Stanisław Górecki 1914 - 1945 Edit
Born 15.9.1914 in Młynek
Died 18.4.1945 in Mauthausen
Stanisław Górecki was born in a small village called Młynek, situated not far from Gidle (close to Czestochowa, Poland). He lived in a village called Sciegny, close to Kamiensk, in the Lodz county. He was a soldier in the Home Army (Armia Krajowa) and participated in many operations organised by the Home Army against the German occupants.
Corporal Stanisław Górecki aka Goral was captured (possibly in autumn 1943 or on May 11th, 1944 – depending on the sources) by the Gestapo for his conspiracy operations and affiliation with the Home Army, among others a conspiracy action on a railway station in a village called Blok Gorzedowski, which took place in the night of August 31st to September 1st, 1943. Initially imprisoned on Wojska Polskiego street in Piotrkow Trybunalski. On May 21st, 1944, he was relocated to the Gross-Rosen Concentraion Camp, Rogoznica, and on February 15th, 1945, to Mauthausen Concentration Camp in Austria. He was murdered on April 18th, 1945, at 16:10.
Stanisław Górecki, grandson