Postcard sent by Władysław Thieberg from the forced labor camp in Kłomnice to his neighbors from Oświęcim, Wiktor and Hela Ledwoń, 1941. Loan of Władysław Zabrzeński. The card reads: Dear Wiktor and Hela! [...] I am terribly sorry that you had to leave Niwa. I guess all our common friends have left Babice by now, but what can you do? How are your boys? I am not bad, in general. I am afraid I may not return to Niwa, so I am curious what happened to my belongings. Now I wish I had taken some of them along, especially the bed linen and underwear. Truly yours, Władysław.