on executions and mass graves

Township: Wola Jachowa
Commune: Górno
District: Kielce
Voivodeship: Kielce

1. Date and place of execution:

September 1942

2. Type of execution:


3. Personal data of the murdered victims:

Poles, Jews, foreigners: Jews

Number of murdered victims: 3

The victims were brought in from: They were marched from the direction of Łagów to Kielce.

Surname, age, occupation, address: no data

4. Is it known what the victims were accused of, whether the execution was carried out in retaliation, etc.?

No data – for pleasure

5. Who carried out the execution?

Gendarmes – gendarme Dunkier from Bieliny Station

6. Are the surnames of the perpetrators known?

Dunkier from Bieliny Station

7. Were the corpses burnt or destroyed in any other way?

8. Where were the corpses buried?

Under the bridge in Wola Jachowa

9. Description of the grave:

The graves are flat, so it is difficult to specify their size. All victims were buried in one grave.

10. Was there an official exhumation? Were the corpses buried officially, and if so, where?


11. Are there any grounds for exhumation in the future?

Yes, as the victims are buried by the river which often overflows its banks in the spring, and therefore the corpses might get washed away.

On 28 September 1945, the contents of the above questionnaire were officially certified by Jan Zielonka, the head of Górno commune, with the Municipal Court in Daleszyce.