– the daily ration of bread for one prisoner in the Radogoszcz prison.
the number of wardens of the prison during its operation.They were SS-Obersturmführer Robert Ehlers (from January 1940 to July 1, 1940) and Revierleutnant Walter Pelzhausen (from July 1, 1940 to January 18, 1945).
the number of guard towers in the prison.Each had a machine gun and a searchlight.Guards in the towers were obligated to shoot any prisoner attempting to escape or just looking out of the window.
the number of people who survived the liquidation of the prison (January 17/18, 1945).
the number of guards serving in the Radogoszcz prison on July 1, 1940. As the German army suffered more and more defeats on the war fronts, this number gradually dropped, at the end of the war reaching 50 people.
the number of members of different German units who took part in the liquidation of the prison on the night of January 17, 1945.
an average number of prisoners staying in one prison room in 1944.
120 - 130
120 – 130
the number of people that could stay in the sick ward at a time.
an estimate and approximate number of people murdered during the liquidation of the prison (January 17/18, 1945).
the total number of people detained in the Radogoszcz prison during its operation (1940-1945).