Hi Beata! I am also fortunate to own a copy of the 200 page JSK book you mentioned. It is referenced atMessage 1 of 37 , Jan 11, 2012View SourceHi Beata!
I am also fortunate to own a copy of the 200 page JSK book you mentioned. It is referenced athttp://books.google.com.au/books/about/Ksi%C4%99ga_Pami%C4%85tkowa_Junackiej_Szko%C5%82y_Ka.html?id=FjmnAAAACAAJ&redir_esc=yThere are actually two directories published by the Zwiazek Junackiej Szkoly Kadetow (Junak Cadet School Association).1. "Album Junackiej Szkoly Kadetow 1942-1948" (London 1972) - more of a military and educational view of the JSK;2. "Ksiega Pamiatkowa Junackiej Szkoly Kadetow 1942-1948" (London 2000) - more of a personal recount of the cadets' experiences.Due to their different natures, the second is described as the completion of the first.I have attached the searchable PDF list of students taken from the second book. It is possible that copies may still be in the office of the JSK Association at POSK in London, but I have heard that the Association may be closing down in May this year, so act fast.As for the initial album, if ANYONE has a copy, please let us know!Regards,Stefan Wisniowski-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [Kresy-Siberia] JSK
From: "beah" <bhanks@...>
Date: Wed, January 11, 2012 6:20 am
Dear AllSometime ago, I looked through a book on this site (I think) containing names and photographs of Cadets, some of whom I knew personally as members of the Polish Community here in Melton Mowbray UKHelp! does anyone know where I can find this book again? Have searched through the various albums etc., but cannot find it.One of my friends is the son of Stanisław Zakościelny who was one of the cadets and I would like to be able to show him a picture of his father and also to bookmark for future reference.With many thanks in anticipation,RegardsBeata HanksOs. Jagiellonów, Łuck, Wolyń;Os. Stefanówka , Zdolbice, Zdolbónów, Wolyń;Palestine; RAF Faldingworth UK; RAF Newton UK;Melton Mowbray UK.
Antony, Stefan and Eve prompted by my own curiosity to find other family members who were also too young to fight at Monthe Cassino but earnest Junacy and notMessage 37 of 37 , Jan 12, 2012View SourceAntony, Stefan and Eve prompted by my own curiosity to find other family members who were also too young to fight at Monthe Cassino but earnest Junacy and not on Stefan list I found out initially there were just 1200 cadets/Junacy but the numbers quickly rose past 5000 in Szkoly Junakow and Oboz Junaczek/female Junaki.
History and explanations (could not find an English satisfactory explantion);
Loads of pictures and locations of schools; Also in Polish but surely could be translated to English by those who are interested.
Would love to see all of those surnames listed on our KS available to us.
Pozdrawiam milutko Krystyna Styrna, Toronto
--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "antoni530" <ASKAZIMIERSKI@...> wrote:
> the list of 1275 persons is KADECI only. Junackie szkoly Mechaniczne, Lotnicze and Mlodsze Ochotniczki and others are not included. This list is as Stefan sent on in the attachment 1 to his last mail.
> It does not include any KADETY who were at varioud Brigade and Divisional heaquarters and were training to be officers by practical means; in other words 'in the field', so to speak, and were called 'kadet'.There was a school in Rome, I believe.
> PS Who are you looking for? and I'll have a look.
> --- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "eve5j" <Eve5J@> wrote:
> > Hi Antoni,
> > Do these books contain Kadets only? Remember a few years ago we wrote privately on this subject? If these books also contain the junaki, all are not listed.
> > Regards,
> > Eve
> > --- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "antoni530" <ASKAZIMIERSKI@> wrote:
> > >
> > > Stefan,
> > >
> > > as you mentioned and posted a list of Kadets in the two books. There is a third book as well with more names of Kadets from before the war of 1939.
> > > All members were invited to add their 'zyciorysy' to be entered into the Annex and all was published as 'KSIEGA PAMIECI KADETOW II RZECZYPOSPOLITEJ as an Aneks in Warsaw in 2006 at ISBN 978-83-7399-212-2. I assume it is available t purchase.
> > > This book has all the names of all kadets in the Middle East just as your list of 1942/3. It is in hard cover.
> > > antoni530