In Jaworznia on this day, 18 November 1948, at 4.30 p.m., I, officer Henryk Gawlik from the Citizens’ Militia Station in Piekoszów, acting on the basis of Article 20 of the provisions introducing the Code of Criminal Procedure, observing the formal requirements set forward in Articles 240–245, 258 and 259 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, have heard the person named below as a witness. The witness, having been advised of the criminal liability for making false declarations, pursuant to the provisions of Article 107 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, and of the right to refuse testimony for the reasons set forward in Articles 104 and 106 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, stated as follows:

Name and surname Antoni Głaz
Parents’ names Stanisław and Marianna
Date and place of birth 17 January 1920, Zawichost, district of Sandomierz
Religion Roman Catholic
Occupation mine caretaker
Place of residence Jaworznia, commune of Piekoszów, district of Kielce
Relationship to the parties none
Criminal record none
As regards the present case, I am aware of the following facts: I do not remember the day,
but it was in the month of April; I was forcibly taken to join the youth laborers and worked

the entire summer at the camp in Wysiadłów, district of Sandomierz. In the month of November 1942 they took us, some 150 youth laborers, to Jaworznia in the commune of Piekoszów, district of Kielce, to work in the quarry, and it was really in that month that the young laborers’ camp was set up. The average number of youths at the camp was more or less 300, and the camp continued in existence until June 1944. In June 1944 the youth laborers dispersed, everyone running off to their homes, having ceased to fear the Germans, for the partisans had helped their own to break up the camp, as I have already testified.

At this point the report was brought to a close and read out before being signed by the witness.