Consul of the Republic of Poland in Lipsk, Feliks Chiczewski, was one of the finest members of diplomatic staff in Third Reich. He managed to establish contacts with some of the representatives of antifascist opposition. In 1938 he rescued Jews by giving them shelter in the consulate. He was also interested in how did Hitler’s regime saw Lusatian Sorbs. The proof of that interest may be a document sent to the Consulate’s Department of External Affairs in which he mentions that SS–Gruppenführera Jung from Berlin undermined the credibility of Lusatian Sorbs. He also addressed the case of Sudeten Germans in Czechoslovakia.