After their liberation in Mauthausen, Polish prisoners had to fill out a form in June that asked about their plans for the future (“Where does he intend to go?”) and about missing relatives in other countries. It is very likely that these questionnaires were associated with repatriation, meaning return to Poland. In June and, above all, in July 1945, the Polish Committee (Komitet Polski) organized such repatriation for former prisoners of the Mauthausen and Gusen concentration camps. This was not a form distributed by the highest military authorities.