"They make me under arrest and bring me to the Gestapo prison in Warsaw."
Pawiak Prison, Poland
Public DomainPawiak Prison, Poland - Credit: Meteor2017

Pawiak Prison in Warsaw was built in the 1800s, and became Poland's main male prison once the nation achieved independence. In 1939 the prison became the headquarters of the Gestapo, and the prison was much feared throughout the war years. An estimated 37,000 people were executed, and at least 60,000 people were deported to concentration camps from here during the "cleansing" of Poland. 

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The Pawiak Prison in Warsaw