Z dziejów martyrologii duchowieństwa diecezji chełmińskiej. Wspomnienia księdza Feliksa Windorpskiego z niemieckich obozów koncentracyjnych
From the history of martyrology of the clergy in the Chełmno diocese. Memoirs of the priest Feliks Windorpski from the German concentration camps
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The publication includes the edition of the memoirs of the priest Feliks Windorpski, who administered the parish church of St. Catherine of Alexandria in Osieczek (the Brodnica deanery) and was arrested at the beginning of WWII. He was imprisoned in concentration camps in Dębowa Łąka and Chełmno, and then in Stutthof, Sachsenhausen and Dachau. He was liberated on 29 April 1945. Having stayed in the West after the war for two years, he returned to Poland and became the parish priest of the Church of St. Margaret in Płuznica; next he was the parish priest in the Church of James the Apostle in Torun. He died on 21 September 1985. Priest Feliks Windorpski’s memoirs include information about arrests among priests from the county of Wabrzeżno on 24–25 October 1939; he describes what happened to them later and presents the tragic conditions in which Polish priests were kept in Sachsenhausen and Dachau. The memoirs are preserved in the Diocese Archive in Pelplin.
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