Archive of the victims of the Nazi and the Communist terror in Kraków 1939–1956

First name: Feliks

Last name: Biernacik

Nom de guerre: Czarny

Organization: Armia Krajowa (AK)

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  • Arrested in: 5.1944
  • Date of birth: 1927
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Biographical entry

Feliks Biernacik, nom de guerre “Czarny” [Black], b. 1927 in Kraków, soldier of the Home Army (Armia Krajowa AK). Feliks Biernacik was electrician by trade. Sworn in as a soldier of the Home Army (Armia Krajowa, AK) in April 1943, he was arrested by Germans for his underground activity in May 1945 and detained at the prison on Montelupich St. Biernacik was interrogated at the seat of the Gestapo at 2 Pomorska St. Deported to the Gross-Rosen concentration camp (Konzentrationslager, KL) in 1944, he was later transferred to the KL Mauthausen, the KL Mittelbau-Dora and the KL Ravensbrück. He was evacuated to Leipzig in April 1945 and stayed there until the liberation. Biernacik lived in Kraków after the war.