I've just uploaded a couple of scans into the photo section (presume it will be approved shortly). The one document is a Russian Amnesty for my Grandfather Jozef Koziol who was arrested as an Osadnik even though he wasn't. A case of simple jealously by neighbours so he said. Even on the memorial site, he's listed as a Belarussian.
There's also a scan of his younger brother's, Konstanty, ankieta or account of what happened when the Russian came and held "elections". This one is worth a read.
My grandfather Jozef was one of 10 (or 11) brothers and sisters. With another brother and two sisters, they bought the Majatek of Krasiewicze and Konstanty lived with them. They were all deported.
He had another brother, Ignacy, who, in an account on the Stankiewicz web-site, along with his whole family, was arrested by the "Black Belarussian Police and the SS", driven to a forest just outside Baranowicze and murdered by the Germans in a ditch at the side of the road. Two weeks after my granfather Jozef was deported, his neice was murdered by the Russians. It appears the Germans also murdered another brother Michal and his children (although I have yet to confirm they were shot together).
The reason I've detailed this a little is that I for one presumed that my grandad and some brothers and sisters were deported and some remained. It is only now that I actually have a picture of what happened.
The Russians came and it appears that my great grandmother and Konstanty went to some relatives near Pinsk. A "census" or "list" was drawn up and they were assigned to the Pinsk address.
The Russians banned the teaching of Polish and its history, removed maps, removed the local government and replaced it with one of their own. Life was difficult, but little changed.
The on 10th February 1940, the Russians came knocking on the door with their list and when asked "where are we being taken" only told my family "I would pack some warm clothes if I were you"
Having then to be packed onto cattle trains for Arkhangelsk, they left faimily behind. Within a couple of weeks, the Russians and/or the Belarussians began killing some of the family.
The Germans then arrive a while later and begin rounding up Jews and anyone else who were potential threats and murdered them in typical fashion just at the time when the Russians generously give an amnesty to my granddad who then begins his 7 year journey to England.
...only to discover that they were the lucky ones !