From January 1943, Natalia Abram of Radomsko (Łódzkie Voivodeship) hid a Jewish family who had escaped from the local ghetto. For this help, in May 1943, the woman was arrested and sentenced to death. Eventually, the sentence was commuted to five years in a prison in Brzeg. The reason for the conversion was that Natalia’s family had been registered on the Volksliste from the beginning of the occupation.