  3. Janusz Zdzisław, born in 1940, village of Wysokie (#0296) – expelled by Germans in 1941, currently lives in Sitno.
  4. Ludwik, (UdSKiOR - #P0902004524), born in 1925 in Kupientyn, lived in Hajnówka (#1689) – sent in 1941 for forced labour to Germany (Kassel, Mucke Bezirk, IX.1941 - III.1945), returned to Hajnówka. Died – 22.II.1999. (see)
  5. Wanda, (UdSKiOR - #P-0002114931/1), born in 1925 in Hajnówka, lived in Hajnówka (#1689) – sent in 1942 for forced labour to East Prussia (Steinhagen?, Kreis Goldap, Bauer [farmer] - Otto Szurowski), IX.1942 - XI.1944; transferred by the German Army to dig trenches, XI.1944 - II.1945; after liberation by the Soviet Army, employed on a farm administered by the Russians, returned to Hajnówka - XII.1945.  Died – 25.III.2004. (see)
  6. Witold, (UdSKiOR, #K-1180269) - born in 1933, village of Wysokie, (#1080), expelled by Germans in 1941, sent to a transit camp then transferred with his family for forced labour on a farm taken over by a German settler - until July 1944, (his father was arrested and perished in 1942 in the Auschwitz Concentration Camp). Returned to Wysokie. Died – 14.XI.2006. (see)
  7. Lucjan, born in Sitaniec, (#0377) – arrested in 1942 and incarcerated in the Lublin Castle, Majdanek, Gross Rosen and other concentration camps, after the war emigrated to Canada. Died in Canada in 1990 r. (see) (link - http://www.wajszczuk.v.pl/z/zamek/0377lucjan_dok_front.jpg i http://www.wajszczuk.v.pl/z/zamek/0377lucjan_dok_back.jpg
  8. Jan, (UdSKiOR, #W-95997) - born in 1921, village of Wysokie, (#1076), expelled by Germans in 1941(?), sent to a transit camp, arrested while there, after release kept in the area as a farm laborer. After liberation, from IX. 1944 until IX.1946, served in the Polish Army, married in Warsaw - 1.I.1947. Died - 26.II.2001. (see)
  9. Stanisław, - born in 1916, village of Żakowola (#0015), soldier in September 1939, captured by Germans (POW) on 3.IX.1939, kept in Stalag IIA, POW #7956, released - 18.IX.1940, afterwards his fate is not known. (see)

German crimes in Poland (1939–1945)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_War_II_crimes_in_Poland


Post-war estimates of the Bureau for War Reparations
at the Council of Ministers – 1947
 

Died during German occupation - (1939-1945) - 6 028 000 of polish citizens.
644 000 resulting from war activities – 123 000 soldiers, 521 000 civilians.
5 384 000 – victims of terror of the German occupants.

863 000 – survived the German concentration camps
590 000 – with permanent disability
1 140 000 – with chronic diseases (primarily tuberculosis)

Kidnapping, germanization and extermination of polish children – 200 000
Retrieved after the war – 10-15%, i.e. 30 000
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kidnapping_of_Polish_children_by_Nazi_Germany

Mandatory expulsions - 2 478 000 –
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expulsion_of_Poles_by_Germany

Forced labor in Germany - 2 460 000 -
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forced_labor_in_Nazi_Germany

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=%C5%81apanka&oldid=283741762

National property losses – 38% of wealth from before 1939
Property losses in Warsaw – 85% of the municipal properties


Prepared by: Waldemar J Wajszczuk & Paweł Stefaniuk 2010
e-mail: waldemar@wajszczuk.v.pl