OK, as Polish soldiers who stationed in Scotland during WW II said the people from there had been nice for them, I translated the text
Max Henze was a police commander in Bydgoszcz (Bromberg) during the occupation. He aimed at cleaning Pomerania of Polish population. He rated the actions of executing the Poles as too slow, so he ordered to quicken them.
Jakob Lölgen the charged by the German court participant of those executions said:"We were rushed and told the number of the executed in September is too low and we were ordered to multiply our efforts. Therefore I made up the false reports to satisfy my superiors and gave twice bigger number of the executed".
The German court did not believe those explanations, but freed the charged of the responsibility due to alleged state of the higher necessity, not to punished by his superiors due to disobeying the orders.
Max Henze has been judged and sentenced to death by Polish court and has been executed.
In Autumn 1939 he delivered a speech to German policemen and members of the Selbsschutz: "We became here to make order with Polish subhumans. We'll pull them out from the burrows and we'll eliminate them".
This speech has been printed by the German newspaper, which was shown him by public prosecutor. He explained that the press had wrested his words.
[My comment: IPN (Instytut Pamiêci Narodowej) is a very reliable source].