I had not recalled seeing this link in here yet.
Many Polish Boys were named Dariusz: A chapter of forgotten History
"Exhausted by hard labor, disease and starvation - barely
recognizable as human beings - we disembarked at the port of Pahlavi
(Anzali), on the Caspian shore of Northern Iran. There, we knelt down
together in our thousands along the sandy shoreline to kiss the soil
of Persia. We had escaped Siberia, and were free at last. We had
reached our longed-for "Promised Land"."
In Tehran's Dulab cemetery, situated in a rundown area of the city,
are the graves of thousands of Polish men, women and children. It is
not the only such cemetery in Iran, but it is the largest and most
well-known. All of the gravestones, row upon row of them, bear the
same date: 1942.
Use link for the site.