Why don't you write to the Polish Army records office, since it sounds like
as a 19 year-old Bronislaw Winnik joined the Polish Army in France, then
transferred to Scotland.
To obtain war records of a soldier in the Polish Army fighting alongside the
Allies in World War 2, write to the British Army records office.
Send details on your relationship to the soldier in question and the
possible units and dates of service. Write to:
The Ministry of Defense
Army Records Centre, POLISH SECTION
Bourne Avenue Hayes
Middlesex, England UA3 1RF
PHONE +44 208-573-3831
FAX +44 208-569-2751
Good luck and please let me know what you discover.
> From: janette winnik <jintymiginty51@...>
> Date: Tue, 4 Jun 2002 14:50:53 -0700 (PDT)
> To: swisniowski@...
> Subject: Re: re subscription
hello stefen i had written to a site in connection to finding anything out
about how i could find information on my late Father in laws Family ,i can
find nothing on details i have and need a villiage name or more than Lwow as
where he was born ,i cant get this information ,we spell our name as Winnik
,again nothing so i wondered is this wrong spelling ? what i know for
definate is little NAME Bronislaw Winnik Born Lwow 1926 Father Wladimir died
Lwow 1942 ,Mother Rosalija Nebesnaja ? died 1936 Lwow Brother ,Kazimir born
?died Lwow 1939 ,Grandparent s Jakov &Katerina Winnik & victor &Konstantsya
(Struszky ) sspellings probably not correct Wladimir had 2 other known
siblings Machal &Zojo? .Brono left Lwow around 1939 went down to France
joined French army ,probably under age later came to Scotland and stayed
here ,he may have left with cousins as he had 1 in France & 1 in Canada dont
know anything about them ,as far as i know they were Catholic but Brono
didnt have any beleifs in Religion ,really about all i know ,after 3 months
i am in same possion i was i can find nothing ,and due to war wonder if i
ever will ,i would be grateful for any advise on where to go from here
thank you jinty miginty 51 @...