Testimony of Antoni Szulc on
Summarized by Jan-Ruth Mills
Antoni Szulc, a Polish 32 year-old treasury official, lived in
Salzburg DP Camp 10 (184). In Gusen I from
He recalls Schuettauf, called General Bauch or General Belly by prisoners, in relation to the chain of guards (184). An SS guard stationed at Lungitz (186) named Patalas whom he knew before the war in Gaynia [or Goynia The word is almost unreadable in the copy] told Szulc that Schuettauf would tell all guards new to Gusen that all prisoners were criminals and most were under a death sentence. The prisoners, Schuettauf told the guards, were extremely dangerous and should have been shot, but under Hitler’s orders were brought to Gusen to be worked to death (185-186).
One evening around in July or August 1944 Szulc was returning from Lungitz where he worked in the “messerchmitts” [sic] stores. The car in which he was riding stopped in front of the Jourhaus and he saw an American pilot with a bandaged head standing among several SS, including Schuettauf. Schuettauf beat the pilot and called him an “American dog” among other things, before the pilot was taken away out of Szulc’s site. Later a Polish medical student named Filipiak told him the pilot was dead (187).
Szulc recalls seeing Heisig involved in bathing to death (187).
recalls Jungjohann at the stone quarry, always looking in the window of the
hall. Since prisoners were not supposed to cook potatoes, they kept the door
closed with a hook, but one day Jungjohann knocked on the door. When Szulc opened the door, Jungjohann struck him in the face
causing him to fall to the ground and then kicked the stove so the roasting
potatoes would fall out. When a gypsy [sic] by the name of Toni admit
P-8 and P8-A are admit
Exhibit P-9, the interrogation and translation into English of Polish prisoner Miecyslaw Jaroszewicz (190)
the prosecution explains that they did not seek to call Jaroszewicz
as a witness because the number of witnesses they could call was limi
Exhibit P-10 and P-10A German testimony and English translation of Heinrich Glowacki (193).
Exhibit P-11 Interrogation of Heinrich Glowacki and translation (195).
Exhibit P-12 and P-12A Testimony of Ludwig Neumeier, a German national (197). Later withdrawn (198).
P-13 and P-13A, testimony of Dusan Teodoronic is admit
Tony Szulc testifies that he first met Tandler in August 1944
when Tandler was demo
III Tandler was in charge of the detail which worked in the Messerscmhitt
factory depot in a former brick factory (204). The demotion was a result of
Tandler’s order to the capos to stop beating the young Russians. As a result
Szulc also heard of Tandler being called “Grandfather” by the young Russians (202), although he never witnessed the treatment of the young Russians directly he does remember them singing as they left camp (203).