I am very happy to put them on the site. I can separate the one of the camp from the photos of my grandmother, if that helps. Pan Kazimierski has been ofMessage 1 of 1 , Nov 3, 2006View Source
I am very happy to put them on the site. I can separate the one of the camp from the photos of my grandmother, if that helps.
Pan Kazimierski has been of enormous help to me in translating some old documents belonging to my grandmother which concern incidents which occurred during her time in the camp in Semipalatinsk.
There are names on these of other people. If anyone has any knowledge of these people I would be very grateful if you know where they or their descendants might be:
- Boguslawa Kwiatkowska (or her sons Stanislaw and Jan): in Semipalatinsk in April 1942
- P Wanicki: Tockoje October 1942
- Professor W Borowicz: Lwow 1940
I also have many photos from her time in Palestine and England in the ATS, mostly of women in the ATS quite a few with names on the back. If anyone is interested I am happy to scan and send them.