There was an article written in the Flint Journal October 8, 2000.
A forgotten journey, Poles' history marked by cemeteries only by Anwar Faruqi of the Associated Press. I don't know if I can copy it for you a bit at a time (copyright laws and such). I will however write the very last chapter of the article. It may be of interest to some of you.
ALL THAT REMAINS
Occasionally, letters arrive from abroad at the Polish Embassy in Tehran, inquiring about a dead parent or other kin buried in one of the graveyards. The Embassy sends photographs of the cemetery and grave.
The letters come from Britain, New Zealand, the United States, wherever the Polish refugees who passed through Iran settled. Last year a woman who had passed through Iran as a child came to visit her mother's grave.
The dozen or so survivors still living in Iran are not close. They would rather forget the tragedy that binds them. Occasionally they get together for Christmas at the Embassy or at rare reunions.
Once they are gone, the grim cemeteries will remain the only footprints through Iran of the Poles' sad forgotten journey.
There should be no problem, I've given credit to the sources right?
If it's in archives, it will be, The Flint Journal, Flint, Michigan, U.S.A. October 8, 2000. There are two photographs too.
Rita, Ontario, Canada
Yesterday is history. For us it is a mystery.