Please welcome new member Eugene Krajewski, another author!
Eugene, thank you for your great introduction, which I am passing on to the
group. I have visited your website, and the navigation bar did not like my
Perhaps other members can try your site, and please, readers, buy the book
and give us feedback on it!
> From: "Eugeniusz Krajewski" <e@...>
> Reply-To: <e@...>
> Date: Mon, 2 Sep 2002 13:30:05 +0100
> To: <Kresy-Siberiafirstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: FW: MembershipKresy-Siberiaemail@example.com
> Dear Mr. Wisniowski,
> I have recently been informed of the existence of your Discussion Group
> Kresy-Siberia and would like to join it.
> As requested by you of all prospective members I am pleased to provide
> personal details as set out below:
> Name: Eugeniusz (Eugene) Krajewski
> Resident: England
> Basis of Application: Together with my family I was taken from my bed on the
> infamous date of 10th February 1940 and deported to the Archangel Area of
> the Soviet Union.
> I thoroughly agree with your sentiment that knowledge of Crimes perpetrated
> upon the Polish Nation by Stalin's Soviet Union needs to be disseminated
> amongst the post-War generations throughout the World. Some literature has
> been published on the subject in Polish. This however tends to reach a
> limited circle of readers and tends to "preach to the converted".
> I have recently written a book about my deportation to Siberia, subsequent
> journey to Kazakhstan and then on to Persia, India and finally England. The
> book entitled "Straws in the Wind" is written in English and has been
> released this year by an English publishing house. I invite you to find out
> more about it by looking up a website entitled : www.strawsinthewind.com
> Should you then decide that you would also like to read the book itself I
> enclose full details as where and how copies may be purchased.
> I trust you will agree with me that Straws in the Wind has the potential for
> massively promoting your stated aims of "Research + Remembrance +
> Recognition". I would also suggest you consider another activity. As you
> know, and as I describe in Straws in the Wind, a lot of us managed to escape
> the "Soviet Garden of Eden" by sailing across from Krasnovodsk to Persia.
> Unfortunately many were left behind and became imprisoned in the "Soviet
> Heaven" until recently. These people often live in terrible conditions and
> dream of a return to the Polish Fatherland. It is my view that we the well
> off Polish Diaspora of the West should accept our responsibility in
> providing effective help to those of us that were left behind and Diaspora
> of the Polish East in general.
> I trust you will view my application favourably and give my ideas
> consideration. If you, having read it, agree with me that Straws in the Wind
> can be a good vehicle to achieve the aims of your Group, please pass this on
> to your friends, acquaintances and of course members of the Group.
> Kind Regards,
> Eugene Krajewski
> Biographical Novel New Publication
> STRAWS IN THE WIND
> E. Krajewski
> Cromwell Publishers. Suite 87, 405 Kings Road, Chelsea, London SW10 0BB
> E-mail info@...
> Registration No.
> ISBN 1-903930-02-2
> Date Published
> Retail Price
> Promotional Website
> Internet Suppliers¹ Websites
> The book is now available and can be purchased from all good bookshops,
internet suppliers, direct from Publishers