The issue of the Radogoszcz massacre, the funeral of its victims, and the steps taken by the families of the murdered and representatives of the judiciary to establish the truth about the fate of Radogoszcz prisoners dominated the first pages of Łódź newspapers published in the city from the end of January 1945. Over the following months and years, the press regularly reminded of the tragedy that had occurred in the Nazi prison, covered the investigation into and the trials over the Radogoszcz crimes, and commemorated the place and the people who had died there. Unlike court files and official documents of the investigation, press articles not only quote facts but also describe emotions accompanying them. Apart from reliable information, they include sensational gossip. They allow us to see the events through the eyes of the readers of the time.