They are at Hoover because they were part of the Wladyslaw Anders
Collection. I wrote were because I don't know if the Anders Collection
is still a separate collection or if it has now become part of a larger
collection. Hoover has sent copies of all to an archive in Warsaw.
Sorry, I don't remember which one.
I think you forgot to sign your post, Frank???
--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "fpleszak" <frank@...> wrote:
> Hopefully, not a silly question but why are the testimonies by those
> released from Russia held at the Hoover Institute in America when the
> 2Korpus was attached to the British army for most of the war.