UNKNOWN DOCUMENTS FROM THE LOMZA ARCHIVES.
Excerpts (quotes from the depositions found in Lomza):
Mojzesz K., 39: "In 1942 the Germans herded all the Jews from the town of Jedwabne into a barn and set it on fire, so that nobody survived. I was not present there but one Motek Kilingros managed to run away from Jedwabne and thus escaped from being herded into the barn; later on, he was with me in the Lomza ghetto, and he told me (...)"
Chaim S., 30: "The Germans burned the Piekarewiczs in August, I don't remember the year..."
Eljasz G., 23: "[...] the Gradowskis [Grondowski] were burned by the Germans in 1941 [...]"
Rywka F., 38: "[...] the Piekarskis were deported by the Germans when they were liquidating Jews and they still haven't come back [...]"
Piotr M., 65: "[...] Mr. Piekarski with his wife Golda were burned by the Germans [...]"
Jozefa M., 60: "[...] the Germans burned the Piekarskis [...]"