The woman who gave her testimony to the police, was raped by four men.
However, there were no such instructions, or any instructions whatsoever about the Poles.
According to Ostrowska and Zaremba, Polish women taken to Germany for slave labour were raped on a large scale by Soviet soldiers as well as former prisoners of war.
Rape during the Soviet occupation of Poland
In Drabkin wrote for Sovetskoe slovo Soviet Word , the Russian-language paper of the Soviet occupation zone.
Description: Drabkin suggested in a interview that it was "not the soldiers who caused most of the problems with rape in the occupation administration, but former Soviet POWs and Soviet citizens working for SVAG , who often wore uniforms" which looked the same.