The English section can be reached at http://www.memo.ru/eng/index.htm Much of it is under construction but the introduction is helpful. It will be great whehMessage 1 of 5 , Dec 31 2:17 PMView SourceThe English section can be reached at
Much of it is under construction but the introduction is helpful. It
will be great wheh the "Gulag" section has been completed.
--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "b.davoust" <b.davoust@f...>
> I just looked at the Russian site. It is in fact the site of theRussian
> human rights group Memorial. In the first section there is a bitin English
> or German but the rest is in Russian.a lot of
> There is a map of the camps (many of them!), and there seems to be
> info of about how data was collected, etc; It seems that theyhave been
> tracing archives right back to the beginning of the early 1920's.Polish, so
> I'm afraid though that I read Russian even more slowly than I do
> I gave up. A few months ago, I did indeed finds lists ofdeportees to
> Russian camps on a site (probably Memorial's),; but most of thenames I
> found (with a short description -- age, nationality) were not ofPoles, but
> most of Lithuanians, Latvians, Russians, etc.
> Barbara Davoust
Thanks Barb This is the site run by Memorial in Moscow, the group that Alexander Gurjanov of the Polish Committee is a part of. For new members, AlexanderMessage 1 of 5 , Jan 1, 2003View Source
Re: [Kresy-Siberia] Gulag site in RussianThanks Barb
This is the site run by Memorial in Moscow, the group that Alexander Gurjanov of the Polish Committee" is a part of. For new members, Alexander has been very helpful in accessing old Soviet NKWD archives on the deported families. (see http://www.aforgottenodyssey.com/mainref.html#r2)
http://www.memo.ru/history/NKVD/GULAG/index.htm This is apparently a
listing of some records from various camps but it is in Russian. I am
attaching it in case anyone reads Russian and wants to have a look and let
us know what is there.