Report dated 12 March 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||Kazimiera Chojnacka, née Olszewska|
|Age||6 December 1891|
|Religious affiliation||Roman Catholic|
|Place of residence||Bydgoszcz, Jagiellońska Street 64|
Mr. and Mrs. Polanowicz, the parents of my charge, Maria Teresa Polanowicz (born on 15 June 1933 in Warsaw), lived in the Warsaw Ghetto at Okopowa Street (I don’t know their names or dates of birth). Mr. and Mrs. Polanowicz went missing during the fighting between German troops and the residents of the Ghetto, which took place in 1942.
Their daughter, the above-mentioned Maria, was in Okuniew near Warsaw at the time and thus managed to survive.