Testimony 301-6046; Jewish Historical Institute Archives
- after the war
Information about the operations of the Polish Windyga factory (combustion engines) in the ghetto. Interesting details concerning gate leading from the factory directly to the 'Aryan side'. 3 pages of longhand
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an owner of the factory in the ghetto at Walicow Street No. 16, he employed only Poles. He died in Warsaw in 1964
he had ink factory in the ghetto
Author of testimony 301-6046; representative of T. Windyg's company in the ghetto, Walicow Street No. 16, because of...
A caretaker of a Polish factory in the ghetto- T. Windyga's Internal-Combustion Engines Factory, Walicow Street No....
In ghetto, together with Konrad, he had a factory of beds at Grzybowska Street.
- Windyga Teodor