– You did not deliver the milk, you have to pay a penalty,” said the policeman to Cyril Brynkus, a farmer from Spytkowice near Rabka. All of a sudden something moved in the corner of Brynkus’ cottage. The Germans became interested in the strange commotion. It turned out that a Jew, who had owned a bakery in Zakopane before the war, was hiding in the man’s house. The Germans immediately arrested the Jew and took Cyril in for interrogation. He was imprisoned in Zakopane for some time, then transferred to a labour camp in Płaszów, and finally to the Montelupich prison in Kraków. On 28 May 1944 he was executed.