– He escaped, one of them escaped – a German military policeman was storming. His companions were also nervously shouting: one Jew escaped from under the gun. – So we’ll take it back on the Poles – suggestion was made. Shoot those who wanted to hide those Jewish boars from us – ordered the commander of the military policeman and spat on the ground. No further encouragement was needed. On that day, June 3, 1943, apart from the Jews, who had been given a round-up in Książniczki village, the Germans murdered two Polish hosts: Stefan Kaczmarski and Stanislaw Sojka. Their fault was that their farms stand in the way of the escaping Jews.